In keeping with my Friday tradition of a blog or website showcase, here's one for today: I recently discovered this great site called "The Library Thing". It's basically a virtual library where you can catalogue your books and chat with other readers about the subjects in literature that rouse a passionate interest in you. This is what The Christian Science Monitor said: "Library Thing" appears poised to turn the cataloguing of books into a form of communal recreation." Over at blogsite, Postcards from the Mothership, this was heard wailed: "Oh, my God! I have not been this excited about the Internet since I 'discovered' blogging!" So, I eagerly created my virtual LT library and graced it with 50 of the science fiction books I most enjoyed reading. Head on over and check them out (Nina's LT catalogue) and see if any of your favourites and mine match. Let me know by posting a comment. Of course, I shamelessly included the books I wrote in there. Why not? If you don't like what you write, then why write?
CONTEST!! CONTEST!! CONTEST!!
For a chance to win a copy of "The Best of Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine" Anthology (pictured in the link), tell me which book(s) in my library don't fit the mould (i.e., aren't science fiction). If I agree, then I'll add your name to a pool from which I'll randomly draw one out for the book at the end of the month.