Azure Jane Lunatic (azurelunatic) wrote,
Azure Jane Lunatic

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Reading I Will Fear No Evil again, and am as always impressed by the new things I find in any Robert Heinlein book. Finished reading The Richest Man in Babylon (George S. Clason) last night; am beginning The 12th Planet (Zecharia Sitchin) and will see how that one goes when I can pry it away from Sis.

Have yet to read The Wizard's Dilemma (Diane Duane) but I know it's good: Godai read it, and read it straight through (unusual for him) and it is, after all, Diane Duane, one of the few authors whose books I will buy without having so much as read the cover or glanced at the cover picture. Just to know by the title that I don't already have it, and to know the author, I will buy anything by Diane Duane.

I find it interesting that some people have such a fuss about telling people their names, or their Names, yet think nothing of discussing at length their favorite books and authors. Don't they know that what you read is a very good way of measuring who and what you are?

I read :
C.J. Cherryh.
Diane Duane
Robert A. Heinlein
Lois McMaster Bujold
Anne McCaffrey
Mercedes Lackey
John M. Ford
Isaac Asimov
...among others.

There. Now, just from that recommended reading list, you know almost all about me.

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