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Charlie Courtland

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CollectionsEarly Reviewer (1), Classic collection (26), Your library (175), Currently reading (1), To read (11), Read (183), Favorites (7), Wishlist (1), All collections (201)

Reviews112 reviews

Tagsparanormal (13), absurdist fiction (11), historical fiction (11), horror (10), mystery (10), murder (9), satire (8), absurdist (7), dark comedy (7), young adult (7) — see all tags

MediaNot set (1), Book (200), Paper Book (177), Ebook (17)

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http://bitsybling.blogspot.com
Writing is my passion, a compulsion and exploration of self and humanity. I've studied numerous styles of writing, eras of history and social justice. I graduated with honors with a degree in English Literature with an emphasis on creative writing and a minor in Criminology from the University of Washington. My educational pursuits included rigorous research of historical eras, critique, analysis and creative writing styles. My background in criminology provides a unique advantage and has aided me in creating believable psychological states for my characters. I believe understanding human nature is vital to convincing an audience. My mentor Allison is a talented poet and teacher in Portland Oregon.

"A rose is a rose, unless you make it something different, but make it believable."

About my libraryMy new library is under construction. It just got a fresh coat of paint and is awaiting finish work. My poor books are currently crammed and trapped inside horrid cardboard boxes and stacked any place I can find space. They can't wait to be put on shelves in alphabetical order and allowed to breath again.

GroupsHistorical Fiction, Historical Mysteries, Hobnob with Authors, Writer's Brag and Rag Bag, Writer-readers

Favorite authorsJane Austen, Charlie Courtland, Michel Faber, Andrew E. Kaufman, Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick, Henry Miller, Scott Nicholson, Flannery O'Connor, Chuck Palahniuk (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.charliecourtland.com

MembershipER. LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway

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Member sinceApr 23, 2010

Currently readingMonarch by Michelle Davidson Argyle

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