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About me20-year-old woman from Ohio. I read to escape the mundanity of small-town life (I need adventures!). I'm a junior at Denison University. When I'm feeling down and I need to cheer up, I read Goldman's The Princess Bride and listen to Weird Al. When I'm happy and energetic, I read The Other Boleyn Girl and listen to The New Pornographers and Ben Folds. Quiet and introspective, some Pablo Neruda and Bat for Lashes.

About my libraryI'm a fan of Shakespeare, but also an unabashed lover of children's lit (Harry Potter, His Dark Materials, etc). I'm also into historical fiction and nonfiction- you can see from my collection that the Tudor period is kind of a personal favorite (it has its own tag!). I work at a bookstore, so I'm always looking for new books to shamefully spend my paycheck on (instead of saving it for college like a good girl). The bookstore job is also the reason for all the awesome advance copies, which are listed as hardcovers in the librarything.com system but are actually paperbacks. I've really just begun to appreciate poetry, but I'm working on it.

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Noticed you liked White Oleander, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here as well as a few other book-related sites. Thought you might like my book since it's also about a dysfunctional family (and also a bit dark). I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like (I'm out of physical copies at the moment). Here's a link to a summary (and a sample chapter) in case you'd like to read more before you commit:

http://christophertusa.com/

Thanks,

Chris

Colours change: in the morning light, red shines out bright and clear and the blues merge into
their surroundings, melting into the greens; but by the evening the reds loose their piquancy,
embracing a quieter tone and shifting toward the blues in the rainbow. Yellow flowers remain
bright, and white ones become luminous, shining like ghostly figures against a
darkening green background.

- Rosemary Verey,
The Scented Garden, 1981

hey, i just finished utopia by tomas more, i wandered what u thought about it since u read most books about society that i read... I just thought the criticism he offered about england and france at the time are totally similar to whats going on on a bigger scale now...

anyway... have a good day :)
Hi. You're very well-read and i hope you make it to college soon. i think you'd really enjoy a place like Bryn Mawr or Haverford, with a major in English or History. Good luck!
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