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About meI'm a mumble-something geek with an unfortunate addiction to the written word. I've been reading since a teacher showed me how cool it was that the words "A red ball" matched the picture above them. I was initially sceptical about the reading thing because my father had done such a great job of reading books to me, but was won over by the red ball and final, exciting ending where I could identify Roger Red Hat.
About my libraryMy library is constantly expanding out of its bookshelf space, despite my frequent vows not to buy more books. It's weighted towards the fantasy end of the fiction genres, but there is some sci-fi, crime, historical novels, childrens books and the odd classic. The non-fiction section is rather computer heavy (hazards of my profession), but I'm interested in medieval history, writing and media theory so it's not *all* computers. I'm trying to be logical in cataloging my library on here, working through the shelves in order, but it could take a while :-) It's not helped by my tendency to keep buying more books and reading them rather than inputting all the books that I already own!
Groups75 Books Challenge for 2010, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, 75 Books Challenge for 2013, 75 Books Challenge for 2014, Amazon's Kindle, Bikes and Bicycles, Cycles, Cyclists and Bikers, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, British & Irish Children's Fiction, Children's Fiction —show all groups, Children's Literature, Comics, Doctor Who, FantasyFans, Girls Fiction, Hogwarts Express, Kindley Book Club, Knitters Inc., Lashings of Ginger Beer!, LibraryThing goes to the Chalet School, LibraryThing-ers Anonymous, Livejournalers, M/M Romance... A cocky li'l group, Music to read by, Purely Programmers, Read YA Lit, Readers Under 30, SF, horror and Fantasy Romance, SlashThing, Taggers!, The Green Dragon, Uber Readers, What Are You Reading Now?, What did YOU buy today?, Writer-readers
Favorite authorsElinor M. Brent-Dyer, Lois McMaster Bujold, Gail Carriger, Diane Duane, Jasper Fforde, Lynn Flewelling, Mercedes Lackey, Naomi Novik, Terry Pratchett, J. R. R. Tolkien, Connie Willis (Shared favorites)
Favorite bookstoresBlackwell's Oxford, Chapters - Mic Mac, Dartmouth Book Exchange, Forbidden Planet - London, Foyles, Hatchards, John W. Doull Bookseller, Strange Adventures, The Cottage Bookshop, Waterstone's Piccadilly
LocationNova Scotia, Canada
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceDec 19, 2006
Currently readingThe Rise of Western Christendom: Triumph and Diversity, A.D. 200-1000, 2nd Edition (The Making of Europe) by Peter Brown
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