Follow-up on LibraryThing

So I ended up purchasing a lifetime subscription to LibraryThing in February but then I was unable to do much of anything with it until yesterday. While it is getting a bit tedious (because I have a lot of old books that don’t have ISBN numbers), I am enjoying cataloguing my library. I am learning that some of the books I bought because they are pretty and old, but lack dust jackets or blurbs about the plot actually sound pretty interesting. One of the novels titled “Katherine” by Anya Seton is about 14th century Great Britain which is a genre I’ve read a few times. Another novel titled “It Can Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis looks to be a dystopian novel that  depicts a fascist government takeover of the United States.

One of the novels titled “Katherine” by Anya Seton is about 14th century Great Britain which is a genre I’ve read a few times. Another novel titled “It Can Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis looks to be a dystopian novel that  depicts a fascist government takeover of the United States.

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