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Collectionsreviewed (6), Greystones (301), art (9), graphic novels / comics / manga (28), Young adult / teenage (112), Junior (99), eBooks and eManuscripts (50), poetry (18), SlightlyFoxed Oxford book group choice (5), Plays (8), detective and mystery fiction (120), fiction (363), literary fiction (85), picturebooks (24), non-fiction (107), recycled/donated (176), leant (1), Speculative fiction (736), Young adult and junior (465), default (1), Reference works (71), Your library (1,686), Read but unowned (443), All collections (2,222)

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Tagssci-fi (240), fantasy (215), detective fiction (112), magic (91), historical fiction (78), non-fiction (70), humour (68), school (68), reference (62), space (57) — see all tags

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About meAuthor of science fiction, fantasy and horror novels. Reader of anything and everything.

About my libraryNot exactly Dewy Decimal but themed according to category and arranged alphabetically within those categories. Fantasy and sci fi in the bedroom, reference in the study, childrens, non fiction and detective stories in the dining room. The living room has only DVDs.

GroupsName that Book, Science Fiction Fans

Favorite authorsUrsula K. Le Guin, Diana Wynne Jones (Shared favorites)


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Real nameRhiannon Lassiter


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Member sinceAug 6, 2007

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Dear Rhiannon,
I've finally got round to completing my review of 'Ghost of a Chance' and it's now poster on the work's page. I'll make sure that the review goes off to the publisher too. Really enjoyed the story, thanks!
Just to let you know that I've now received 'Ghost of a Chance' for Early Reviewers and am looking forward to reading and reviewing it very soon. Thanks very much!
Hi Rhiannon,
Just wanted to say a quick thanks for your comment. I really did enjoy Shadowland and I'm looking forward to picking up the first two books in the series so that I can actually read them in order. Looking forward to the sequels, too!
Dear Rhiannon,
Thank you for your kind response to my review -- so pleased that it appears to have correctly gauged what you were aiming for in 'Shadowland'. Again, good luck with the sequels!

That was very kind of you to go out of your way to get the title of the book for me and leave a comment. I really appreciate the time you spent. I feel loads better now that I finally know the title and can read the book again. :) Also I see that you're an author! I must check out your books.


"I think joy and sweetness and affection are a spiritual path. We're here to know God, to love and serve God, and to be blown away by the beauty and miracle of nature. You just have to get rid of so much baggage to be light enough to dance, to sing, to play. You don't have time to carry grudges; you don't have time to cling to the need to be right.
- author Anne Lamott, in a recent interview. (Source: The Washington Times)"
— Anne Lamott
Yes! I do enjoy them! I first read the "Hex" series, which I *loved*, then I just had to order the rest of your stuff. I recommend them to people often. I was excited to see that "Bad Blood" just came out. Thanks for writing great books, and thanks for saying "Hi." Hope you're well!
Hi Rhiannon,

I’ve noticed that you’ve added a picture to your author’s page! Now that you’re part of the community, I was wondering whether you’d be interesting in becoming a Librarything Author.

Our LT Author program, in essence, connects authors with their fans. Authors join LT as regular members -- so you’ve completed the first step! -- and catalog at least 50 books. Then their member profile page is connected with their "author page" on LT (which shows how many other LT members list their books in their LT libraries), and are added to the master list of LT Authors. It's a fun way for readers to browse in their favorite author's personal library, and for authors to connect with their fans on a personal level.

More here.

You can also upload a photo, and post links to your homepage, blog, interviews and articles. Once you feel you meet the requirements, email Abby ( and she’ll authorize it as an LT Author account -- it's free. We’d love to have you!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Clifford Vickrey
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