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About meAm part of Bibliophile Anonymous/ Ageless Pages blog and SF Revu blog as of beginning 2012.

About my libraryI come from the horror/ epic fantasy background. As I grew into adulthood, however, I discovered the interwebs- and therefore a whole new world of reading.
My library contains only the books I've read; I have another 200 on my shelves at home that are "to-read." And I'm working on them, I swear!

Groups50 Book Challenge, Books that made me think, FantasyFans, Feminist SF, Slashy Fantasy

Favorite authorsStorm Constantine, Lynn Flewelling, C. S. Friedman, Guy Gavriel Kay, Stephen King, Sarah Monette, Brandon Sanderson, Dan Simmons (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://bibliophileanonymous.blogspot.com/

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Member sinceDec 2, 2007

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Always Have A Dream In Your Heart

Follow your heart,
never surrender your dreams.
Constantly work towards your goals.
Believe in yourself, and always be truthful.
Take time to enjoy life's pleasures.
Keep your mind open to new experiences.
Think before acting,
but don't forget the joys of spontaneity.
Make your own decisions.
Look out for yourself, but remember
that you share this universe with others.
Look for the good in others,
everybody has their own song to sing.
Live each moment to the fullest,
for a moment too soon becomes a memory.
Look for opportunities, not guarantees.
Hope for the best.
Give people a chance to love you,
for that is how you learn to love.
Live your life for yourself,
but always be considerate of others.
Believe in tomorrow, for it holds the key
to your dreams.

- Melissa Ososki
Thanks for your interest in my book. I know I don't have a lot of information up just yet. I am working on a webpage as I have time, but it is still very much under construction. Is there anything particular you would like to know?

Jennifer (JYT) Kennedy
Thanks for your interest in my book. I know I don't have a lot of information up just yet. I am working on a webpage as I have time, but it is still very much under construction. Is there anything particular you would like to know?

Jennifer (JYT) Kennedy
Thanks.
Hi April,

Just wanted you to know that I mailed a signed copy of my novel out to you today. Hope you like it. By the way, when you're done, would you be willing to post your thoughts on Librarything and amazon.com?

Chris
Noticed you liked Girl Interrupted, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here as well as a few other book-related sites. Thought you might like my book since it's also about a disturbed young girl's mental illness and also a bit dark. I could e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like (I'm out of physical copies at the moment). Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:

http://christophertusa.com/

Thanks,

Chris
Reads of 2009:
1. Stardust- Neil Gaiman
2. The Final Key- Catherine Asaro
3. The Ruins- Scott Smith
4. The Blade Itself- Joe Abercrombie
5. Darwinia- Robert Charles Wilson
6. Geek Love- Katherine Dunn
7. Before they are Hanged- Joe Abercrombie
8. Last Argument of Kings- Joe Abercrombie
9. Why Don't Cats Go Bald?- Skip Sullivan
10. Another Day in the Frontal Lobe- Katrina Firlik
11. Duma Key- Stephen King
12. Hope's Folly- Linnea Sinclair
13. Watership Down- Richard Adams
14. The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction- ed. George Mann
15. The Alchemist- Paulo Coelho
16. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon- Stephen King
17. The Telling- Ursula K. Le Guin
18. Maledicte- Lane Robins
19. Watchmen- Alan Moore
20. Corambis- Sarah Monette
21. The Woman Who Swallowed a Toothbrush- Rob Myers
22. The Moon's Shadow- Catherine Asaro
23. Spherical Harmonic- Catherine Asaro
24. The Silver Metal Lover- Tanith Lee
25. Archangel Protocol- Lyda Morehouse
26. Last Last Chance- Fiona Maazel
27. Dante's Equation- Jane Jensen
28. Empire of Ants- Bernard Werber
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