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Aug 6, 2007
Om mitt bibliotek

My Books: "Collections" is apparently self-defined by each LT member. I want to distinguish books I own a physical copy of from books I borrowed from the library. So the "My library" collection is books I own. There's a collection also for "Have read, don't own" for public library books. I am trying to deactivate the "Your library" collection because it's MY library, dammit.

I begin reading vastly more books than I care to finish so I give thanks for public libraries. My home library is getting bigger than than my house can easily accommodate. I hate culling my stuff.

Om mig
Introverted urban hermit. I relish stories about quirky characters, eccentric families, unusual friendships, and life's absurdities.

Also a craven information seeker, so well-researched nonfiction fills some of that abyss.

I weep for the earth's critters.
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