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CollectionsCookbooks (10), 2014 Category Challenge (50), Commonwealth Challenge (15), ROOTs (50), 2013 Category Challenge (100), NetGalley (4), Audiobooks (32), 12 in 12 Challenge (88), My Orange Reading (21), e-books (58), 11 in 11 Challenge (104), RTT Challenge (16), ER Books (32), 1010 Challenge (100), My Alphabet Challenge (35), Abandoned (4), Favorites - Childhood (81), Favorites - Classics (25), Your library (427), Wishlist (18), Currently reading (3), To read (343), Read but unowned (690), Favorites (39), All collections (1,197)

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TagsFiction (448), Historical Fiction (170), Mystery (146), Series (120), Read in 2009 (119), Read in 2010 (116), England (105), Canadian Author (105), Read in 2011 (104), 11 in 11 Challenge (104) — see all tags

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About meI have been an avid reader most of my life and simply cannot imagine a world without books. I will pick up any book that intrigues me (yes, I can be initially drawn to a book by the artwork on the cover) and I am always open to new authors. I can lose myself for hours browsing the shelves and book piles in a bookstore and have resigned myself to the fact that I will never find the time to read all the books that I want to read.... but that is not going to stop me from trying!

About my libraryPredominantly fiction with some non-fiction thrown in. This library represents books I have finished reading as of the start of 2008, as well as books I own that are part of my ever growing TBR pile. With the unveiling of Collections, I have added the more memorable books read and owned prior to 2008. Books discarded unfinished will now comprise the Abandoned collection of my library, to remind me of the clunkers as well.



2014 CHALLENGES:
2014 Category Challenge: - My "Half Challenge Reading Menu" can be found here: First Thread, Second Thread, Third Thread, Fourth Thread, Fifth Thread. Challenge completed on September 11, 2014. My mini "Challenge of Challenges": First Thread
75 Book Challenge: - My year of "Books, Beads and other things" can be found here: 1st Thread, 2nd Thread, 3rd Thread, 4th Thread, 5th Thread, 6th Thread
Commonwealth Challenge: - My "Reading Tour of the Commonwealth" can be found here: First Thread
ROOT - 2014 Read Our Own Tomes Challenge: For 2013, I will be trying to read 25 books off my TBR Bookcase: First Thread
Reading Through Time TIOLI Challenge: I joined the Reading Through Time Group to continue my love for historical fiction books and theme-based monthly reads. Lori's Adventures in RTT



COMPLETED CHALLENGES: 2013
2013 Category Challenge: First Thread; Second Thread; Third Thread; Fourth Thread; Fifth Thread; Overflow Thread
75 Book Challenge: First Thread, Second Thread, Third Thread; Fourth Thread; Fifth Thread
ROOT - 2013 Read Our Own Tomes Challenge: First Thread

COMPLETED CHALLENGES: 2012
12 in 12 Category Challenge: Warm-up Thread, Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3
75 Book Challenge: First Thread, and 2nd Thread
Alphabet Author Surname Book Challenge: First Thread

COMPLETED CHALLENGES: 2011
Alphabet Book Title Challenge: lkernagh's Alphabet Book Read
11 in 11 Challenge: Part 1 (Jan to March 31st), Part 2 (Apr to June 30th), Part 3 (Jul to Sept 30th) and Part 4 and Overflow
Orange January/July Challenge: Orange January 2011 and Orange July 2011

COMPLETED CHALLENGES: 2010
1010 Challenge: Part 1 (Jan to June 30th) or Part 2 (July to Dec).

Groups1010 Category Challenge, 2013 Category Challenge, 2014 Category Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Alphabet Challenges, Canadian Bookworms, CBC's Canada Reads Fans, Commonwealth Challengeshow all groups

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Favorite bookstoresBooks on View, Russell Books

Favorite librariesGreater Victoria Public Library, Main Branch

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Real nameLori

LocationVictoria, British Columbia

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Member sinceJul 11, 2008

Currently readingGiovanni's Room by James Baldwin
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Lori,

My name is Luke Sherwood, and I was lucky enough to be able to read R.C. Binstock's latest book, "Swift River." Mr. Binstock is best known for "Tree of Heaven" - starred review in Publishers Weekly:http://www.publishersweekly.com/9781569470381

I published a review of "Swift River" here http://bassoprofundo1.blogspot.com/2014/08/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-x-no...

I've been reviewing books at LT for some years, and apparently so have you. I promised the author I'd try to get as many reviewers to look at his book as I could. Since I can't do this wholesale in a discussion on LibraryThing, I have to do it one reviewer at a time. The book will be offered to Early Reviewers in a month or so, but this opportunity beats even that.

If you click Mr. Binstock's site,http://rcbinstock.com/ you can click on the book cover and follow the link to order your copy.

No spam, just a sales pitch to help a self-publishing author get some publicity. Thanks so much!
Thank you, Lori! It's all yours.
I see it's your 6th Thingaversary, Lori! It's been fun following your reading adventures this year. Here's to many more!
Thoroughly enjoyed your review of Netherworld. Spot on.
Lori - I have mailed you a copy of The Perks of Being a Wallflower plus a bonus book that will remain a surprise. I don't know when they will get to you but enjoy them.

Roberta
Lori- If you want to add the Bleak House G.R. to the Wiki list, that would be great. Looking forward to that one. Thanks!

Mark
I won't make you read the series to find out. The Double Dog Dare Gourmet Cafe appears in [Tricked]. Basically, you order something like 3 items for your dinner partner and s/he does the same for you. You don't find out what it is you ate until after you've eaten it. The foods are things that are considered delicacies, but if you knew what was in it, you'd be grossed out - things like insects and calf's brains. LOL.
It's up! The group read of The Bloody Chamber is here: http://www.librarything.com/topic/155206 See you soon!
Hi Lori,
You mentioned a while ago that you might be up for a small group read of The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter. Are you still up for that? We'd said June, and it fits right in with the women in sf & f challenge going on right now. Let me know.

Katie
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