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Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
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Grups
S'ha unit
Feb 5, 2021
Nom real
Kathleen (Kate)
Sobre la meva biblioteca

I 1have only been using LibraryThing since 2021, so my collection here does not include the majority of books I have read. I am gradually adding those earlier books I consider important. I have vitelliform macular dystrophy and because of the resulting visual impairment, I can now only read audio books.

I am an active member of LT’s Club Read and I try to review the books I’m reading there.

Sobre mi

Retired software engineer. Born and spent most of my life in Australia. Had intended to retire in Australia in 2017, but. due to decline in health I’m now permanently in New York. An expat in one of the best cities in the world.

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New York
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https://www.librarything.com/profile/kjuliff
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Ara mateix l'estic llegint
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Llibreries: Metropolitan Museum of Art Shop, Shakespeare and Co. New York

Biblioteques: New York Public Library - 96th Street Branch, New York Public Library - Grand Central Library, New York Public Library - Map Division

Altres: Central Park, 92nd Street Y, Museum of the City of New York

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