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Member: suziekanshu

CollectionsYour library (359)


Tagscontemporary fiction (56), humor (37), mystery (35), women detectives (33), african american (29), travel (20), non-fiction (19), true crime (18), chick lit (18), native american (17) — see all tags

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About meI visit my local library at least three times a week and always have a list of books on hold.

About my libraryThis virtual library is my only library. I own very few books. I never read a book more than once, so I prefer to check out books from the library.

Groups50 Book Challenge

Favorite authorsSherman Alexie, Janet Evanovich, Khaled Hosseini, Ann Rule, David Sedaris, Alexander McCall Smith (Shared favorites)

Real nameSuzie Norris

Locationchico, ca

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/suziekanshu (profile)
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Member sinceMay 15, 2008

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Noticed you liked Lovely Bones, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here, as well as a few other book-related sites. Thought you might like my book since it also contains a young female narrator struggling with a series of tragic circumstances. I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like (I'm out of physical copies at the moment). Here's a link to a summary (and a sample chapter) in case you'd like to read more about the book before you commit:


Thank you for adding me to your Interesting Libraries list. I see that Sherman Alexie is one of your favorite authors. I haven't read anyting by him YET. Interesting coincidence that I have just checked out The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-time Indian by him. I didn't realize it was YA, but I think it looks very interesting.
It's fun after you get started. And not as "serious" as a review so doesn't feel intimidating. Plus something to do when you have no new books to add...
Thank you for your recent comment about my library. I just wish I had the time to read all my books! But I'm planning to retire soon and guess what I plan to do? READ!! One of my favorite things to do!
I am considering quitting him because he's getting a little tedious. He's too conservative & not crazy enough. Plus I picked up my zillion other books at the library. So I think you should take 'em to Baja & Mazatlan & Puerto Vallarta??
Hey I found that prostitute book we were discussing & added it..."Patapong Sister..." How's the Mexico planning going?
I can't see any rating column...
Where are the blank stars?
But how do you do it? Star rate or remove????
Hey Su, can you go back into your library & star-rate the books? Or do you have to do it when you add them to your library?
Whoa I just looked at your many!! I keep combining/recombining mine.
That was "Mutant Message Down Under" Marlo Morgan, fiction. On my list somewhere. Is that the one? Did you talk to Shirley?
I changed it...and my avatar too. Meanwhile I put LT widget on my blog & wrote a new post. Did you see it?
How do you do that? Do you just copy & paste when you see one on LibraryThing to that site?
I might have to add a "to be read" or "wanted" tag just so I can have a list of books I can print out then reserve at the library.
No but it looks like "Go Away"! It's Death Valley Scotty's Castle.
Did you see my pic?
I don't think I read that one but it sounds great! Let me know the title when you remember 3 days from now.
Oh poor Mojave. There's a big fire in Santa Cruz Mts. Smoky here too.
I'm afraid I'm addicted to this thing. I keep thinking of books, books, more books. I've got a headache from it. Thinking of coming up there tomorrow...
Hi Su...check out my page 7...I found the Plumber!!
Thank You for adding me to your interesting libraries list.
You have a few books that I would like to have. Keep em' coming.

Welcome to LibraryThing.
Also, Love the One You're With by Emily Giffin was really good. Weak beginning, but it gets better as it goes along. I liked it. Her previous books, Something Borrowed and Something Blue, were excellent also.
Yes, the Scotland series is not quite as good as the others!

I just finished Elizabeth Noble's Things I Want My Daughters to Know...kind of in the British chick-lit vein, but with a serious undercurrent...I enjoyed it very much.

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