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Member: mlanzotti

CollectionsYour library (197), Wishlist (1), Currently reading (1), To read (8), All collections (203)

Reviews76 reviews

Tagsmystery (31), england (12), England (8), fantasy (5), small town (4), France (4), ghosts (3), murder (3), woman (3), art (3) — see all tags

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About meI am a life long fanatic reader,and a librarian. I have also worked on a farm,been a massage therapist and a beautician,among other things! My reading is as eclectic as my work history. I like good fiction,mystery,sci-fi,even vampire lit if done well. I also read a lot in my Dewey areas at work-(100's and 200's,640's,690's and the 700's)My current ambition is to read James Joyce's Ulysses,just to keep my mind sharp.

About my librarySince I am just starting to keep track here, it's sparse at the moment. Way too busy to transfer all the titles from the book I keep track in now.

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Member sinceJul 14, 2009

Currently reading$20 Per Gallon: How the Inevitable Rise in the Price of Gasoline Will Change Our Lives for the Better by Christopher Steiner

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Time has generously allowed me to catch up on my reading for "annoying things that patrons do and say". I get a kick out of reading these commentions because they are so true. so funny and I laugh out loud.Back on Sept 20, 2009 you posted a very nice message with encouragement to deal with this library job challenge in a noble manner.
I am having such a hard time, in general, with the degradation of communication, etiquette, spelling, as I attempt to do as "you do".
If you have time I would love to hear your uplifting words for the day (year?)
Thanks.
Debra Schalbert
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