lady_songsmith: (rather read)
Because Twitter is not the forum for prolonged or nuanced discussions, behold a forum for all of your Mary Russell related thinky thoughts.

In the interests of not influencing the direction of discussion, I'll take mine to comments too rather than putting them here. :)
lady_songsmith: owl (worldbuilding)
Guys, look at my 'currently reading' list. Now try to imagine the current status of my brain. Yes, that buzzing sound you're hearing is my world-building centers gone into overdrive.

HELP!
lady_songsmith: owl (worldbuilding)
Guys, look at my 'currently reading' list. Now try to imagine the current status of my brain. Yes, that buzzing sound you're hearing is my world-building centers gone into overdrive.

HELP!
lady_songsmith: owl (Default)
All right, I've successfully finished the preliminary round of sorting out my very, very long list of books... which cannot even really be said to be a 'to-read' list so much as a 'hey, that looks neat!' list. (and also a way to jigger the automatic recommendations on Amazon and now LibraryThing so as to get more suggestions for neat-looking titles.)  This is my list at LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/catalog/ladysongsmith - you'll want to make sure the folder drop down in the upper left is set to 'all collections' or it'll look pretty bare.

A word or ten here on the setup - if you use my recommended view, you'll see the book cover, author, title, publication date, my tags, and my comments. The tags at present are solely reflecting where to get the books: circulating/use in library/not at city for NYC public library, local/available for my local county's system.  I take suggestions for what to put on my request list next - circulating & local have the best chance of being easily obtainable, followed by available. Books tagged use in library may become more attractive if I decide to go ahead with the dance classes I'm considering, in which case I'd have a couple hours to kill once a week.

So, I think what I'm going to do in these posts is touch on a couple of recent reads, and you can look back on my lists at LibraryThing if anything seems interesting.

Non-fiction: Fish on Friday, Sisterhood of Spies, We Are At War, London 1945 )

Fiction: God of the Hive )
lady_songsmith: owl (Default)
All right, I've successfully finished the preliminary round of sorting out my very, very long list of books... which cannot even really be said to be a 'to-read' list so much as a 'hey, that looks neat!' list. (and also a way to jigger the automatic recommendations on Amazon and now LibraryThing so as to get more suggestions for neat-looking titles.)  This is my list at LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/catalog/ladysongsmith - you'll want to make sure the folder drop down in the upper left is set to 'all collections' or it'll look pretty bare.

A word or ten here on the setup - if you use my recommended view, you'll see the book cover, author, title, publication date, my tags, and my comments. The tags at present are solely reflecting where to get the books: circulating/use in library/not at city for NYC public library, local/available for my local county's system.  I take suggestions for what to put on my request list next - circulating & local have the best chance of being easily obtainable, followed by available. Books tagged use in library may become more attractive if I decide to go ahead with the dance classes I'm considering, in which case I'd have a couple hours to kill once a week.

So, I think what I'm going to do in these posts is touch on a couple of recent reads, and you can look back on my lists at LibraryThing if anything seems interesting.

Non-fiction: Fish on Friday, Sisterhood of Spies, We Are At War, London 1945 )

Fiction: God of the Hive )

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