- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- member since February 4, 2007
ForEsmeWLAS’s last login was Thursday, April 12, 2012.
Thanks for accepting me as a friend. I noticed you have some of the same titles as I do on your shelf. I needed someone who has a great many nonfiction titles to ask this question of: How do you shelf your books in your library at home. The fiction is easy for me - I don't have that many, so it's not an issue. But, I have loads of nonfiction and outside of checking Amazon or library catalogues, I don't know how to determine what catagories to put the ones, which don't have a catagory on the cover or on the lead page, in. Do you have some suggestions or ideas?
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What huge list you have! you probably didn't watch much tv, still we have some similar reads. I have trouble finding books that move me. Do you have any suggestions? I like satire, relationships, and courage. Two authors you might want to look into are James Salter and Julian Barnes. Joe Heller said that he loved Barnes and recommended Flaubert's Parrot. Salter wrote A Sport and a Pastime.
Thank you so very much for reminding me about Ayaan Hirsi Ali' book. I had been intending to read it since seeing her on 60 MINUTES. What a daring lady. I'm sure the book is great especially from the critiques and synopsis. Gotta check it out. Thanks again for the reminder. email@example.com