I play on KGS as Icepick. I'm currently rated around 8k.
I'm fortunate that I'm able play and learn in person with the TwinCitiesGoClub.
4-1-3 -- I beat a 1d+ with a 9 stone handicap for the first time. Very happy about that.
9-11-3 -- One year of playing on the KGS server. 11k
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my homepage at http://www.netfamine.com/
Go books completed, in order:
Learn to Play Go Series
Second Book of Go
Attack and Defense
Opening Theory Made Easy
How to Play Handicap Go
Life and Death
Appreciating Famous Games
The 1971 Honinbo Tournament
Invincible The Games Of Shusaku
So far, all have been pretty good. I found the Learn to Play Go series a little content light, but a good introduction to many topics. I think that Tesuji has improved me the most, simply because it forced me to improve my reading ability.
I found Appreciating Famous Games slow going. It was hard to follow without having a board or SGF reader handy to follow the variations. While reading The 1971 Honinbo Tournament, I was better able to mentally follow along. A sign I'm getting better?
Invincible will take me a while. Lately I've tried to strike a balance between reading about go, playing go, and everything else. It seems to be working.