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CollectionsYour library (1,720), Read but unowned (156), Non-Print (4), On Loan (4), Collection D (92), No Longer Owned (23), All collections (1,895)

Reviews315 reviews

Tags@LTLowQualityCover (592), @work (167), @rescan_cover (144), LT Haiku (138), unique LT review (133), graphic novel (121), ULTB (108), gift (80), legal research (78), SFBC (78) — see all tags

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About meSee my reading timeline offsite. You can also see what I've read on LibraryThing: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007.

I also wrote the LibraryThingSelect Firefox extension.

Early Reviewer program: May 2008: No; Nov 2008: Yes; Jun 2009: No;
Sept 2009: No; Feb 2010: No; Mar 2010: No; Apr 2010: No;
Sept 2010: No; Nov 2010: No; Feb 2011: No; Apr 2011: Yes;
Aug 2011: No; Sept 2011: No; Oct 2011: Yes; Nov 2011: Yes;
Dec 2011: Yes; Jan 2012: No; May 2012: Yes; Jun 2012: Yes;
Jul 2012: Yes; June 2013: Yes; Feb 2014: Yes; Mar 2014: Yes;
Apr 2014: Yes; May 2014: Yes; June 2014: Yes



What Kind of Reader Are You?
Obsessive-Compulsive Bookworm
"You're probably in the final stages of a Ph.D. or otherwise finding a way to make your living out of reading. You are one of the literati. Other people's grammatical mistakes make you insane."

About my libraryThe "My Library" collection shows only books I own, whether at home or at work (@work). I'm slowly adding to the "read but unowned" collection.

Covers: 100% Amazon free. All of my books have the correct cover, but some are in a smaller resolution and will need to be rescanned.

As of June 2014, I have 105 unique LT books and I have 114 unique LT reviews. I have written 118 LT haikus.

If you have questions about my library (including potential data errors), please let me know.

GroupsAll Things New England, Arr, me hearties!, Board for Extreme Thing Advances, Bug Collectors, Catholic Tradition, Chess, Cryptic Crosswords, Hacking LibraryThing, HamRadio, Hockeyshow all groups

Favorite authorsKage Baker, Rick Riordan, Charles M. Schulz, Allen Steele, Neal Stephenson (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites

Favorite librariesAppalachian School of Law Library

Favorite publishersMcFarland, O'Reilly Media

Homepagehttp://www.legallypuzzled.com/

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LocationGrundy, VA

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Member sinceSep 5, 2006

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Thanks for the advice, LP; I think the best solution is for us to make our wishlist private.

HertfordLC
Oh my gosh, really? That would save me SOOO much time because then I can just tag what level range they fall into and not have to note the overall level of each book. I really, really appreciate this. My online library is an extension of my classroom library and I try to keep everything as organized as possible. This year, my students will be creating their own online reviews here for extra credit. Hopefully that works out!
The lexile does not come up immediately when students click on the books in my library and I need them to see it for leveling purposes throughout the school year. Once I put it in the "review" section, it comes up easily. Sorry that this is inconvenient for others, but it is necessary for me and you can look at other people's reviews.
Thank you for your suggestion! We are new to Library Thing and are grateful for any tips.
Great! Thanks!
Thank you so much for taking the time to make me aware of this. That was definitely NOT our intent. I made changes so hopefully that is no longer accessible to the public. Thanks!
Thank you for letting me know about your addition of a cover!
Thanks for pointing that out! Not sure how that happened.
Done! Thanks for pointing this out...
Thanks for the tip!
Slavery book -- I finished AND reviewed it...just for you!!! Wow, it feels good to finally be done with it!
Thanks for the Amazon bookmarklet. It is working great with Chrome. I couldn't get the LT one to work, so yours is going to be a huge click-saver.
I thought about half a star but I decided The Beatles were worth half a star and the fact that I talked about this book so much (even though it was negative) deserved half a star. Hence, one star for this terrible book!
Oh, thanks for letting me know about half stars! I'm brand new to LibraryThing and more accustomed to GoodReads, which doesn't allow them.
sorry that should have read 'you learn something new every day....;
I made the Easy Lazy Lasagna on pg. 66 (http://www.librarything.com/work/8888306/book/56452144). It's yummy. If I get to come to work tomorrow, I'll be bringing leftovers...if you'd like to try it. ;)
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