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Tagscontemporary fiction (143), non-fiction (100), Western New York (79), relationships (57), regional history (56), Buffalo (54), crime (50), business (48), politics (42), classic (40) — see all tags
About meSenior director of news and public affairs at WBFO Radio (NPR stations in Western New York.) Former reporter for The Buffalo News. Covered municipal government, business/economic development and other news arenas. Former digital media producer.
About my libraryMost of the books on my online list are only those works in my 1,700+ title collection that I've actually read cover-to-cover or listened to in their entirety in audio form (versus works that I use for reference.) I spend lots of time on the road, so at least half of the books on my list are CDs (many of them from the local library). I try not to get stuck in genre "ruts," although I tend to favor contemporary fiction, classics, historical fiction, journalism/mass media and business-related books. I do not review any of the regional books that my publishing company is responsible for distributing. But I do post many of the books on my LibraryThing site.
Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceOct 24, 2006
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