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TBR (453), acquired in 2011 (263), acquired in 2012 (134), fiction (107), read in 2011 (86), 11 in 11 (72), acquired in 2022 (62), acquired in 2021 (53), memoir (50), acquired in 2010 (49), gift (49), Little Free Library (47), acquired in 2016 (40), non-fiction (37), acquired in 2013 (36), Acquired in 2017 (35), acquired in 2023 (26), read in 2012 (26), American (23), England (22), children's literature (22), historical fiction (21), 20th century (21), free (20), owned but unread (18), 1001 books (18), re-read in 2011 (17), classic (17), read in 2013 (17), family (16), 19th century (16), read in 2010 (16), acquired in 2014 (13), British (12), London (12), contemporary fiction (11), coming of age (11), Thingaversary (10), audiobook (10), Nobel author (9), read-aloud (9), acquired in 2015 (9), NYT 10 best of 2022 (9), re-read in 2010 (8), fantasy (8), NYT 10 best of 2023 (8), British literature (8), immigrants (7), Booker shortlist (7), young adult (7), Orange longlist (7), read in 2021 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Gått med
Nov 7, 2010
Riktigt namn
Anne
Om mitt bibliotek
My library is a mess. It includes many of the books I own but is also missing many. I forget to add new books and don't have a good way of keeping track of Kindle books and audiobooks. I'm never sure what to do about books I've read but don't own--like library books.










Vistelseort
Washington, DC
Medlemskap
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Boklådor: Busboys and Poets - 14th & V, Nantucket Bookworks, Politics and Prose, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Second Story Books

Bibliotek: D.C. Public Library Mount Pleasant Branch

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