How I became a...
I am a student, a reader, a translator, a writer and a reviewer, living in Budapest, Hungary.
I am a graduate with English and Librarian majors, and I have enrolled to a master's program in European Studies and Global Affairs..
I write mainly poems. I like rock music, good movies and I am also interested in politics.
It just seemed natural.
My taste in books:
Classics, science fiction, fantasy, horror, crime stories, humorous books and anything well-written.
I also read non-fiction books. Genre-crossing is also something I like. And genre poetry, (I even write such poems).
Douglas Adams, Dean R: Koontz, William Gibson, and many others.
What makes a book a keeper?
What makes me throw a book at the wall?
A writer who knows how to write.
I never throw books at the wall.
My favorite genre and why?
My least favorite genre and why?
I do not have one particular favourite.
I do not read romance fiction because I find it boring. Some elements of romance are okay for me, but if the book is written just for the sake of telling a story about a boy who meets a girl, I won't read it.
My bathroom library:
My to be read list:
I never take books with me to the bathroom.
A great many of books, all sorts.
My favorite links:
My favorite reading snack:
http://www.euobserver.com/ http://www.sfcrowsnest.com/index.php And, of course, Yahoo and Gmail.
It depends. I try not to snack while reading, it's not very healthy. (Though this does not mean that I can always resist the temptation.) I drink a lot of coffee, (a bit too much, I think). And sometimes tea, too.
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