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Okay, fact about me, first. I read:

 - Historical novels
 - Fantasy novels
 - Anything I can get my hands on set in, or about, the Arthurian saga/cycle of myths and legends (novels, retellings, analyses, etc.)
 - The Bible
 - Bible study guides, histories, commentaries, analyses etc.
 - History - mainly the history of Christianity, the 16th century Reformation (as a social and political movement as well as a religious one), Tudor England (especially Mary Tudor/Mary I/Bloody Mary) and Georgian Britain.
 - "How to Write" stuff. (I currently have three-and-a-half shelves of this type of book.)

Is anyone even remotely interest in me posting reviews, commentaries or such like on any or all the books I read in any of these categories? Yes? No?

Just the fiction?

Recommendations in the "How to Write" books front?

Anything?

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soliloquy
Mar. 7th, 2010 07:52 pm (UTC)
I would really be interested in the "How to Write" book reviews. I don't know of any books in that genre, but I hope to find some good ones through your reviews!

Also, the Historical books would be interesting, too. :-)
ivy_chan
Mar. 8th, 2010 05:55 am (UTC)
I am interested in lit of all kinds!
micaturtle
Mar. 9th, 2010 06:20 pm (UTC)
i'd LOVE reviews on the "How to write" books. I've collected a few of them, but a *LOT* of them are tripe. The catagory is overrun with silly, self-praising dipshittery. Reccs on good ones and warnings to avoid the dumb ones would be cool. NYAR!
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