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About my libraryScience fiction, alternate history & time travel mainly. There's a fair few horror and thrillers.

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Favorite authorsNeal Asher, Isaac Asimov, Stephen Baxter, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Orson Scott Card, Arthur C. Clarke, Edmund Cooper, Stephen Fry, Peter F. Hamilton, Robert A. Heinlein, James P. Hogan, Ben Jeapes, Dean Koontz, Ken MacLeod, Robert McCammon, Jack McDevitt, Larry Niven, Robert Reed, Alastair Reynolds, Robert J. Sawyer, Dan Simmons, Charles Stross, Harry Turtledove, Sean Williams (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingSeeds of Earth by Michael Cobley

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Hi Steve,

Given you read my spiritual suspense thriller THE LAST DAY, I wanted to let you know that my new book THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD & EVIL was released last week by MacMillan.

Publishers Weekly says: "Kleier's undeniably gripping second spiritual thriller is bound to provoke just as many arguments as his controversial first novel, THE LAST DAY. THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD & EVIL is the first of a trilogy, and Kleier's many fans will only hope they won't have to wait long for the next installment."

If you enjoyed LAST DAY, I think you'll find KNOWLEDGE an even more engaging read.

Thanks, and best wishes,

Glenn Kleier
gkleier@gmail.com
http://www.kleier.com
Hi Steve,

As a friend of mine here, will you also do me the honor of joining the Facebook page for my new novel, THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD & EVIL (MacMillan, July 2011)? The page will feature upcoming events that I think you’ll find interesting.

To kick things off we'll be issuing major updates starting June 18th, including the premier of the KNOWLEDGE video trailer. It's unlike any I've ever seen, and I trust you'll feel the same.

Please follow this link and click "Like"--

http://on.fb.me/kRb95M

Hope to see you there!

With much appreciation,

Glenn Kleier
Author of THE LAST DAY (Warner Books)
i JUST got back on at the Starbucks at Safeway's and you can stll join up thanks.
Steve
You recommended Flood by Steve Baxter awhile ago to me - finally got around to reading it and found it quite enjoyable. The beginning was better than the end I have to say, but I enjoyed reading it.
Thanks
John
Hi, Steve,

Thanks for the kind words. You're right, I need to post some books here, I've got a library of thousands, managed to add some of them to Shelfari and Goodreads, and if ever I can clear my desk, I'll surely do so here. This next book is the first of a trilogy I'm obligated to finish, got a long way to go, and that's kept my nose to the keyboard. All the best to you!
One Morning in Sarajevo isn't a particularly good book because it isn't at all well written but it is about a very interesting subject.
Hi Steve,

"Interesting Libraries" is a good way of finding out what others are up to. Also check out the discussion groups. You have put on a heck of a lot of books in a short time...it takes me ages.

Alan P.

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