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31 years old
January 27, 1989
All things Malazan, sundry sci-fi and fantasy, history, Iron Maiden

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  1. In Topic: COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus, aka 2019-nCoV)

    14 March 2020 - 10:46 AM

    Anyone here staying home due to work being closed?

    I am off for the next 2 weeks
  2. In Topic: Reading at t'moment?

    14 March 2020 - 10:45 AM

    Hey guys, I have been off for a while
    Currently mainly reading history - Just finished a book called Command and Control about the US nuclear weapons program and that was terrifying.

    Currently going to pick up Shattered Sword on the battle of Midway
  3. In Topic: Reading at t'moment?

    25 February 2020 - 12:49 AM

    View PostJPK, on 24 February 2020 - 05:41 PM, said:

    View PostQuickTidal, on 24 February 2020 - 04:47 PM, said:

    Carol Berg's SONG OF THE BEAST....and man, this is quite excellent. I only knew of her peripherally and just sort of avoided her work for a really superficial reason (the covers Suuuuuuuuck)...but yeah, she's the real deal. Her character work is impeccable. Will definitely check out her other work now.

    She really does suffer from terrible cover syndrome, but I feel her newer works improve in that a bit. They're about on par with Kate Daniels covers. I've read the majority of her work, and the only work I didn't like was her very earliest series: The Bridge of D'Arnath. I highly recommend that you seek out her Rai-Kirah trilogy next (though those books do have the absolute worst of her covers). You've seriously got some great books ahead of you.

    Carol Berg is great. Book 1 in her Transformation series is one of the best I have read in terms of character work.

    Finished jay Kristoff's Lifelike. Good. Could have been better
  4. In Topic: Whats making you happy right now

    19 February 2020 - 03:44 PM

    Trying something new coffeewise - I am trying out cinnamon and vanilla flavoured coffee.

    I am still going to have it black and sugarless, but I am willing to give extra flavours a chance.
  5. In Topic: Reading at t'moment?

    19 February 2020 - 03:41 PM

    Reading Salvation Lost by Peter F Hamilton. The 2 timelines really speak to each other. Now if only he had skipped some of the sex, this book would have been great instead of good.

    Also reading a very unique book - The Imaginary Corpse by Tyler Hayes.

    Its a detective mystery that takes place in the Stillreal - the realm where forgotten or grown-out-of imaginary friends, toys, ideas, dreams and nightmares go to. The protagonist is Detective Tippy - stuffed triceratops who was imagined as a detective by his person and hence has preternatural detective abilities.

    I really love this book. The worldbuilding feels new and well thought out, there's some complexities woven into the story and the deceptively light setting contains a very dark story.



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    27 Jan 2020 - 07:37
    Happy birthday dude
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    11 Aug 2019 - 09:34
    Ha! Looks like I helped you off the devil's number. You're welcome ;)
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    28 Jun 2016 - 10:33
    I don't know of any research on this particular area, but I'm not exactly well-versed in musical psychology. I think that little research has been done on correlations between musical preference and anything at all, though. It's the kind of research I think there needs to be more of. Sorry it took me so long to reply; it got lost in the hype. :p
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    14 Oct 2015 - 05:07
    Specialist knowledge doesn't necessarily amount to much when you're making recommendations; it all depends on personal taste. But I'm happy to make recommendations all over the board, even for things I wouldn't listen to regularly myself. Tiste might actually have a broader range of taste than I do.
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    14 Oct 2015 - 05:03
    Thank you for bringing it to my attention. :)
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    14 Oct 2015 - 04:32
    Probably because my PMs are full. I can't see a music subforum. I only see Movies, TV, and Music, and I don't see a thread about classical music. Could you link it for me?
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    14 Feb 2015 - 20:17
    What is "hard" science fiction?
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    03 Dec 2014 - 00:00
    Did you dislike my answer? Just curious since you didn't have anything to say about it.
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