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All collections (6,739), Your library (6,724), For Sale (614), Wet/Damaged (695), Replaced (34), Andrew Rivera - Water Damage (14), Signed (27), First Editions (178), Christian (61), Bible (9), Theology (Christian) (10), Non-Fiction (24), Biography (7), History (5), Science (4), Classics (4), Fiction (191), Anthology (85), Mysteries/Thrillers (117), SF&F (1,402), Hugo Award (48), Nebula Award (65), Isaac Asimov (55), Tom Clancy (27), Harlan Ellison (92), John Grisham (18), Louis L'Amour (60), 007 James Bond (35), Babylon 5 (10), Dune (23), Media Tie-In (25), Star Trek (663), Star Wars (66)
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Joined
Sep 7, 2006
Real Name
Scot Schieferstein
About My Library
My library reflects my primary intersts in Science Fiction and Theology. Secondarily, I have been collecting classical works and other related fields--Isaac Asimov is my hero in this respect (not in his humanist theology, only his cultural humanism like daVinci, Calvin and others).
About Me
I am a graduate of Cedarville University (B.A., communications) and of Grand Rapids Theological Seminary (M.Div., pastoral studies). I recently became unemployed when the owner of Kregel Used Books in Grand Rapids, Michigan, decided to close the store. I was the manager of the store until closing and previously served as the assistant manager for 5 years. I worked at Kregel for a total of 16 years, 10 months.
Location
New Carlisle, Ohio, USA
Homepage
http://savvyscot.blogspot.com/
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Bookstores: Argos Book Shop, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Dayton @ Beavercreek, Blue Jacket Books, Bookery Fantasy, Bookhaven, Books & Company #313, Browse Awhile Books, Dark Star Books, Family Christian Stores #41, Half Price Books - Dayton (#30), Outer Limits, Redux Books, Sam & Eddie's Open Books

Libraries: Cedarville Community Library, Cedarville University - Centennial Library, Clark County Public Library, New Carlisle Public Library, Tipp City Public Library

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