I would imagine that most of you like to read if you like to write. If you are currently engaged in a novel, or a series, what is it?
For me, I have been reading some Dean Koontz as of late. I just finished the third book in his Frankestein series "Dead and Alive", for any of you who haven't gotten a chance to check these out, I do advise it. Anyway, what are you reading??
I have just started Seve Ballesteros book on Winning the Ryder Cup.
I finished a few days ago Passing the advanced driving test and Ways to Correct Poor Driving Habits.
The novel I have on the go is called- Scotlands Winter Mountains by Martin Moran. An excellent book for any Hill walker or budding mountaineer.
Seems I have been too busy writing to do much reading. My co-author and I are trying to get through the editing on our novel. As a result, I am a little behind on the books on my list to review. I have three self-published works to read, which I am looking forward to. I also just purchased Konrath's new book. Like you, I really enjoy Dean Koontz.
Truman Capote - I recently purchased nearly every one of his books - he is an interesting writer to me but forgotten I had the video store get a copy of his movie and now I'm gonna buy it cause no one else has ever rented it - aw well , its interesting to me anyway
I just finished the second of the Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson - The Girl Who Played with Fire.
The books are exciting and fast paced and the character development is fantastic!
I am reading "1861". This book is about the time before the Civil War began and during the first few months of the American Civil War in the year 1861.
I am about to begin, "Duped America", by, Richard Bernstein, who is a former lifelong Democrat and has organized this masterpiece into 31 short easy-to-read chapters.
In each and every chapter Bernstein explains how the Democrat Party and their allies in the Mainstream Media have repeatedly attempted to dupe Americans. Each chapter is filled with enough facts to allow you to become more than just knowledgeable about each subject. "Duped America", is so thoroughly researched it has almost 1,000 footnotes.
And damn it lays it out there, straight from the mouth of a life-long insider. And is chaulk full 'o Leftist and Mass Media treason. An it should be a damn good read!
I have lately found more Miss Silver msteries by Patrica Wentworth that I hadn't read before. I've just finished the last of them.
by hubchief - pen name7 years ago
book name and author, subject.describe what you liked about it. would you recommend to others, yes or no why?
by chassett7 years ago
So what's everyone reading this summer?Some months ago, I picked up Patricia Cornwell's The Scarpetta Factor and am finally getting around to reading it. You?Another question: Do you read via a Kindle or Nook device, or...
by Keith Abt10 days ago
I've seen a few forum threads/questions about reading lately - asking what types of books you like to read, or how many you've read in the past year, etc....but none have simply asked: what book are you reading right...
by Sarah Alston3 years ago
is there a great need in society for independent magazines?
by ptosis4 years ago
Let's share good books.I recommend "Fall of Giants" (pre-WW1 drama history) 1k+ pages"Pillars of the Earth" (medieval drama history) 1k+ pages"Dreyfus Affair" (France SNAFU history) 500+...
by daniellehorgan20 months ago
I'm reading Suite Francaise by Irene Nemirovsky. The story follows a number of families and individuals as they evacuate Paris in 1940 following German invasion. I am a huge fan of historical drama novels, which is why...
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