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May 23, 2006
Real Name
Justin Viskoc
About My Library
I don't own many books. Any of the books listed on my "shelf" are books that I've checked out from the public library that I work out and have read. I don't believe in owning books, as other people can use them after you've read them once. But that's just me. :P

I have a certain tag system set up which I like. The first tag will be the status of the book at the moment, the second is where I heard of the book/decided to read it, and the third is which library it's from.
About Me
Howdy there. My name is Justin and I work at the Paseo Verde Library in Henderson, Nevada. Circulation Desk, in particular. I'm the person who checks the books out to you and checks them in as well. I see a lot of books come through my library and have a to-be-read-list in my head that equals out to be miles long.

I'm weird with what I like to read. I like fantasy, but not all. I like science fiction, but not all. I like most historical fiction books, however. It just depends on how I'm feeling as I open that first page.

By the way, if the book hasn't gotten me by page 15, it's out the window and I'm onto my next read.

Got any questions? Feel free to leave me a comment!
Henderson, Nevada, USA
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Biblioteques: Henderson District Public Libraries - Green Valley Library, James I. Gibson Library - Henderson Libraries, Lydia Malcolm Library - Henderson Libraries, Paseo Verde Library - Henderson Libraries

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