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About my libraryI do actually own everything on here since I have a bit of a book addiction. Well, a few of these may have since left my possession, but I did own them when I listed them and read them. Having moved recently, I am finally taking the opportunity to list ALL of my thousands on here and am having fun seeing how my connections to others' libraries change as I load more of my own collection.

The children's books on here so far are books from my own childhood (and they are generally my original copy, I might add since I'm a book horder from way back) or they are chapter books I've read to or with my children. I'm drawing the line at picture books unless they were mine as a peanut. The scads of children's books I've bought for the kids won't get listed here unless I pick them up to read them myself (which is always possible).

GroupsARC Junkies, Bloggers, North Carolina LT Group, Running Readers

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Member sinceNov 26, 2007

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Hello Kristen. I somehow arrived at your profile and wanted to take a moment to tell you that I got a chuckle out of your “About my library” section. Especially the “since I have a bit of a book addiction” part! (I can’t relate at all. Not!) I only wish that I had all of my books in one place, and that I had never been forced to get rid of many of them along life’s way, which I guess can happen when one moves around a lot.
Good heavens! A North Carolinian with almost twice as many books as I own, who is also a friend of Linda/Whisper 1! I wonder whether you haunt this place as I do. Anyway, it was from Linda's profile page that I found you, and I felt called upon to speak.
I'm a native of Southeastern N.C., and I'm now off to see whether the North Carolina group has any activity.
Peggy
BTW - "A Lady of Expectations" by S. Laurens is a re-issued. You might just add the older ones to yours, sometimes, there're many book covers available from each reprints/reissues.

J.J.
Hi there. I was just wondering how you managed to get A Lady of Expectations and Other Stories by Stephanie Laurens, Nicola Cornick, and Kasey Michaels to add to our library. I can't seem to make any of the links work to add it to mine and thought you might have the secret of how to do it.
posted by whitreidtan at 4:24 pm (EST) on Dec 13, 2012 | reply | archive | delete

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FYI:I just checked, "A Lady of Expectations" is on Laurens' book list page 3 after you click "Add Books" and type author name in.

Hope that helps.
J.J.
Hi there. I was just wondering how you managed to get A Lady of Expectations and Other Stories by Stephanie Laurens, Nicola Cornick, and Kasey Michaels to add to our library. I can't seem to make any of the links work to add it to mine and thought you might have the secret of how to do it.
posted by whitreidtan at 4:24 pm (EST) on Dec 13, 2012 | reply | archive | delete

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Hi whitreidtan,

Found your email in my box, so I'll try to answer your questions to my best.
I usually just download Stephanie Laurens' and Nicola Cornick's, books right out of LibraryThing here by click on "Add Book" tab and just fill out the author name, most of their books are available for you to add to your collection. Only a few such as eBooks or future TBRs that don't have pic or info available, you can just manually add it yourself. You can click on "Manual" add at the bottom of that same add page, and just fill out as much info as you can. The ISBN numbers are helpful bec if there's a match the computer will fill in the rest (incl pic if they have it available) for you.

As for Kasey Michaels' books, I haven't got around to do her books for my library yet, but shouldn't have any problem to do the same "add" procedure.

If you have more tech questions, ask Jeramy@LibraryThing, he's good at answering all my questions so far.

Good luck,
J.J.
I'll report back after our meeting on Sunday the 9th. My guess is that 2-4 people will dislike it. I hope I'm wrong. I hope more do so that I can still think of them as critical readers. I don't mind when someone dislikes a fiction book that I like because that's entirely subjective, but if they can't see past his blather and illogic, then I fear for them. :)

karenmarie
Hey whitreidtan: I just read your review of Twelve by Twelve and agree 100% with your take on this smarmy, didn't-live-up-to-its-premise book. I, too, live in NC, in Chatham County (ridiculously disguised in the book), and probably within 10 miles, I'm sure, of the 12 x 12. Our bookclub is reading it for our September discussion and I am looking forward to eviscerating it. I'll probably be in a minority, but perhaps I'll be surprised by another brave soul or two who will admit to disliking this book.

Regards,
karenmarie
I just finished reading your review of A Good Hard Look and found it to be the best review I have ever read. I plan to read more of your reviews because of that. I will also be reading A Good Hard Look of course. Thanks for the time and effort you put into LibraryThing.
Hello

I'm currently reading A Good Hard Look by Ann Napolitano. Your review is excellent.

Hi! I really like your thousands of books and also the excellent reviews that you have written. WE share over 500 books...but I only have maybe 20% of mine entered (a lot of them are ones I have already read in the last twenty year). Just thought I would let you know that I appreciate your insights.
Still working on my review of Eberle's Angel Strings. I hope you'll check it out once it's done. Thanks for accepting my friend invitation.
That is an impressive book collection. I'm reading Angel Strings at the moment. Doesn't seem to be on a lot of other people's lists.
Is that your own library in the photo? Whoever owns all of those books, they look lovely!!
Kristen!

Thanks for inviting me. I was over here stumbling around trying to find out how to add you as a friend when I saw your message and .. life was simple again :)

About The Unit ... oh man, I started having dreams of being in a hospital LOL ... the whole thing had a scary plausibility about it :)

Suzz
Thanks for adding me.

My best,
Irene :)
Lovely review of My Family and Other Animals! I had never heard of it before but it's going straight to my wishlist. Thank you!
Great that you read Shadow of the Wind. :)
Thanks for accepting the friend request...we have a lot of books in common...I am going to check out your shelf for more ideas. :)

I see you haven't read Shadow of the Wind....oh my...you are missing a great book. :)

I liked that book so much my son and I went to Barcelona to find all the places in the book..he loved it too. :)

Hi! I have just read your review of Lisa Genova's "Still Alice" and really enjoyed it. (I loathe "The Notebook" too!) I keep trying to recommend "Still Alice" to my friends, and they all wrinkle their noses, too. I understand why, I know what they're expecting, but it was such a memorable book that I wish I could persuade some of them to read it! Maybe I'll point someone at your review! ;-)

Shay
Thanks for being my friend! We have some terrific books in common.

Lisa :)
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