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Please don’t. I avoid them. I honestly believe that spoilers. well, spoil things. I got deeply into spoilers once, during the sixth season of Buffy. I was so into it that I simply couldn’t stop myself; I had to know what was going to happen. All of the major events in “Seeing Red” were ruined for me; there was no impact, because I knew what was coming. I stopped reading spoilers at that point, and the last minute of season six was an exceptionally pleasant surprise. This experience convinced me that spoilers are, at their core, evil. I also suspect they have a negative effect on my writing.

Yeah, I realized that I didn’t really say much about myself, personally; this page is basically a FAQ. Let’s see. I have a master’s degree. I read a lot; when I was a teenager, nearly everything I read was science fiction, but I’ve branched out since then. I’ve seen every episode of Star Trek in each of its incarnations (except the cartoon), and meeting Scott Bakula on the set of Star Trek: Enterprise was one of the high points of my life…