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Member: invisiblelizard

CollectionsYour library (2,612), Read but unowned (12), K Currently Reading (9), Read by K (73), All collections (2,626)

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Tagsfiction (1,282), non-fiction (168), art (122), Anthology (105), biography (78), science (72), drama (62), children's (62), graphic novel (59), artists (58) — see all tags

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About meI am a confessed book addict. I read painfully slow because I try to savor each word. I keep track of how many books I read. I average about 2 per month. I usually have several books going at one time. I am a failed (edit: let's say "struggling") writer. An English degree and some really good creative writing courses under my belt didn't pay the rent, so I ended up in a technical job that does. I write in my spare time, what little there is.

About my libraryWe keep books all over the house, my wife and I. Art books in her studio. Non-fiction and humor in the guest room. My favorite, the fiction section, I keep in my office. I worked in a library while I was in college, so I have a great fondness for the way books look in stacks. I find it soothing. [N.B., This is *our* library, shared, but LT only allows for a singular profile. So my wife rates and reviews books here and notes them with a "-KA" signature.]

GroupsNational Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo), North Carolina LT Group, One LibraryThing, One Book

Favorite authorsDouglas Adams, Paul Auster, John Barth, T.C. Boyle, Michael Chabon, Umberto Eco, Dave Eggers, Neil Gaiman, Mark Helprin, John Irving, Stephen King, Chuck Palahniuk, Annie Proulx, Thomas Pynchon, John Steinbeck, Kurt Vonnegut, David Foster Wallace, Chris Ware, Elly Welt (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresFlyleaf Books, Malaprop's Bookstore & Cafe, Quail Ridge Books & Music, Rainy Day Books- Fairway, The Regulator Bookshop

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Real nameMatt

LocationCary, NC

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJul 31, 2006

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You're welcome-- I'm so glad that you're happy with my choices! I'm not a huge fiction reader these days, so I was a little nervous about it! I hope that SantaThing leads to some enjoyable reading for you as we enter the new year. :) Glad to hear that the Jonasson recommendation has re-sparked your interest, by the way-- isn't it funny how some books need some time to percolate before they finally fully enter your reading radar?

Anyway, thanks re: Suvi, my cat! I see that Gus, too, is oh-so-helpful-- that is one very familiar scene. Cats are kind of the best/worst that way, but I don't think I'd change them for it.
Hi

Thank you so much for selecting the most awesome books for me for SantaThing. I'm so so so happy with your choices, and I can't wait to read them. You really weren't the wrong secret santa for me :)
I hope your Christmas is wonderful!

Season's greetings from Ida, Norway :)
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