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Use the ISBN if one's available, it's generally more accurate than just typing the title in.

Rob's shy about his Doctor Who collection and doesnt list it, me I have no pride. Feel free to swipe any and all of mine, it's a bit patchy on the BFs after the mid 60s and I'm missing the odd reference book but most of it's there and nicely tagged.

To be honest I got the books on and then fine tuned most of the covers later if they didn't match. I love those Alan Lee covers since they're the ones that the library had when I first read them, certainly better than my current cheaply bought Gormenghast omnibus with the TV tie in cover. Have to say I certainly didn't realise there were that many Chalet School books either, for some reason I thought there were only seven or eight of them.
Blame Rob entirely, he told me about it in the first place! Although Douggie agrees with you on the fiend thing, rather enthusiatically it has to be said!

Fear not, your vengeance will be hundredfold since I'll soon be ordering shedloads of books you've got that I'll be kicking myself for not having. I'm already trying to think what's happened to my copies of the Asimov Foundation books since they appear to have vanished - ho hum, it's a good excuse for new copies to reacquaint myself with those old friends!

I don't think there's any way to link it with the Facebook thingy but there is a Librarything/Facebook application, although it didn't work paticularly well last time I used it.
But I am tragically, tragically anal.

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