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CollectionsYour library (7,318), Currently reading (2), To read (3,405), Read but unowned (3), Favorites (14), Read but still owned (92), Text books (37), Read but no longer owned (1,153), Audio (3), ebooks (850), Recovered books (5), All collections (7,318)

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About meWhat can I say? Well, obviously I love books, I love to read. I'm a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a retired medical transcriptionist, a terrible housekeeper. I love to laugh. There is very little in life that I take very seriously. Books with a good deal of humor are my favorites. On the other hand, a good cry over a book isn't a bad thing. I enjoy reading the most, but I like counted cross stitch, making doll clothes, do some knitting. But the best are my grandchildren. I don't know who said it, but I totally agree. . ."if I'd known grandchildren were this much fun, I would have had them first". LOL. Living most of the time in Florida, but a few months out of the summer in Connecticut.

About my libraryMy library does contain a little of everything and a lot of some things. I like mysteries, legal thrillers, chick lit, women's fiction and a whole lot of humor. The books that are tagged "bill" belong to my husband. There are books in every room in the house, shelved, stacked, wedged, piled too high. But still I keep adding to their numbers. The great thing about Librarything is that I have found people just like me and that is wonderful. My husband long believed that I was about the only one but I have shown him differently!

GroupsAll Things New England, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, Cats, books, life is good., Combiners!, Connecticut Nutmeggers, Early Reviewers, Floridians, Unread Support Group

Favorite authorsSusan Wittig Albert, Mary Kay Andrews, Dave Barry, Elizabeth Berg, Maeve Binchy, Jill Churchill, Tim Cockey, Robert Crais, Janet Evanovich, Fannie Flagg, Elizabeth George, Jane Green, Carl Hiaasen, Faye Kellerman, Jonathan Kellerman, Elinor Lipman, Jodi Picoult, Jonathan Tropper (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingBones (Alex Delaware, No. 23) by Jonathan Kellerman
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