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CollectionsYour library (858), Your elibrary (8), Currently reading (18), Reading intermittently (12), Languishing unfinished (30), To read (68), Read but unowned (22), My lost baby books (6), Favorites (3), on order (1), Wishlist (70), John's childrens books (1), All collections (941)

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TagsCanCon (241), LibraryThing first appearance (180), CanLit (154), ULTB (113), murder mystery (84), local history (74), British fiction (59), British autobiography (51), Canadian fiction (48), Canadian autobiography (46) — see all tags

MediaNot set (18), Book (920), Paper Book (909), Ebook (8), Other (3), Printed music (2), Map (1)

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About meRetireed. Librarian. Canadian. Spinster. Senior citizen.

About my libraryI enter every book that I acquire into LibraryThing. The longer I have been retired the more I enjoy the cataloguing features of LT. From time to time I have a go at adding the books I collected before I joined. I don't know how to describe objectively my collecting/reading interests.
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But this is what I wrote when I first joined LT:

My personal library is never going to be catalogued! I spent 34 years in library cataloguing and don't want to bring that "burden" into my personal collection. But I'll probably be tempted to use it for drawing attention to my "finds" from my recreational reading of Canadian or French books.

The library I used to work for is: Big. Academic, post-secondary. Part of the central library system within a larger decentralized campus libraries setup. The group of librarians I work with are using LibraryThing for our small in-house professional reading collection.

The librarian volunteer at our parish church library was thinking of converting cataloguing to LibraryThing. So I needed to become more familiar with it.

Groups2016 ROOT Challenge - (Read Our Own Tomes), Book Care and Repair, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Church Libraries, Librarians who LibraryThing, TinyCat, Unique Library Thing Book Group

Favorite authorsAnne Hébert, Anne Huré, Rose Macaulay, Monarchist League of Canada, Barbara Pym (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites | Visited

Favorite bookstoresBata Shoe Museum. Museum Shop, Crux Books, De Rijksshop (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam), Librairie Générale Français, McGill University Bookstore, Monk's Cell Book & Gift Shop at Holy Cross Monastery, The Cookbook Store

Favorite librariesLiterary and Historical Society of Quebec Library, McGill University - Macdonald Campus Library, Reigate library, Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library, University of Toronto - Robarts Library

Other favoritesCoach House Books, Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, Coach House Books

MembershipTinyCat. https://www.librarycat.org/lib/pickupf

Real nameFelicity Pickup

LocationToronto, Ontario, Canada

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceApr 19, 2007

Currently readingRichard Hooker: His Life, Work, and Legacy - Essays in Honour of W. David Neelands by Daniel F Graves
Born in the Darkest Time of Year : Stories for the Season of the Christ Child / Andrew Marr, O.S.B. by Andrew Marr
The Forest of Windellynn / By Andrew Marr, OSB by Andrew Marr
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Pattern and light : Aga Khan Museum by Aga Khan Museum (Toronto Ontario)
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