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Member: meags222

CollectionsYour library (1,106), Currently reading (1), To read (439), Read but unowned (202), Favorites (82), All collections (1,106)

Reviews149 reviews

Tagstbr (490), fiction (195), mystery (160), chick lit (126), ebook (105), thriller (92), YA (79), classic (59), canadian lit (57), teen lit (32) — see all tags

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About meI just graduated from teacher's college and am looking for a job. Hoping to perhaps supply teach for a year. I also have a degree in English literature.

About my libraryI am addicted to reading books and buying them. Unfortunately I can't read them faster than I buy them :) I have a wide array of different books but right now I am taking a break from reading anything too heavy.

Groups100 Books in 2009 Challenge, 100 Books in 2010 Challenge, 20-Something LibraryThingers, ARC Junkies, Canadian Bookworms, List Five Books Parlour Game, What Are You Reading Now?


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Real nameMeaghan Smith

LocationOttawa, Ontario, Canada

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Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceAug 30, 2008

Currently readingThe Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff

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First year of teaching nearly over. I bet you find it went really fast. I've just added you as a Friend on "Goodreads'. I really don't know what that means in reality, it just seemed like a good thing to do at the time. All the best. Love Uncle Michael
This pirate english is messing me up LOL
Found you! What a fluke - arrr!
according to library thing, our libraries are similiar. Have you read anything AMAZING lately ? Would love to hear
Nope. Still no books. :( Oh well, between the library, my own purchases and friends giving/loaning me books I have enough to read for the next 6-8 months.

I just finished City of Bones by Cassandra Clare and I liked it so much that I went out and purchased the next 2 in the series. I'm currently half way through the Beekeeper's Apprentice.

Kate :)
Noticed we have quite a few books in common! I am also addicted to buying (and reading); my husband teases me because it seems I'll never get to read all the books I buy. I'm a big fan of used book sales and thrift stores, so my collection grows rapidly at times!
hey just got the books three days ago- Sonya had accidentally forgotten to order them! I am excited now that they have arrived...

"If you want to build a ship, don't herd people

together to collect wood and don't assign them

tasks and work, but rather teach them to long

for the endless immensity of the sea."

(--Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

"Remember days when dreams were like the sea,

never ending and sure to be?

You saw them with your heart so pure

and knew they surely would endure.

When did you cast them back into the sea?

Did you think that they would simply never be?

Just like the sea, your dream is still there...

waiting like a seashell to be picked up."

(--adapted from Misty Taggert)

LibraryThing contacted me and indicated you were one of the winners of the Early Reviewer Giveaway (for my novel, Dirty Little Angels). Please send me your e-mail address (mine is, and I'll send you a copy of the e-book.

Thanks for entering the giveaway,

Took me awhile to get back to you because I got back and immediately went to a place called Kugluktuk over in the West for a week. Nothing much new, except that I'm trying to read all the books I bought this summer. Unfortunately there is a bookstore in Yellowknife which I go through on my way to and from Kugluktuk so I bought even more books. One was Thomas Friedmans "Hot, Flat and Crowded" which has really opened my eyes to the problems (catastrophe) of global warming. I've also started Joyce's "Ulysses" but it is nearly a 1000 pages long so who knows when I'll get it finished, if ever. Take care.
Congratulations on your grad! Hopefully you found a sub position.

If you are a Miriam Toews fan, her new book "The Flying Troutmans" just launched. I haven't read it yet, but it looks wonderful!

Welcome aboard. You sure got your entries done fast. Northlaw
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