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About meSoftware developer, musician (see, sf geek.

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Member sinceMay 25, 2006

Currently readingThe Silver Stallion; A Comedy Of Redemption by James Branch Cabell

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Ah! I just started re-reading Figures of Earth the other day and then I stumbled across your user name today...
I was thinking of starting up a Cabell group on LT. Think there would be any interest?
I really like "oversize downstairs" as a tag.
Yep. JUST our "books you share" list is a pretty good library all by itself.

see ya around...

- bob
Hi, we just crossed paths on a couple of comment threads.

And I came here and saw our "Books You Share" list...

Now, really: who has both "The New Trouser Press Record Guide" AND a "CRC"?

(I love LT....)

- bob
What a neat idea!! The full benefit of tags is slowly coming to me. I do have SiFi, but most was paperback and bookclub. When I started cataloging the books a few years ago, and needed book space, gave them away. Mistake. We once moved and I dumped by saved Analog magazines with the "Dune" series. BIG mistake. Also, am having difficulties importing books without ISBNs.
I have only recently found this place, about the same time as you. The statistics here are staggering! I see that you have some of my favorite books. What does @mmp mean? Fiction/Paper?
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