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About meHi. I'm a writer, who has had a life long love of books.
My interests include writing and reading (of course), history, mythology, sci-fi and fantasy, and painting.
I love movies, especially action films and I collect sword replicas.

About my libraryA varied collection of authors and books. The majority of the books tend to fantasy or mystery, but there are odd surprises tucked away in the corners.

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Favorite authorsJane Austen, Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman, Guy Gavriel Kay, Morgan Llywelyn, Edward Marston, Jennifer Roberson, Peter Berresford Ellis (Shared favorites)


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Real nameA. F. Stewart

LocationNova Scotia, Canada

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJan 3, 2008

Currently readingFool Moon (The Dresden Files, Book 2) by Jim Butcher
Karavans 02 Deepwood by Jennifer Roberson

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I won Ruined City by you! Was it a ebook or paper book? And if its an ebook how will it come?
-Kailey (T4int3dInn0c3nc3)

Congratulations on winning an e-book! I've emailed your PDF of Prophecy of the Flame, Book One. I'm looking forward to seeing if it translates well into another country. I'm looking forward to your review!

Lynn Hardy
Thanks for accepting my friend invitation! Just thought you might like to know that my Viking adventure THIS ENCHANTED LAND: THE SAGA OF DANE WULFDIN is now available as a Kindle e-book on

Happy New Year!

Bill Robertson
The email listed should be fine, thank you.
Hi A.F.

Congrats on winning the Library Thing giveaway for the e-book version of Rise of the Ancients - Annuna. What is the best way to get the e-book to you? Via e-mail or snail mail (on cd). Let me know!


JC De La Torre
The Lord God planted a garden
In the first white days of the world,
And he set there an angel warden
In a garment of light enfurled.

The kiss of the sun for pardon,
the song of the bird for mirth,
One is nearer God's heart in a garden
Than anywhere else on earth.

- Dorothy Frances Gurney (1858-19320
Happy new year from Australia Scribe,

I hope that 2009 goes well for you.

Hiya Scribe,

hows the weather in Nova Scotia at the moment. Thunderstorms have just hit Canberra.

I did a marathon catalouging effort last month mostly adding my old Historical Novels that I picked up at the bookfairs. The Richard III story is almost a often novelised as the King Arthur story.

I'm currently working my way through Candace Robb's latest (ninth) Owen Archer mystery, 'The Guilt of Innocents' and whilst it was slow to start the middle portion has sucked me right in.

Works for me :)

I am soon planning to catalouge my entire collection of Arthurian Fiction (I have almost two levels of a standard 4'x6' bookshelf of novels relating to the "historicalised" King Arthur Legend - one of the first "Adult" fictions I read was Victor Canning's "The Crimson Chalice" or at least the second novel of the series back in my early teens. My grandmother loaned it to me. Recently I picked up the two novels in one volume at a bookfair. I think thus far the Cornwell version is one of the best, but there are many to choose from and I always enjoy how they interperet the Medieval Legends into Dark Age history.

Looking forward to long chats :)

David (aka) Macbeth
Greetings from Canberra,

thankyou for your invitation to freindship.

Just wondering what made you pick me out?

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