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Tagsfiction (457), non-fiction (143), fantasy (110), sf (97), kid lit (76), non-white author (55), law (48), short stories (42), queer (27), desi (27) — see all tags

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About meWriter, lawyer, editor.

About my libraryLots of books. Lots and lots. Spread all over the country so I never know what I have at any one time. I like science fiction, twentieth-century literature and chick-lit, but my favourite book is Three Men In A Boat.

(If you're wondering why I tag books as "non-white author" - see here.)

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Favorite authorsDiane Duane, Ursula K. Le Guin, Diana Wynne Jones, Terry Pratchett, J. K. Rowling, Connie Willis (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBlackwell's Oxford, Broadhurst's Booksellers, News From Nowhere, Pritchard's Bookshop, The Inner Bookshop

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Real nameIona

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Member sinceNov 2, 2005

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Raven - Thank you so much for the three(!) books you sent for SantaThing. They were my only surprise gifts this year, and I loved opening them and reading each one's back cover. I hope your SantaThing Santa was just as good to you. Happy 2010. Cheers! Nancy
Ah. Just curious cause i had never even heard of jerome k. jerome til i had read connie willis' book. she has since sort of dissapointed me as it appears that she's only written 3 good books out of the entirety of her ouvre, but i have to thank her for introducing me to jerome k. jerome. that and the three good ones she wrote were really good. it's just a shame there were only three.
Your review of night watch happened to pop up on my own review page and caught my eye. I believe you to be 100% correct in everything you said. Vimes is one of the richest characters in all of discworld and Night Watch really gets into his various dichotomies. Well done. On a website where, up until now, I hadn't fully agreed with anyone's review of a book, you broke the streak.

I see you also own Connie Willis' "To say nothing of the dog" and Jerome Jerome's "Three men in a boat". Just out of curiosity which did you own First?
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