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Acerca de míFortysomething Mum with not enough reading time.
One room still to tackle; boxes at my parents' house to come over soon. Some tweaking of editions and manual entry still required on the existing data.
Acerca de mi bibliotecaHUGE. You may think that there are a lot of books in a public library, but that's just peanuts compared to space. Er. Well. Something like that. And my parents have far more than I do, they just haven't catalogued them all yet...
There's some university set reading, some comfort reading, a lot of parenting and pregnancy books, a good handful of craft books (knitting and cross-stitching), not nearly as many cookery books as I'd like, and a good selection of reference. The collection grows on a weekly basis, though.
There are no 'wanted', 'borrowed', or unowned items on this list. I have wishlists on Amazon and ThingsILove; titles I have lost (had stolen, in many cases) or sold would take up space and make searching my existing library even harder. If I haven't physically found the book in the course of my cataloguing, it doesn't get listed (even though I know I own or once owned a copy of it...).
Wishlist for anyone who trawls charity shops as regularly as I do and is interested in swapping finds: any second-hand (even tatty) Wodehouse other than the Psmith novels;any Armada Pony books (even duplicates); David Nobbs' The Better World Of Reginald Perrin (particularly the tv-tie-in edition with Leonard Rossiter on the cover). Ta.