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Any Book Suggestions... I just got done reading The White Tigar, The Alchemist a

  1. jordanc.terrell profile image58
    jordanc.terrellposted 7 years ago

    Any Book Suggestions... I just got done reading The White Tigar, The Alchemist and Freakonomics....

    Im looking for a good journalism book.

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    Surabhi Kauraposted 7 years ago

    Here are some of the novels I have read. The novels are as following:
    1. David Copperfield, By Charles Dickens
    2. Waltzez I have not frogotten, By Bernadette Gabay Dyer
    3. Panchatantra (this book consists of various stories)... not sure about the author.
    4. Lord of the Flies, By William Golding
    5. The bread winner, By Deborah Ellis
    6. Country Brides By, Debbie Macomber
    7. Bad Attitude, By Tiffany White
    8. Half Magic, By Edward Eager
    9. Trouble don't last, By Shelly Pearsall
    10. Brave New World, By Alduous Huxley
    11. Eyes of the Emperor, By Graham Salisbury
    12. The Pearl, By John Steinbeck
    13. The Call of the Wild, By Jack Landon
    14. The Outsiders, By S.E. Hinton
    15. Esperanza Rising, By Pam Munoz Ryan
    16. Jason's Gold, By Will Hobbs
    17. All That Remains, By Bruce Brooks
    18. Under the Persimmon Tree, By Suzzane Fisher Staples
    19. The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Imm, By Michael Scott
    20. The Body of Christopher Creed, By Carol Plum-Ucci
    21. The Golden Compass, By Philip Pullman
    22. Under the Blood Red Sun, By Graham Salisbury

    You can see if any of these suits with journalism...

  3. aspiretoinspire profile image61
    aspiretoinspireposted 7 years ago

    I wonder if this would fit the category. There's a few books (interview transcripts) from the TV interview show Enough Rope, hosted by Andrew Denton, an Australian comedian/TV host.

    The difference about this show from similar shows is that not only did Denton interview famous people, he also interviewed everyday people like taxi drivers and vets. He's also a very talented interviewer, intelligent and funny.

  4. Castiel girl profile image56
    Castiel girlposted 7 years ago

    I usually pick a summer reading project every year, i worked in health care, in one form or another, and summer is always slow.  This year i am rereading the classics, just finished Paradise Lost, The scarlett Letter and starting Sun Tzu's The Art Of War and Dante's Inferno.  One summer i read the entire Stephen King collection (the ones i had not already read anyway).  Optimus magister, bonus liber (The best teacher is a good book) Happy reading smile

  5. RNMSN profile image90
    RNMSNposted 7 years ago

    I just read and loved the black jewel trilogy and water for elephants...they were both great..the jewel trilogy is the best so far this summer though I just cried and cried at the end
    I also finally read the red tent and it was good but then found rebekkah by orson scott card and its better

  6. stealthystitcher profile image57
    stealthystitcherposted 7 years ago

    There is always the sequel to Freakonomics...did you read the "new" expanded version with the added blog pages?  I just read it because my son's girl friend who is a high school math teacher extraordinaire recommended it and I LOVED it.  I'm looking forward to the sequel.

    I'm not sure you would like my other reading recommendations which tilt toward the mystery/knitting/Pilcher variety.

  7. sacredlilac profile image75
    sacredlilacposted 6 years ago

    I know these aren't journalism books, but if you haven't read any of Malcolm Gladwell's books, I would recommend those. I loved "The tipping point" and "Blink".

    For something funny, try some of David Sedaris' books.

  8. cascoly profile image61
    cascolyposted 6 years ago
  9. Nationette profile image71
    Nationetteposted 3 years ago

    Their eyes were watching god. Zora Neale Hurston

    you must be able to read, and enjoy that book, to want to be a writer.

 
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