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About meI'm a consulting detective
in my late 20's
posing as a librarian
in an attempt to
apprehend book thieves.

Thus far
I've just collected
a bunch of books.

Here are some words/phrases that describe my library: slightly esoteric, growing, dusty

I live in Essex, Ontario with my wonderful wife. We are both into books.

Don't you dare buy me anything off my wishlist: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/registry/2DOIHECQOAFWM

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About my libraryBooks I've Read = READ
Books We Have Now = ON HAND

This account includes our consolidated collection of books. However, when I mark books as READ, it means I've read it individually.

Groups20-Something LibraryThingers, Amateur Historians, Baker Street and Beyond, Christianity, Computer Scientists, Cuba, Essex County/Windsor Library Thingers, Fans of Russian authors, Free Software, Libertarian Political Philosophyshow all groups

Favorite authorsScott Adams, Claude Frédéric Bastiat, Jerry Bridges, Bill Bryson, John Bunyan, Albert Camus, Mark Dever, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Arthur Conan Doyle, Os Guinness, Robert A. Heinlein, C. S. Lewis, Ludwig von Mises, Ron Paul, John Piper, Ayn Rand, Murray N. Rothbard, J. C. Ryle, Francis A. Schaeffer, Dr. Seuss, R. C. Sproul, Mark Twain, James R. White, Douglas Wilson, P. G. Wodehouse (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresChapters - Windsor

Favorite librariesEssex County Library - Cottam Branch, Essex County Library - Essex Branch, Essex County Library - Kingsville Branch, Essex County Library - LaSalle Branch, Essex County Library - Leamington Branch, Leddy Library, University of Windsor, Windsor Public Library - Central Library, Windsor Public Library - Nikola Budimir Library

Homepagehttp://www.allthingsexpounded.com/

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Real nameMark Nenadov

LocationEssex, Ontario

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Member sinceApr 28, 2006

Currently readingThe Sea-Hawk by Rafael Sabatini
I'm Not Going to Get Up Today (Beginner Books) by Dr. Seuss
The Faithful Preacher: Recapturing the Vision of Three Pioneering African-American Pastors by Thabiti M. Anyabwile
Christ and Culture Revisited by D. A. Carson
Wild Goose Jack: Jack Miner's Autobiography by Jack Miner
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I will, only if it doesn't include audio books! Again, cheating!
Oh no, no, no. You can't add Jenn's books to your account! That's cheating!!!
All Thing Sex Pounded is a great name for a web site! Oh, wait a minute...

BTW, any word on the significant change in the latter half of Heinlein's Beyond This Horizon? I'm dyin' here!
Just read your review of Heinlein's Beyond This Horizon. I am wondering what is the significant transition in the second half of the novel. Care to enlighten me? Please?
hi mark! glad you enjoyed your present :) hope you got it on time too!
Thanks for the SantaThing picks. The Easy Chairs book was very timely. I'm in the middle of researching that very subject. And the book on the Holy Spirit is one of the best organized treatises I have seen. I will definitely be looking at other books in that series. Thanks again, and happy reading.
Just so you know, I'm now at 1500 books! How's that grab ya?
Sorry not to have replied sooner! A few more books properly tagged, and 'food and drink' will swell just a little more. It's odd what books LT members do share, sometimes in quantity. And it's fun exploring other libraries' contents. You have an admirably diverse tag cloud, for instance. :)

I think you're fighting the good fight against book neglecters, if nothing else...
Glad you liked it, 'course I couldn't go wrong with something off your wishlist. ; )

The Russian reading list is at the following link in PDF format. I'm sure you'll be familiar with many of the books already:

http://sites.google.com/site/bsntomls/Home/russian.pdf?attredirects=0
That's a good idea; I should adopt it but am sure to lack the ability to withstand temptation. ^_^
Indeed, I find books to be terribly attractive*. My collection has become so large mainly because I cannot bear to part with most of the volumes I read and enjoy simply having them around the home.

Oh, and I agree on the entertaining mix of books we have in common. Eclectic libraries do tend to come up with the most amusing shared works!

*I'm sure you understand my meaning but I feel the need to point out that I do not intend that to come off as some odd sexual fetish. Books are simply lovely to look upon.
Thanks for adding me to your Interesting Libraries! I hope my eccentric collection is pleasing to the eye. :-)

-Alana
Thank you for the interesting library addition!
For whatever it's worth, I recently added "The Scotts" by Jean Dunlop to my LibrayThing catalogue and used the cover I scanned in. According to the LibrayThing stats, you are the other person with this book in their library. If you wish to use the cover I scanned and uploaded, it's there for your use at anytime.
You'll notice I got the Wilson worship book in the mail from Library Thing yesterday!
Hey, thanks for adding me to your links. As you can see, I'm giving the Thing a second chance...:)

Kara A.
Thanks for the interesting libraries add Mark. I'm not very active here but I love having my library at my fingertips when I'm traveling.

Jahfre Fire Eater
Thanks for pointing that out! I didn't check because my own personal option to check "The University of Windsor" persisted even though the parent link had disappeared. I've put it back and tested it out. Thanks again for letting us know!
The "Find at" option has now been replaced with an option that can be found at a book's item page in the left hand of the page under "Buy, Borrow, Swap, or View". I'll be changing our profile's information accordingly. Thanks for the heads up!
Thank you for adding me to your 'interesting libraries' list. Based on the books we share, and especially the interests we apparently do not, you may enjoy the novel _Gilead_ by Marilynne Robinson. It is sort of a fictional _Albert Camus and the Minister_.
The whole librarything concept is a revelation. I like it. I'd never heard of it until the meeting tonight. I've always found other "Social Networking" sites to be awful.
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