This is me, Tony

Ok, a bit about me. My name's Tony and I'm from Liverpool. I have a day job, I work as an ethnologist at a national museum (that includes archaeology, anthropology and the art history of mainly non-European cultures). I tend to focus on the Pre-Columbian cultures of Mexico and Peru.

I have a couple of hobbies; writing is one such passion. I started script writing in 2003(I'm currently writing a chiller thriller). On my off days I write romance poetry. However, I'm also a big sci-fi fan from Buffy, the X-Files and Dr. Who (I'm a huge fan of Nicola Bryant... I'd love to have the opportunity of interviewing her). My dream is to actually get the chance of writing for a new TV drama. One more thing, I spent nine years researching UFO and paranormal related phenomena, which has culminated in a book, which published in 2003.

Music is another passion for me, be it jazz, classical, folk or rock; my vinyl and CD collection contain quite an eclectic mix. Unfortunately, it's not a large collection and I'm trying my hardest to expand it.

Travelling and dining abroad is my third passion. They're intertwined because I feel that you cannot have one without the other. Being a slim athletic sort of individual I often take advantage of many a culinary delight. I find it hard to say where my favourite place is, although Chichen Itza in Mexico is a wonderful place, so is Morar in Scotland! But Goosnargh at we're talking!


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