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About meI'm a Software Engineer currently working for a small company. I love reading (no surprise) and collecting, books, coins, movies. It's nice finding a group who like books as much as I.

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About my libraryI can't explain why, but I enjoy collecting books. There are very few books I have ever read twice ( there are so many to read the first time, who has time to reread? ) but I like to have them available. Since the debut of collections I have been adding books I've read and don't own as well as a large wish list.

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Groups1001 Fantasy Roadies, Aboard the Jolly Roger, Agatha Christie, Ancient & Mystic Society of No Homers, And Now For Something Completely Different, Arr, me hearties!, Ask LibraryThing, Board for Extreme Thing Advances, Books Compared, Brandon Sanderson Fansshow all groups

Favorite authorsDouglas Adams, Scott Adams, Isaac Asimov, Andrew Bates, Orson Scott Card, Alden R. Carter, Tom Clancy, Eoin Colfer, Richard E. Dansky, Tim Dedopulos, Raymond E. Feist, Gherbod Fleming, Christopher Golden, Robert Jordan, R. T. Kaelin, Gary Larson, Anne McCaffrey, Patrick F. McManus, Michael Moorcock, J. K. Rowling, Brandon Sanderson, John Sandford, Greg Stolze, Rex Stout, Peter Berresford Ellis, Bill Watterson, Robert Weinberg (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Downtown Rochester, Calvin's Used Books, Extraordinary Booksellers, Monkey See, Monkey Read, The Cerebral Deli

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Currently readingMage the Awakening by Kraig Blackwelder
A Treasury of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Mort by Terry Pratchett
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Thanks for FYI group. I'd been trying to find the page that allows one to see all one's book covers at a go & it was there that I found a link to it. Wonderful group--it looks a labour of love, it's informative, and it's quite fetchingly eccentric.

From looking at profiles here I've come to suspect that people who exhibit their scores on that bloody nerd test have taken it repeatedly, manipulating their answers until their 'awkward' rating is dissonantly low. Fair play to you for not being distressed by the notion of displaying a rating greater than 9%.
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