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CollectionsYour library (202), To read (2), All collections (202)


Tagsfantasy (125), YA (54), childlit (40), children's (27), childrens (26), alternate history (20), humour (17), classic (14), historical fiction (13), science fiction (8) — see all tags

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Member sinceMar 5, 2006

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I didn't think you were ignoring me; I don't log in that often!

I recognize you from LiveJournal and I notice that we have some books in common. :)


I really did glance through your library for ideas for my next book-buying splurge and ended up getting Cleopatra's Heir. Then, like a good Library Thing nerd, I ran to the computer and added it to my "library" before even cracking the cover!
Hello Lady Shrapnell!

We only share 10 books, but your "name" caught my eye because I recognized it from Bishop's Bird Stump fame. Clearly we both like Connie Willis, Lois McMaster Bujold, and Diana Wynne Jones. I just thought I would say hello and tell you I got the reference for it! Your library is very interesting and it might give me some ideas of new authors to try.
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