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Tagsrpg (29), D&D (22), 3.5 (21), adventure (10), paizo (8), pathfinder (8), english (6), library (4), core (3), japan (3) — see all tags

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About meA technical library assistant at the Prince Rupert Library


Favorite authorsRobert Asprin, Fred Gallagher, George R. R. Martin (Shared favorites)


Favorite librariesFraser Valley Regional Library - Clearbrook Branch, Fraser Valley Regional Library - MSA Centennial Branch, Prince Rupert Library, Tumbler Ridge Public Library

Real nameWilliam McDuff

LocationPrince Rupert, BC

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceFeb 26, 2008

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Sweet. I just picked up an early review copy of "The Arthurian Omen".
Cool. I've only added my fiction so far. I still need to add the non-fiction. I'll get around to that some time.
Hey William. Something you might be interested in, apparently they will soon allow us to batchupload using marc records. Of course how many of us have those for our personal collections.
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