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Member: anime_miz

CollectionsYour library (353), Wishlist (2), All collections (354)

Reviews32 reviews

Tagsbl (69), graphic novel (59), reviewed (35), artbook (34), Japanese (31), manga (22), adult (21), strategy guide (19), erotica (18), autographed (16) — see all tags

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Recommendations4 recommendations

About my libraryThis is filled with books that I have and owned. I am a collector for many Japanese art books, bl graphic novels, writing or librarian relevant books.

Many books that I mentioned that are reviewed, are mostly with links to here.

GroupsBookMooching, Librarians who LibraryThing, Yaoi

Favorite authorsJeffery Deaver, Terry Pratchett (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresAsahiya Bookstore New York, BOOKOFF New York, Books Kinokuniya - New York

Favorite librariesNew York Public Library - Mid-Manhattan Library


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Real nameLinda

LocationNew York

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceNov 27, 2006

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Great to see that someone else is working on Scott again! I had a quick look at the first few you added - they look fine, as far as I can see. Only thing missing, and it's something I only started doing recently myself, at Jeremy's suggestion, is pasting the full title into the Summary field for books with long titles that get truncated in the standard title field.

I haven't done much with tags so far, apart from indicating catalogue sections and administrative things like "wrong edition", but it might be interesting to add some of our own "subjective" tags ("narrative verse", "Scandinavian folktales", "restoration drama", or whatever), provided we can come up with a consistent way of distinguishing between our tags and those we get from Cochrane's interpretation of Scott's shelving system.

BTW: I like your choice of words: "tentatively testing my foot" - the main reason I got so much Scott done over the summer was that I was at home with a broken leg. Now that I'm "tentatively testing my foot" again, the physio has me out exercising it several times a day, and I don't get much time for sitting behind the computer!

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