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About meMy challenge threads:

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About my libraryMy library includes many books I inherited from my grandmother. We had similar reading tastes. I haven't read most of the books I inherited from her, but I kept only those that I thought I might eventually read.

Groups1010 Category Challenge, 2013 Category Challenge, 2014 Category Challenge, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Agatha Christie, Anglophiles, Canadian Fiction/Non-Fiction Reading Challengeshow all groups

Favorite authorsCatherine Aird, Margery Allingham, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Agatha Christie, Wilkie Collins, Theodore Dalrymple, Charles Dickens, John Donne, Emily Kimbrough, C. S. Lewis, Betty MacDonald, Ngaio Marsh, Jack Neely, Louise Penny, Elizabeth Peters, Ellis Peters, Dorothy L. Sayers, Thomas Sowell, Patricia Sprinkle, Josephine Tey, Anthony Trollope, Jacqueline Winspear, Xiaolong Qiu (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesAllen County Public Library - Main Library, Disciples of Christ Historical Society Library & Archives, East Tennessee History Center, Family History Library, Knox County Library - South Knoxville Branch, Nashville Public Library - Main Library, Society of Genealogists Library, Tipton County Public Library

Other favoritesThe National Archives in Washington, DC, Million Dollar Book Sale

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Member sinceJun 13, 2008

Currently readingSonnets (The Shakespeare Collection) by William Shakespeare
The secret Holocaust diaries : the untold story of Nonna Bannister by Nonna Bannister
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Finding God : a treasury of conversion stories by John M. Mulder
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Hi,

I'm sorry to hear about your cold. Hopefully by the time you're reading this, you're already feeling better.

I didn't mention anything about Lord Harold Trowbridge because I wasn't sure if you were following the series or not. I agree with you about the series kind of going downhill since he's gone. I'm also wondering if it isn't headed towards it's end soon. Stephanie Barron seems to be keeping very close to chronological reality in terms of Austen's life, and she doesn't really have all that much longer left. Still, I did receive the next installment as a birthday gift last year, so maybe it'll get better.

Again, I hope you're feeling better or, if not, at least your weekend gave you a chance to rest.

Take care.
Hello Carrie!

I'm sorry it's taken me so long to answer; I go a bit MIA when I have a work string due to the long days.

Thank you so much for answering my questions. As for opening a bug report, that sounds like a good idea to me. I'm just not entirely sure that I quite understand how, but I think I can figure it out if I click around a bit.

Well, it took a while, but I finally finished [Full Dark House] just a bit ago. I absolutely loved it. By the way, I saw that have [Jane and the Madness of Lord Byron], have you read it yet? It was the last of the Jane Austen series I read and I have to say I was actually a bit disappointed by it.

I can understand you not wanting freezing rain, but here it is warming up to mid-80s already and I'm a bit grumpy about losing weeks our respite from the summer.

I hope you're well!

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