How did you discover ... ?

Fri Jun 14 05:05:33 PDT 2002

I also belong to Liad. This mailing list of the Liaden Universe run
by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller who wrote "Agent of Change", and "I Dare"
among many others.  *Wonderful* books.  They are right up there with
Steves books on my comfort shelf.  The Dragaera list was mentioned
there.  Seeing as how Jhereg is one of favorite books of all time, I
hoofed it over here as fast as I could type.  :)


P.S.  If you are interested in Liad, a note to Mr. Deagauss at
	deagauss at korval.com will get you started.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Yan [mailto:tyan at twcny.rr.com]
> Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 18:43
> To: dragaera at dragaera.info
> Subject: How did you discover ... ?
> I'm curious.  How did you discover Steve's books, and how did you
> learn of this mailing list?
> I learned of this mailing list from DDB's announcement on RASF*.
> I first discovered Steve's books one glorious summer many years ago
> when my family was house sitting for a friend.  They had a ton of
> books, so I happily 2 to 3 books a day.  That was mucho fun.  One of
> the books was _To Reign in Hell_, which I think I found somewhat
> puzzling at the time.
> Anyway, for whatever reason, I didn't seek out Steve's books and, to
> some extent, forgot he was the author of TRiH.
> So more recently I re-discovered his books because there were lots of
> discussions on RASFW, and because Jo Walton had a rave about him at
> her website: It looked like I was missing out a lot of the fun.
> So then I made up for lost time: all the pre-Issola Vlad books, _The
> Sun, the Moon, and the Stars_, _Issola_, the Khaavren romances,
> _Brokedown Palace_, _Agyar_, _Cowboy Feng's Space Bar and Grille_, and
> all 5 Liavek books.
> Hm, I know I reread TRiH somewhere in there; looks like I forgot to
> record it in my minimalist booklog.  Damn!
> - tky