Keith is not a mother of any number of children, being instead a father of two. He is a self-confessed geek, spending his teenage years reading textbooks on computer programming rather than any kind of fiction – though it paid off in the form of a career as a programmer in the videogames industry.
In his adult years he has developed a healthy habit of reading huge weighty SF tomes interspersed with lighter comedy and occasional historical fiction. Some of his favourite authors are Neal Stephenson, Iain M Banks, Terry Pratchett, C J Samson and Peter F Hamilton. He also dabbles with interactive fiction, enjoying the works of Graham Nelson, Emily Short, Adam Cadre and Andrew Plotkin.
Visit us tomorrow to check out Keith’s first ever review for Big Book Little Book!