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A Brief Note for Home Librarians

This is just a brief note to point out a small addition to our site, and to make a recommendation to those with large home libraries.  For the past year, I’ve been using LibraryThing as my cataloging solution.  My library isn’t the largest, by any means–some users boast well over 10,000 volumes–but I have more than I can track in my head.  But in any case, it’s a helpful way to keep track of what you’ve bought, what you’ve read, what you’d like to buy, and what you hated.  I started an account so I could organize my books more efficiently (I’m going with the Library of Congress system), but I’m using the system to help me spend my book budget more wisely.  If you’re interested, you can click through the link in this post.  Note: It’s free to add up to 200 volumes, but you can buy a lifetime membership for about $25.

Grace & Peace,
Dan J.

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