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TagsRomance (46), Love (33), Fantasy (29), Death (28), Paranormal Romance (26), Supernatural (24), Vampires (24), Paranormal (22), Werewolves (19), Historical Romance (17) — see all tags

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About meI'm 29, I love reading and learning about everything to do with history, more specifically Elizabethian and Renaissance history. I also want to travel and explore the world, as I am a bit of an adventure seeker and crave new and wonderful experiences that are gained from these opportunities.

About my libraryIts a mixed collection, but its definetely a paranormal romance readers dream and a half lol Though there are a few historical romances thrown in the mix :-)

GroupsAussie librarians, Australian LibraryThingers, Basils library rats!, Beading Buffs, Disney Movie Lovers, FantasyFans, Graduate Students, Historical Fiction, I Love Jane Austen, Librarians who LibraryThingshow all groups

Favorite authorsIsabel Allende, Marina Anderson, Jane Austen, Geraldine Brooks, Dan Brown, Cassandra Clare, Kresley Cole, Suzanne Collins, Lecia Cornwall, Bryce Courtenay, Sylvia Day, J. M. Dillard, Sarah Dunant, Kate Furnivall, Diana Gabaldon, Traci Harding, Charlaine Harris, E. L. James, Pam Jenoff, Jeanne Kalogridis, John Marsden, Richelle Mead, Stephenie Meyer, Victoria Holt, Tiffany Reisz, Gena Showalter, Paullina Simons, Kerrelyn Sparks, J. R. Ward, Tracy Anne Warren, Rebecca Zanetti, Markus Zusak (Shared favorites)

LocationHamilton, Victoria

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Member sinceMay 28, 2007

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The Stars Are Mansions Built By Nature's Hand

THE stars are mansions built by Nature's hand,
And, haply, there the spirits of the blest
Dwell, clothed in radiance, their immortal vest;
Huge Ocean shows, within his yellow strand,
A habitation marvellously planned,
For life to occupy in love and rest;
All that we see--is dome, or vault, or nest,
Or fortress, reared at Nature's sage command.
Glad thought for every season! but the Spring
Gave it while cares were weighing on my heart,
'Mid song of birds, and insects murmuring;
And while the youthful year's prolific art--
Of bud, leaf, blade, and flower--was fashioning
Abodes where self-disturbance hath no part.

- William Wordsworth

maramoo84, after I posted my previous comment, I got interested in looking further into the Twilight groups, and made this discovery, which I've posted to all the groups, and sharing with you, too, since you got me started :^) - - -

I made an interesting observation this morning, when I saw another new Twilight group pop up. I knew I’d seen lots of other groups titled similarly. And I know that the Group Search mechanism is so bad, that there are often duplicate groups made. So, this morning, after another new Twilight group showed up, I did a search. I clicked the Groups tab, then went to the "Complete groups list" at the top right, then used my browser's find-on-this-page function and searched TWILIGHT. (That method of searching works much better .)

At least as far as groups which have “Twilight” in either their Group name, or Group description, there are now 15 groups. Interesting observation: When I sort them in order of date created, you can see, in general, that the longer established groups have more members and more active talk, and the newer the group, the fewer members there are to talk amongst themselves.

I don’t know anything about these books, so perhaps” Twilight” doesn’t have the same meaning in all these groups. Further, I know that different groups may each have a different focus, and you might not all be looking for the same thing out of a group. But I decided to introduce you all to each other, anyway, just in case you were interested in either the observation, or the possibility of finding a more active Twilight group.

(2007/01/11, 161 members) TwilightClub -
(2007/06/05, 67 members) Twilight, New Moon, Edward and Bella –
(2007/06/25, 52 members) *twilight* -
(2007/09/12, 2 members) Twilight -
(2008/01/09, 12 members) TwilightClub –
(2008/02/01, 1 member) Solstice -
(2008/03/18, 20 members) Moonless Nights (A twilight fan club) -
(2008/04/14, 8 members) Twilight Lovers -
(2008/04/18, 15 members) Edward Cullens Lovers -
(2008/07/07, 36 members) Twilight Group -
(2008/08/12, 3 members) Clumsy and Gracful-Twilight -
(2008/08/18, 4 members) City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments) -
(2008/09/20, 4 members) Twilight for Adults -
(2008/10/23, 1 member) Twilighters Anonymous -
(unknown date, private) twilight lover's -

RE: Your new group Twilighters Anonymous:

There are already a bunch of groups on LT about "Twilight". I'm afraid you may not get as much action by making another new one, as you would if you joined up where they are already talking.

I know its really hard to find things with the way the group search works. What I have found that works best is: click the Groups tab, then go to the "Complete groups list" at the top right, then use your browser's find-on-this-page function to search for a specific interest. Searching that way, yielded these groups that you may want to check out:

*twilight* -
City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments -
Clumsy and Gracful - Twilight -
Edward Cullens Lovers -
Moonless Nights (A twilight fan club) -
Solstice -
Twilight -
Twilight Club -
Twilight for Adults -
Twilight Group -
twilight lover's -
Twilight Lovers -
Twilight, New Moon, Edward and Bella -
TwilightClub -

I hate to see members languishing with no one to talk with, when in reality, 'Groups' is just brimming with folks in identical conversations. If you check out those other groups, you can see that the established groups have a lot of active conversation, and as more and more new Twilight groups are added, they get fewer members, because the conversation is already going on somewhere else. Its just so hard to find them. I have my fingers crossed for a future application to make that easier - group tags!
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