When Thomas Thurman was a child, his ambition was to write storybooks. Many other things got in the way, including owning three cats, ringing tower bells, writing sonnets, moving to Cambridge, becoming a parent, unexpectedly emigrating to Pennsylvania, learning to make fudge, and maintaining interesting but obscure parts of computer systems. Nevertheless, he is still writing.
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Not Ordinarily Borrowable
by Thomas Thurman
Maria is occupied with trying to earn her doctorate, and she's far too busy for adventures. But when the library books she needs are unexpectedly borrowed (by a dragon) she finds herself on a quest to find the books, the dragon, a sword, courage, and the greatest cake recipe in the world... not to mention the last chapter of her thesis.
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