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About meA writer -- of the journalist variety -- I specialise in articles on water supply, politics and science, though I'll try my hand at anything! An avid reader, I'm looking to connect with folks with similar interests.

GroupsAustralian LibraryThingers, Non-Fiction Readers, Progressive & Liberal!, Read to Stop Global Warming, What Are You Reading Now?

Favorite authorsTim Flannery, George Johnston, John Mortimer, George Orwell, John Steinbeck, John Kennedy Toole (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceApr 23, 2009

Currently readingProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income by Darren Garrett Rowse, Chris

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