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Twainy
I read therefore I am.
Read-y_Picker
Picky reader. Expanding horizons slowly but unsurely. Montreal, Canada. Books, barks, Battlestar Gallactica. https://www.goodreads.com/read-y-picker
sprainedbrain
Equal-opportunity reader, unapologetic liberal, Jane Austen fangirl/organizer of #PemberLittens www.sprainedbrain.blog www.goodreads.com/sprainedbrain
AUDIOBOOKINGWITHLEAH
Obsessed with Audiobooks 🎧 ~ INFP-T Mediator 🤝 ~ Gemini ♊ ~ 🦀 Leg Eater and Eggo devourer ~ American
NikkiM5
📚 and 🍷. Lover of King. “They better not start anything. They just better not.” Carrie White
Gaylagal2
I like to read true crime, biographies, general nonfiction, general fiction and more! "Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend"..Groucho Marx
Cazxxx
🦇 Eclectic witch 🧙‍♀️/Crystal lover 🔮/Plant lover 🪴/Bookworm 📚/True crime addict 🩸/Metalhead 🎸/Crafts 🪡/Spiritual 🧘🏼‍♀️
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
😻 Bibliophile 📚 Traveller 🌎 Feminist ♀️✊ Canadian 🇨🇦 ✒Host #PoutinePenPals 💌
marleed
To this Litten community: I can‘t imagine moving through a pandemic without you!
Traci1
Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them. -Lemony Snickett
Chrissyreadit
Follow me on storygraph (same name). Link to Litsy info and tips for new members :) : https://sites.google.com/view/litsywelcomewagon/home
BookwormAHN
I probably won't outlive my tbr, but I'm going to try. www.goodreads.com/user/show/6934130-ashley
Chelsea.Poole
Librarian📚 Audiobook at all times. Nature, essays, bios, literary fiction and mysteries/thrillers are my favorites 🌻
JessClark78
Reader. Bibliophile. Coffee addict. Mother of cats. Ravenclaw. House Stark. My favorite genres are Horror, Fantasy, Sci-fi, and Gothic Literature.
LibrarianRyan
Book crazy, or just crazy? You decide. ----------Same screen name on Litsy, Twitter, GoodReads, LibraryThing, BookSirens
wanderinglynn
Traveling spherically. https://linktr.ee/wanderinglynn
ozma.of.oz
WORDS IN THE HEART CAN NOT BE TAKEN. ~ Sir Terry Pratchett, “Feet of Clay”