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About meMaterials scientist by day, fiction writer by night. I mostly write cross-genre sf/romance, and it's mostly gay romance. Yes, it's original character slash...

I'm a member of the LibraryThing Early Reviewers blog circle -- my main blog is on DreamWidth and Livejournal, but you can also find my book and DVD reviews mirrored on my book-orientated Wordpress blog, along with my LTER blogroll. Discussion welcome at any of the above, although most of it seems to take place on My LiveJournal.

About my libraryI've been an sf fan as far back as I can remember (literally), and my fiction library is heavily weighted towards sf&f. There's a fair bit of mystery as well, and a scarily large number of Folio Society books of all genres. I write cross-genre romance, so those are in the mix as well. The latter are mostly ARCs, because I get sent things to blurb. :-)

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2012, Ask LibraryThing, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, BBC Radio 4 Listeners, Book Care and Repair, Book of the month club, Bug Collectors, Build the Open Shelves Classification, CueCat questions and help, Early Reviewersshow all groups

Favorite authorsAlma Alexander, Iain Banks, Chaz Brenchley, Lois McMaster Bujold, W. J. Burley, Reginald Hill, P. D. James, Tanith Lee, Edward Marston, Barbara Paul, Terry Pratchett, Charles Stross, James White (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBookBuyers - Mountain View, Didsbury Village Bookshop, EJ Morten Booksellers, The Works (Manchester), Waterstones Manchester Deansgate

Favorite librariesCentral Library, Manchester, Didsbury Library

Other favoritesOxfam Didsbury, Eastercon 2010 - Odyssey - Heathrow, Eastercon 2012 - Olympus - Heathrow

Favorite publishersOrbit Books, Penguin Australia


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Member sinceMay 16, 2006

Currently readingThe Miserable Git: The Wife in Space Volume 1 by Neil Perryman

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