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Member: wktarin

CollectionsYour library (197)

Reviews186 reviews

TagsClassic (56), Writing (24), Historical (24), Christian (22), Mystery (18), Fantasy (17), YA (11), Science Fiction (9), Equestrian (8), Religious (8) — see all tags

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About meI love stories. I love to read them, write them, watch them, dream about them... I write historical fiction (A Man Called Outlaw) and have recently started dabbling in some speculative fiction as well. I also write a blog, "Wordplay," (http://www.wordplay-kmweiland.blogspot.com) that features my musings and tips on writing fiction.

About my libraryI'm a very eclectic reader. I read across all genres, all eras, all subjects. My current (read: life-long) project is reading all the classics. I'm defining classic very broadly, as a book by any author from the dawn of time to 'round about the 1950s, who happened to be famous enough for me to have heard of him. I'm reading more or less alphabetically by the authors' last names. So far I'm up through Dickens.

GroupsWriter-readers

Favorite authorsOrson Scott Card, Joseph Conrad, Kristen Heitzmann, Mary Johnston, Patrick O'Brian (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://www.kmweiland.com

Also onBlogger, BookMooch, Facebook, Listography, MySpace, ShoutLife.com, Twitter

Real nameK.M. Weiland

LocationNebraska

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 10, 2007

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Hah! This is pretty funny. Less than 15 minutes ago I was reading your poll on CW about negative reviews. Then I accidentally wandered over here...

Suffice to say, I ALWAYS appreciate when readers take the time to express their views, be they positive or negative. Reading is a serious investment of time and emotional energy. As such, I'm honored and humbled when someone chooses to read something I wrote.

So a big heartfelt thank you for reading along and sharing your thoughts!

Mike

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