This is the first of an irregular series of questions we will ask people as the fancy takes us. First with the answers is, um me, Simeon Beresford.
I just finished a reread of an old favourite Bride of the Rat God By Barbara Hambly
What is a favorite book from childhood?
There are so many but A Bear called Paddington is hard to beat.
What book do you absolutely hate but were forced to read?
The Lord of the Flies – I could not face it already knowing how it would end badly.
Are you a book collector, avid library patron, or do you use the revolving door at the used book store?
I keep all my books I do not collect them, which to my mind means I look after them. I use libraries on occasion, but right now second hand from Amazon is my acquisition mode of choice.
What book would you recommend to others?
I hear that the ebook rights to the long out-of-print Bride of the Rat God by Barbara Hambly have just been acquired. Grab it when it appears!