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Virginia S. Wood, Psy.D.
A propos de ma bibliothèque

I'll read almost anything*, but any more I tend to only own non-fiction books: Bird books, pet care books, psychology books; books on teaching, genealogy, or photography. And, of course, my Buddhist library.

I used to, only half-joking, tell everybody who would listen that I was a Fahrenheit 451 baby. To me, books are near-on sacred! I have always proclaimed that anything you could ever possibly want to know was in a book, somewhere. Getting lost in the stacks was a constant hazard for me in college and grad school!

So many books, so little time. . . .

*actually, that's not true. I won't read, on principle, any novel whose front flap describes the men by the contents of their characters and the women by their success at the mandatory performance of femininity. Nor will I read anything whose plot hinges on a male protagonist avenging or rescuing a female victim. That goes double for novels with multiple female victims.

A propos de moi

Avid reader, widow, retired clinical psychologist, college instructor, amateur genealogist, birder, photography hobbyist.

You can also find me out there in the fediverse as @LowlyAdjunct@mastodon.social and on Bookwyrm as @SoManyBooks@bookwyrm.social

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Marietta, GA (USA)
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Bibliothèques: Cobb County Public Library - Gritters Library, Horace W. Sturgis Library, Kennesaw State University, Lawrence V. Johnson Library, Southern Polytechnic State University

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