4 Responses to “What I’ve been reading”

  1. jmc December 21, 2008 at 3:53 PM #

    Library Thing has some ebooks, but it is really hit or miss — no K.A. Mitchell, but Josh Lanyon’s Adrien English mysteries appear, as do a bunch of Lorelei James’s ebooks. Maybe because they have print editions?

    I’ve added several ebooks manually, and once the titles are in, the program matches titles across other readers’ Library Thing accounts. There are 5 users (including me) who have Collision Course in their libraries.

  2. Angie December 21, 2008 at 4:12 PM #

    I can’t figure out how to add it, even now that I’ve found it in there. When I click “add to library” it takes me back to the main add book page searching Amazon. Very frustrating.

    I do know I can add books manually but I’m lazy and I want it all done for me.

    And I do think a lot of the Samhain ebooks you find through Amazon search on LT might be ones that are already available or soon to be available in print.

  3. Karen December 21, 2008 at 11:43 PM #

    If the ebook of your choice isn’t on LibraryThing, it’s a simple thing to add it – shouldn’t be a big problem for you to add the cover as well. Doing so makes it easier for the rest of us. I keep my entire library there, e or not and use tags to track which are DTB’s.

  4. Angie December 22, 2008 at 9:04 AM #

    But I’m LAZY. I don’t want to add it myself. Okay, probably it’s not so much that I’m lazy, but that it’s just one more thing to suck the time out of my day and I already need more time!

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