Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. You just might see Poseidon.
Gift From The Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Classic, timeless, and guaranteed to induce oodles of productive self-reflection.
Ready Player One. The irony is I actually started reading this book at the beach in Hawaii. Terrific story with an awesome plot and characters. Hard to put down.
by Anusha Jain 5 years ago
Do you read and/or recommend reading reviews after reading Books? Why or why not?Generally one would like to check out positive and critical reviews of the books before purchasing/reading it. But have you ever done taken the lesser traditional path? Have you ever felt the need for having a look at...
by Tim Mitchell 9 months ago
How important is reading to become a good writer?
by kevins blog52 5 years ago
If you were going to write a book and have a best seller, what topic would you choose?I have had what some would call an above average life, so I have been thinking towards an autobiography but who would give a rats but about my life story? I want to write the best book I can, but I need a topic...
by The Reluctant Revivalist 22 months ago
Do you know what the best selling book of all time is?
by Robthom43921717 8 years ago
HelloI have recently joined hubpages and was wondering if anyone would be kind enought to take me under there wings for a few weeks to help me learn the ropes of hubpages.
by Montice Harmon 8 years ago
many say to stay focus & maintain a stress free life. being able to write at your own free will, without any interuptions.it puts you into a state of mind. peace and comfort. what do you think?
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