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CollectionsRead (1,193), Your library (835), Wishlist (37), To read (19), Favorites (11), All collections (2,057)

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Tagsbookpedia (1,144), historical mystery (733), series (590), england (303), roman (72), medieval (55), fantasy (42), egypt (37), history (27), australia (25) — see all tags

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About meI'm a reader, not a collector, but I keep books I really enjoy and know I will read again. I prefer paperbacks to hardcovers, read mostly ebooks using the Kindle app on my iPad, and listen to many audiobooks.

I like to read series books in order. I don't skip ahead and I hate spoilers. If I don't like a book, I don't finish it for the sake of finishing it -- I move on to another. I often have more than one book going at a time, as long as they are different genres.

My husband is a big reader, too, and like many of you, our home is overflowing with books. We need more shelves!

About my libraryThese are mostly my historical mysteries. I also read (some) contemporary mysteries, historical novels, fantasies, adventure/thrillers, many non-fiction histories, and have seemingly endless shelves of reference books on everything from writing and editing to computer (Macintosh and web development, etc.) and nature field guides (mostly birds).

CAVEAT: I have NOT read all of the books in my list. There are many there that I'm waiting to acquire and/or that are on my TO BE READ list.

GroupsAncient History, Bloggers, Build the Open Shelves Classification, Fforde Ffans, Historical Fiction, Historical Mysteries, History: On learning from and writing history, Mac Users at LibraryThing

Favorite authorsSusan Wittig Albert, Rhys Bowen, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Lindsey Davis, Jasper Fforde, Nigel G. Tranter, Arthur Upfield (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresAntiquarian Bookmart, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Bandera, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Fiesta Trail, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Ingram Festival, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - San Pedro, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - The Arena Hub, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - The Shops at La Cantera, Books-A-Million #826, Cheever Books, Half Price Books, Half Price Books - Bandera Rd., Half Price Books - Broadway, Half Price Books - Loop 410/San Pedro, Nine Lives Affordable Books, The Great Exchange, The Twig Book Shop, Viva! Books

Favorite librariesBloomsburg Public Library, Castroville Public Library, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, Family History Center, McBride Memorial Library, San Antonio Public Library - Central Library, San Antonio Public Library - John Igo Library, San Antonio Public Library - Memorial Library, Scranton Public (Albright Memorial) Library, Thomas Beaver Free Library, Tunkhannock Public Library, Wyoming Free Library


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