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About meA Chicago-area native living the expatriate life in the unique nation of Arizona. Full-time public relations tool, part-time professor, proud father, sometime writer, constant reader.

About my libraryI need more shelving.

Groups18th Century British Literature, African/African American Literature, Arizona Trading Post, Beat Literature, Geeks who love the Classics, Gothic Literature, Literary Snobs, San Diego Bibliophiles, What the Dickens...?

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You're very close to me! What are you doing? We can meet

Ah HA! The random generators are linked to "folly" on your home page. Or use this code: http://www.librarything.com/random.php?type=member
The 75 group came through!
Enjoy!
Peggy
Uh oh. I don't remember where I found the random generators. I'll try to find out and get the code to you!
I'm a Dickens Disciple for sure! My Lizzie is Hexam and the D is for Dickens.
I don't go to that group often these days, but I reread several of the novels last year. It's about time in a month or so to read another, I think.
You have been busy looking in libraries, and I thank you for adding mine to your "interesting" list. I took the time to see that I have read 99 of the 231 I see that we have in common. I guess that's not too shabby. I also see some of my friends in your list, so I'm in good company.
I'm going to poke around your own library a bit and also look at some of the names of people I've never heard of on the site.
Please visit any time!
Peggy
Reading over my description of him, I can see how it would sound like addiction, but this guy is that ultra conservative, buzz-cut for life type. He's getting treatment from the VA, who have told him his illness is an enzyme that's taking over, but they don't know how he got it. With all the time he spent deployed around the world, who knows? Anyway, that's the story from him. He could find some kind of VA program that would help him keep his house, I'm sure, but he sees that as charity. He's been paying for the house nearly 20 years already.

I can see the baby looking at the camera, but is he smiling too?
Ahwatukee has some nice houses, but it's so way the hell out there. Seriously, when a group of people are trying to meet up or have a gathering and someone says they live in Ahwatukee, the other people say, "Never mind."

I went in yesterday to finish my computer training videos and ended up spending the last two hours of my shift on the floor, and made an enormous sale with one customer that made my manager all giddy and she hauled me over to show me how much commission I had made. Which really surprised me because I had no idea they paid that much.
Thank you for adding my library to your interesting list. I find your library to be just as interesting and I have added it to my lists.
I'm pleased that you find my library interesting. Yours looks quite interesting, also!
Oh, Bosch is fantastic! A study in nightmares.
I hope you enjoy Jane Eyre, it's one of my favorites, but I haven't read Jude the Obscure. I loved The Hound of the Baskervilles and I watch all the versions of it that pop up on t.v. The quality varies so much.
Your studies sound very interesting.
Thanks for adding my library, and I've done the same. It's great to see another Arizonian!
Thanks for the "Interesting Library" comment. Glad that you think it is.
Best wishes! Mary
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