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About meI am, first and foremost, a husband. I am a devoted Anglican, and whimsical as the day is long. I have applied myself with great vigor to the ancient and dying artisan's trade of blacksmithing, and trace it's influence on me from the days of my great grandfather (with whom I share my name) and an early love of horses.

I am given to a certain school of prejudgment with roots deep in the ethnocentric self deprecation of the ancient peoples of north Briton. In the words of Silly Wizard, I am from a place "known for beauty and for style; in the place of noble thinkers; of scholars and great drinkers."

About my libraryDiverse is perhaps the best word to describe it. My library has recently grown, a necessary thing when one is married, but much to my chagrin, it is now spotted here and there with volumes I have not had the privilege of reading, and so, alas, it shall not grow at any great rate for some time.

I am a critical reader, and hesitate to crowd precious shelf space with something not either recommended highly to me by a trusted friend, or so highly regarded as to reach it's influence far and wide into the world of the arts.

I have a select few authors which shall, aside from any great crisis, always bring me joy, and my shelves are filled with them. Chesterton, Herbert, Proust and Adams are the ones which stand out at present, but as with most things in our time, they will change.

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