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Shire Books

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The shire's books


Please list the books you have and where they are located. These books are owned by the shire and are available for check out.



  • (Your books here, Bran)


Cooking Guild

  • A Collection of Medieval & Rennaissance Cookbooks (Sofya)
  • Home Winemaking from A-Z (Roana)
  • How to Cook Foorsoothly (Sofya)



  • (Your books here, Roana)


The members' books


There is now a Wurm Wald LibraryThing where people can keep track of their own SCA-relevant books and comment on their usefulness for various projects:



If you want to list your books, contact Lynette for the password (and, if desired, a quick LibraryThing  101 introduction.)

Comments (4)

Lynette said

at 1:04 pm on Mar 19, 2013

What about making a LibraryThing where everyone can post information about their own personal collections as well as the Shire collections? LibraryThing is really easy to use and really easy to annotate, which would let us share our opinions of how valuable certain books were for certain projects (i.e. "page 53 is the best recipe for _____ to scale up to Maidens quantities" or "page 98 has information Lady X might want to use for her project Y"). It's also searchable, taggable, and shareable.

(says the enthusiastic library-and-info-scientist :D)

Tomaris Kapalomeni said

at 1:33 pm on Mar 19, 2013

I love librarything!

Anne McKinney said

at 2:26 pm on Mar 19, 2013

I've never used it, but it sounds like a good resource. :-)

Lynette said

at 10:40 pm on Mar 19, 2013

OK, it's been made! I've filled in some of my books (aka the ones still on the coffee table). I'll hand around the shared password at the next meeting, so as not to post it in public. :D

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