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About meLife is hard enough so I read amusing novels.

About my libraryMostly comic fantasy, but other stuff creeps in.

A room without books is like a body without a soul. That's why we have so many bookcases.


Favorite authorsPeter S. Beagle, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Diana Wynne Jones, Robin McKinley, Terry Pratchett, Patricia C. Wrede (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBookBuyers - Mountain View

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Member sinceApr 28, 2008

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The Big Idea postings on Whatever are a great way to discover new books to read. I just wish I had enough time to read them all!
Re your "room about books" comment, I'm reminded of another saying "A room without books has no windows".
I bet you would like this:
You know it's true.
I got my dad to join librarything. Score!
Hee, thanks! My love for Diana Wynne Jones actually *is* one of my academic motivators - three years of English Majoring and counting, and all (on some level) to know for myself what the hell was going on in Fire & Hemlock and Hexwood.
I feel a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. (-:,
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