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Member: yummyfishmeister

CollectionsYour library (1,087), Lawrence (85), Read 2014 (11), Read 2013 (39), Read 2012 (33), Read 2011 (41), Read 2010 (43), Read 2009 (38), Read 2008 (59), Read pre-2008 (614), Ultimate Children's Library (132), Currently reading (2), To read (200), Favorites (60), All collections (1,087)

Reviews39 reviews

Tagspb (882), fantasy (493), YA (386), fiction (288), to be read (206), hb (196), classic (195), children's (162), STAB (93), humor (80) — see all tags

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About meCollege student. I am quite busy and I study a lot, but I manage to squeeze in a book every once in awhile.

I like to play and watch soccer. I'm really into Premier League football and I am Arsenal 'till I die. Waking up for games at 4:30 AM on Saturdays is kind of what I live for. Other than books, of course.

I love my Irish Wolfhound, Finn.

About my libraryMy library consists of books I own, not all the books I've read. I can't imagine how much bigger it would be....

My tastes run to fantasy and classics and YA and really anything that catches my eye.

I have the odd French novel in there; I did a homestay in France this past summer and I'm on my way to becoming fluent. Reading is good practice :)

I hope you enjoy browsing :)

ALPHABET CHALLENGE:
A: Anatomy of a Boyfriend – Daria Snadowsky
B: Bleed – Laurie Faria Stolarz
C: Crystal Mask – Katherine Roberts
D: Dark Queztal – Katherine Roberts
E: Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero – Maureen Fergus
F: Fire – Kristin Cashore
G: Greenwitch – Susan Cooper
H: Harpist in the Wind – Patricia McKillip
I: Iris, Messenger – Sarah Deming
J: Les jeux sont faits - Jean-Paul Sartre
K: The King - Donald Barthelme
L: Lost It - Lynn Tracy
M: The Mysterious Benedict Society - Trenton Lee Stewart
N: Nerilka's Story - Anne McCaffrey
O: On the Road - Jack Kerouac
P: A Portrait of Pia - Marisabina Russo
Q: Quidditch Through the Ages - JK Rowling/Kennilworthy Whisp
R: The Riddle of the Wren - Charles de Lint
S: Silver on the Tree - Susan Cooper
T: Toujours Provence - Peter Mayle
U: I didn't have any unread books starting with U, so I made this a free - Enchanted Glass - Diana Wynne Jones
V: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - C.S. Lewis

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, Fantasy Forum, FantasyFans, LTers with dogs, Name that Book, Read YA Lit, Seattleitesshow all groups

Favorite authorsOrson Scott Card, Jasper Fforde, John Green, Nick Hornby, Diana Wynne Jones, Tamora Pierce, Terry Pratchett, Oscar Wilde, Markus Zusak (Shared favorites)

Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway

Real nameNatalie

LocationSeattle

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMay 20, 2007

Currently readingPossession by A.S. Byatt
The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov by Vladimir Nabokov

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Hi, I saw your name on Eris thread as I was reading her posts. I am in the 75ers group for the last few years, but had trouble with my computer up till a few months back so was not on here as often as I would have liked. I just wanted to say how awesome and beautiful your dog is! I don't have any updated photos of my dogs on LT yet, but hope to soon. I have 4 American Bulldogs and 2 mini-dachshunds. They are Remy 115 lb male, Lyla 85 lb. female, Darla-65-70 lb female (R & L's puppy) and Rae 65 lb female (R & L's puppy)Doxies Boston & Kaia- females 20 lbs and 30? lbs respectively-Dogs rule! Mary Beth
You have such a big, pretty doggie woggie!!
I haven't found your thread yet, after going through 6 pages of threads. Would you post the url either in my profile or on my 2012 thread so I can star you in return?
Happy Birthday on Saturday. I hope it is a special day for you.
Hi There. I'm a member of the 75 challenge group. I'm compiling a list of birthdays and sending messages to those whose birthday I don't have as yet. Would you please send your birthday either to the birthday thread, listed below,
http://www.librarything.com/topic/105833
or to my home page:http://www.librarything.com/profile/Whisper1
What kind of dog is that in your picture?
Finn is very very handsome. The little guy on my page is Evan. Since he is a welshman his full name is, of course, Evan Evans.
*French Lessons* is by Alice Kaplan -- a delight.

My thread is here

I've read a lot of french poetry, novels and history that I haven't entered yet..... I've been reading v e r y slowly through the essays of Montaigne..... every single one is such a gem, each one knocks my chaussettes off my chaussures, in part why I'm taking so long -- they are like prose poems.

a bientot!

I'm doing much the same as you... trying to make a dent in my BTR pile! There are only few letters that I've had to go out and buy a book for. Thanks for your 'X' sygegstion. I'll keep it in mind.

Good luck with your challenge (and your senior year).
Hi Natalie,

I see from your Read YA! Lit group "What are you reading in March" post that you're doing an alphabet challenge. I'm doing one as well. I was wondering how far ahead you've planned your books? Have you by any chance found an "X" book that fits into the YA category? I pretty much have all letters covered except for "X". In fact, I have multiple options for most letters sitting in my TBR pile. (I have an extensive TBR pile! I just can't seem to stop buying books!)

If you can recommend a title, I'd love to hear it.

Thanks!
Andy.
thank u thank u THANK U!!!!!!!
but then again, how do you get them out of the Currently Reading section?
Oh my God THANK YOU!
wow, thanks! you are so helpful!
How do you add that little section Currently Reading on your profile? I have been stuggling to figure it out.
haha yeah im gonna take french & orchestra all 4 yrs

im rlly into anything [except informational/boringbooks]

especially "chick flicks" & fantasy/advenrrute :]
haha i geuss i am lucky XP

dood thats so kewl that u went to france! i wanna go some day :]

yeah.. imactually taking highest level coursees fer teh fun of it, so i prlly havemore hw.. but is managable

im actually in geomatry rite now XD
the change btwn middle skewl to high skkewl wasnt too earth shattering fer meh. it just has more ppl & more places to go XP

& then we have an advisory period which fer the moment is just sit & do nothing XD

lots of RLLY CUTE GUYS :]

im taking french as well! alltho rite now it seems RLLY easy fer meh [fr 2]

i like all my teachers & i LOVE skewl... its just that i dont like having to do a lot of homework & i have mroe HW than most ppl cuz im in IB [international baccalurete]
Yea!
I really liked the Thief it was very surprising at the end!
I saw that we shared 61 books and I did a double take.
That's what made me decide to comment you.
Bye!
Hello there;
I had a great time going through your library. You own and have read A LOT of books for someone your age! That is fabulous! I had quite a collection when I was a teenager and, for some reason, I sold many of my books at garage sales. I wish I could get them back. So many of the books I owned then are now out of print. Hold on to your books! I especially wouldn't get rid of the Pipi Longstocking books or the Raggedy Ann and Andy books. I also decided to check out The Zookeeper's Wife based on your review. Keep up the reading!
Pam
We share nearly 100 books, so I thought I'd have a look at your others. You have a good library:)
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