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TagsSF (657), novel (636), unread (444), series (381), science fiction (350), fantasy (276), female author (186), dad's books (179), culled (120), BOX 5 (96) — see all tags

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About meWell, look, stePH's just this guy, you know?

About my libraryO HAI I HAZ BOOX

I'm mostly a fan of science fiction and fantasy, with a preference for the former. I consider both to share the heading "speculative fiction" so that's why both sci-fi and fantasy books carry the "SF" tag in my library.

The tag "dad's books" is assigned to the books I inherited from my father after he died in June 2000. William Morris and H. Rider Haggard are the two writers that I associate with him most closely in my mind. He also had an interest in history and anthropology, as evidenced by certain titles in his collection. And I have him to thank for my "Britannica Great Books of the Western World" set. Thanks, dad.

Some entries are tagged "stripped cover". Most of these are from a midnight raid on a Crown Books dumpster, during a sleepover at a friend's house in 6th or 7th grade (the rest are simply because the cover wore out, fell off, and was lost before I could tape it back on.)

I've also included a few ebooks in PDF format; most of these came down the feeds of the short fiction podcasts Escape Pod and Variant Frequencies, usually as a promotion when the release of the print version was imminent.

LT Early Reviewers Acquisitions To Date: 3
Modern Magic - Anne Cordwainer (reviewed)
If God Were Real - John Avant (reviewed)
The World Is Open: How Web Technology Is Revolutionizing Education - Curtis J. Bonk (currently reading)

GroupsHistory at 30,000 feet: The Big Picture, Manga and Anime Addicts, Tea!

Favorite authorsC. J. Cherryh, Neil Gaiman, Alexandro Jodorowsky, Alan Moore (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceOct 27, 2006

Currently readingThe World Is Open: How Web Technology Is Revolutionizing Education by Curtis J. Bonk

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