Recent Book Activity
Murder at the Watergate
A Love Affair with Southern Cooking: Recipes and Recollections
All Creatures Great and Small
Classic Concentration: The Game, the Show, the Puzzles
Fear of Flying
Children and Books (Fourth Edition)
Jeff Foxworthy's Redneck Dictionary III: Learning to Talk More Gooder Fastly
Jeff Foxworthy's Redneck Dictionary II: More Words You Thought the Meaning Of
Uncle John's Presents The Ultimate Challenge Trivia Quiz
Iceblood (Outlanders, 7)
Chili Dawgs Always Bark at Night
About Face: Odyssey of an American Warrior
Four Against The Odds: The Struggle To Save Our Environment
Do You Know Me
Eight Famous Elizabethan Plays
The Hot Zone
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I was a volunteer EMT for twelve years. At one point I was so enthusiastic about it that an ex-girlfriend dubbed me a "Rescue Geek." While she never meant that to be a compliment, I have long chosen to treat it as such. While I haven't been actively involved in Emergency Services since 1998, I continue to be fascinated by the Fire, EMS, and law enforcement systems, and hope to someday become an active participant again.
In addition to an abiding affection for all things related to the Emergency Services community, I love to ski and to travel (which explains my membership in the
Pentagon Ski Club, where I get to do both), as well as cooking, and spending time with my wife and two beautiful daughters.
And, of course, I love to read. If I had to pick a single favorite genre, I guess it would be science fiction/fantasy, but I also enjoy spy and political thrillers, historical fiction, philosophy, biographies and memoirs, and the occasional classic (in other
words, just about anything). Please note that the books listed on my bookshelf below do not necessarily reflect my reading preferences, as I have registered a large number of books just for release.
Live in the Washington, DC, metro area? Please join
BC in DC , the online group for the BookCrossers in DC, Northern Virgina and Suburban Maryland. We meet about once a month at various locations around the area. We'd love to have you join us!
Visiting Washington, DC? The members of BC in DC would love to get together with you while you are in town. Visit our
BCinDC bookshelf and send us a PM!.
BookCrossing and BCinDC were featured in an article in the Style section of the Washington Post on 11 August 2009! Read the article
Articles I've written for the BC Newsletter:
Currently reading: Ghost
I also manage an Official BookCrossing Zone at my office: Knox 9th Floor OBCZ (access available only to employees of the US Patent & Trademark Office and authorized visitors)
and two Little Free Libraries: Erin's Legacy LFL #29843 and Becky's Hugs LFL #46292.