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I have been a member of Library Thing for a couple of years, and have yet to figure out what this site is about. I don't know how to navigate around in it, have asked a couple of questions about reviewing books, have tried to be put on the list to review books but a note stated that the books could not be reviewed by people in the U.S, and, once in a while, maybe once a month, I receive an email from Loranne(?) or someone else that states she, or they, commented on something, but I am never able to find the comment, or even where on the site to go to the comment, even though I have clicked on the url given in the email. Browsing through some of the comments to Loranne, I see people asking questions, but never see the responses. I saw your comment and clicked on your name, just at random and hope you might be able to explain this Library thing to me. Would you mind sending me an email, and letting me know what this site is really about, and how one navigates and interacts on it? My email address is

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