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About my libraryMy library is actually books I've read, not necessarily books I own. I read mainly murder mysteries (and have since third grade) with some romances. My favorite mystery sub-genre is British police procedurals; Reginald Hill is my favorite author of that type. I usually don't re-read books, but have read Pride and Prejudice innumerable times, with Little Women a close second.

I recently began rating the books I finish reading. I'm a much stricter grader than others on this site. For me three stars is a good book, four is outstanding, and five is reserved for those few books that I'll never forget, perhaps 50 in my lifetime if I'm lucky. I also rate a book based on what it is -- a romance novel that's really good might get 3.5 stars, when a mystery that's better written and more original might get only three because it wasn't quite as good as the author's usual.

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery

Homepagehttp://Pam Prothro

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First let me mention that the main characters in the book are the readers and the readers are the audience too. Find out how and what character describes you best throughout the novel. Fear is one of the main forces that create this illusion of freedom. �Just because you are scared does not mean you are entitled to back down,� (Lemon). Believing the belief that you are free is the very belief that creates this illusion. Then this belief traps you within an illusion of freedom and is the very belief that prevents you from realizing you are not free by any means of what you thought freedom was and what freedom really is. You believing that belief is what prevent you from discovering, seeing, understanding and experiencing what true freedom is and means. You can get out of this illusion through an 8 phase process that is offered within this novel. My book is a manuscript that offers the following: internal psychology, optimistic/positive psychology, reflective psychology, self-improvement psychology, self-knowledge psychology, therapy, spirituality, sociology, philosophy, workology, streetology, survivology (higher survival awareness /teens and adults), better relationship awareness (work, couples, or in general) and is a parental guide. This is not a conspiracy theory novel nor is it fiction. It is real events and real experiences anyone can experience. This book is a self-improvement; self-developmental novel that shows people how to find and bring out their deep rooted power, true freedom, and potential of which they never knew existed or never knew how to bring out.
FYI, I uploaded a cover for "The Moon Pinnace" in case you want to use it.
Hello Pam,
and many thanks for responding to my request re the George Bellairs title.The listing now shows that you and I own the only two copies of this book on LT.
Thanks again.

You have entered a book by George Bellairs, as 'All Roads to Sospel'.I collect this author and have just acquired 'Close all Roads to Sospel',by which title it is usually known. It may be that your title is the American version. If not it would be nice if we could link them up under the same title.
Sorry to be an English pain-in-the-neck.
All the best.
Hi Pam

thought I would say hello because I see how similar our approach to Librarything is (I too am adding books I've read not books I own) and also am a total Reginald Hill fan - I think he is a genius regardless of genre. I must look at other books you've read to give me some ideas! I live in Adelaide, Australia and I think Librarything is absolutely wonderful.

All the best

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