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About meI guess book nerds aren't known for being outgoing. But how else are you going to meet other book nerds? So while it's probably a horrible breach of etiquette, I do invite you to comment on, discuss, or contact me about my collection...or anything else that interests you really.

About my libraryStill adding, a bit at a time.

I add all books by ISBN if they have one, or by best publication match (title, year, publisher). I also verify the cover art.

Most of my library has been accumulated rather than purchased. I "inherited" several small collections through defunct businesses, disinterested owners with dusty boxes filling up their garage, and library clearance sales / giveaways. I also trade a little from time to time.

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ah....retiring on Crater Lake?...I have stories of my dad, in his younger Hobo days, rowing out and spending a day and a night there, back in the 1920's/30's...he said it was quite a mystical experience for him. I have been there, traveled around it, even got into the water...but have not made it to the center island to spend the night......

Well, if you're ever in this part of the state...I can offer you a place on the couch and as of last count, a little less than 3200 books to peruse. Quite a bit down from the 12,000+ I used to have....alas...the perils of moving......
thanks for the 'interesting lib.' comment/add...I see you read a lot of sci/fi? I was very much a fan of Bradbury and Heinlein in the 60/70's, and previous to that Verne, Wells, and all of the others of thier ilk.
Thanks for the welcome note, Bob. Your "about" sections are excellent reading :)

Thanks.

I was recently pleased to discover that it was possible to include my Analog Science Fiction - Science Fact periodicals.

Good luck with that - you'll find that the 'book' template fits 'magazines' only imperfectly.

But take a look at how user alibrarian does his - he's done a great job of force-fitting the information into LT's template.

("Periodicals" are on the list of desired features, I imagine LT will support them properly in a couple of years... and then we'll have a complete database of the issue contents....)
Hi, welcome to LibraryThing.

- Bob
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