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Member: tehanu

CollectionsEbooks (3), Your library (2,276), Read but unowned (42), Wishlist (3), Currently reading (3), To read (292), All collections (2,288)

Reviews46 reviews

TagsCraft (329), A (267), Crochet (233), Packed (190), Dogs (157), To Read (139), bm (137), Fantasy (125), Knitting (119), Mystery (82) — see all tags

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About meUnemployed librarian, used book seller (Alibris.com/Stores/Tehanu00), jewelry maker of fun book-themed jewelry (UPPERCASE.ArtFire.com), and Jesus follower.

GroupsBBC Radio 3 Listeners, BookMooching, Casca, Crocheters, Dog Blessed, Librarians who LibraryThing, Tea!, The Green Dragon

Favorite authorsSusan Wittig Albert, Maya Angelou, Jan Brett, Ursula K. Le Guin, P. D. James, Sue Monk Kidd, Mercedes Lackey, Anne Lamott, Madeleine L'Engle, C. S. Lewis, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Anne McCaffrey, Czesław Miłosz, Bill Moyers, Jan Seale, Jan Epton Seale, J. R. R. Tolkien (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.Uppercase.ArtFire.com

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Real nameLynn Epton-Siler

LocationSanta Clara, CA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 4, 2007

Currently readingSun In Glory (A Valdemar Anthology) by Mercedes Lackey
Witches' Bane (China Bayles 2) by Susan Wittig Albert
Maimonides: and the Biblical Prophets (The Maimonides) by Israel Drazin

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Hi, Lynn - Looks to me like you have a lot more dog books than I do. My personal favorite is an old one called The Dog Who Came to Stay, by Hal Borland, written about 40 yrs ago. It's a memoir with much about his dog. I loved it. Happy Thanksgiving. - Tim
Noticed you were reading Sun In Glory. I really the like Sun books as part of the Valdemar series - especially the book Exile's Honor.

Thanks for inviting me to be your friend!

Cheryl
I ordered them from etsy.com sellers, Kinokuniya, and other online booksellers.
Excellent - a shorter commute is always good! Yeah, that's kind of how my company got started too - I'd been running it as a side business, but I've been out of work since October 2008, and it does bring in some income. And I know exactly what you mean about lack of benefits. BTW, have you seen anything about the Freelancers' Union? http://www.freelancersunion.org/ It's specifically for people making a living on their own, and has some insurance help (since FU can work as a group to get better rates).

Yes, I have cards - I print them myself, it's easier than VistaPrint and about the same price (buy the cards vs postage for the cards). Yeah, sure, if you can refer people to me that would be great! My website is http://bluepegasuscc.com . Maybe I could justify a trip down to Santa Clara if it's work-related...hmmm :).

I've looked for barcode software, but most of what I've found is pretty expensive. And most of the scanners I've seen (haven't tried) output the numbers/letters (decode the barcode in the scanner itself). If you know the brand/model of the scanner, you might try searching for a driver for it. Hard to say how it's supposed to work, though.
You added me as an interesting library a while ago. I've moved all our books from this account to our aulsmith account. If you can stand all the science fiction additions, you'll find the same interesting library there.
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