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About meMy Ratings:
5 Stars-LOVED IT!!Will recommend to anyone(Not necessarily genre specific)
4 1/2 Stars-Almost Perfect -Would recommend to genre specific readers
4 Stars-Really Good Book Highly recommend
3 1/2 Stars-More connection to this but still something missing
3 Stars- Good Book but some things didn't connect with me
2 1/2 Stars- just didn't connect to this book but was ok
2 Stars- just ok - I finished it - won't recommend
1 & 1 1/2 Stars-Meh don't bother not worth your time

About my libraryMy library is not necessarily books I own .I am a librarian so they feel like my books.But this is my reading collection and is a work in progress.

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Groups40-Something Library Thingers, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, A Quieter LibraryThing, All Things Discworldian - The Guild of Pratchett Fans, Audiobooks, Author Interviews: You ask the questions!, Banned Booksshow all groups

Favorite authorsSarah Addison Allen, Juliet Blackwell, Patricia Briggs, Orson Scott Card, Loraine Despres, David Eddings, Neil Gaiman, Charlaine Harris, Juliet Marillier, Anne McCaffrey, Louis A. Meyer, Michelle Moran, Garth Nix, Terry Pratchett, J. K. Rowling, Cate Tiernan (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Fargo, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Southridge Centre

Favorite librariesNew Rockford Public Library, North Dakota State Library

Favorite publishersBell Bridge Books, Candlewick Press, HarperCollins Childrens Books, HighBridge, Hyperion and Voice, Orbit Books, Penguin Australia, Sourcebooks Landmark, Tundra Books, W.W. Norton


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Hi - I believe I received it from Putnam Books quite awhile ago. It was a wonderful book, I hope you are able to get it!
Glad to hear that you got your copy of Lie Still. I just finished it in the wee hours of this morning. I thought it was very well written. Hope you enjoy it, too!

Hi again! - I guess I should have just waited a few more days. I had a knock on the door this afternoon and UPS brought me a copy of Lie Still. It was sent from Random House in NYC. Hopefully yours will be along soon! - Wendy
Hi - I was just wondering if you ever got your copy of Lie Still from the May Early Reviewer batch. Mine has not come yet and I sent another note to Jeremy but never heard anything back this time. I am sure that he had just started to poke the publishers for non-received books from May so it is possible that he does not have an answer yet. I remembered you were one of the others who were waiting for Lie Still. - Wendy

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How funny! We do seem to get the same books and have similar tastes, don't we? This one looks like it will be good. I hope we both love it.
Hi Susie!
Just wanted to say hi after crossing paths with you in the Hogwarts Express group and I see we share some relatively uncommon but really fun books! I notice you're a blogger and Twitter-er too so I'll be sure to check out your sites!
elbakerone / lisa :)
Hi Susie, I'm sorry about that - I think the code expired Dec. 31 and then I just pulled the book from Smashwords and B&N a few days ago as I am going to be giving Amazon Kindle a 90 day exclusive on the ebook version, as they will give me some special promotions in exchange which will hopefully get the word out about the book some more. Would you be able to use a PDF by any chance? If that would help, feel free to send me your email address.
Hey Susie,

I'm really sorry. I mistakenly posted the giveaway as a physical book instead of an e-book, so when I received the list of winners, no emails were included. Are you interested in receiving a free e-mail book version of the novel? If so, send me your e-mail address (mine is, and I'll point you to a free copy.


Thank you so much for your kind and thoughtful review of Artemis Rising. I truly appreciate your time and your thoughts. Thrilled you enjoyed it!!

~Cheri =)
Blood Ties is now listed and reserved for you.
I sent an email via BM but it seems you didn't receive it?
Liz has accepted my request for Blood Ties and says she'll send it in a week. I'll be in touch.
~ Helen
Wow - that is one fully-loaded holiday photo! Love it. :) (And I have that same sweater from your Thanksgiving photo. :p )
Nope, can't do it with the pointy brackets. Here it is with a substitute for the pointy brackets:

[a href="Your thread code or any link code here"]English words describing your link here[/a]

Susie, here is how you link your current thread to your profile:

1. Click on your thread and copy the address at the top of your thread
2. At the upper right corner of the white part of your profile page (right next to "widgets"), click on edit profile
3. Choose where you want to add your link and paste in your thread address
4. (Using the pointy brackets above your comma and period keys, instead of the ones I'm using) Before that address, add: [a href="
5. After your thread address, add the rest of the code: "] My current thread here[/a]

I'm going to try to write the whole code with the pointy brackets to see if it copies:

English words describing your link here

Hope this makes sense to you. You can visit Tad's thread if it doesn't.

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susie..amazing. I looked at BookTalk & saw your post. I thought let me see what she reads and maybe I can find something interesting. Now I am here wondering who you are! lol!! I mean that as a comparrison to myself actually. Your books have you all over the place. It's nice to see someone not at all genre or age limited to what they read. I know this makes little sense to you but I do see you are a librarian...that might add this all up for me.

I just finished "The Center Cannot Hold". I was amazed by it and surprised when I saw it on our shared reads. "The Hunger Games" my 24 yr old daughter-in-law has been trying to convince me to read these.

The Book Thief, The Thirteenth Tale and Watership Down are my favorites.

I will be "nicely stalking" your books for new thoughts. Love seeing you do reviews too. Funny, I have never read one Daphne Du Maurier! I also want to try a "world building" book. So glad to have bumped into your page! Thank you greatly.
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