OK here's mine: Women in Love, DH Lawrence, Wollstonecraft and Godwin Memoirs, Bede Ecclesiastical History of the English people, Selected Poems TS Eliot and Ladybird 'learning with mother book3'. I also have the playscript for 'We happy few' which I must learn by mid november. What books do you have and why?
I love to read before I go to sleep, but I got addicted to hubbing for a while. lol And then I got interested in making videos. So, by the time I hit the bed at 1:00-2:00am (sometimes even later), I was just too tired to read. Recently, I found a book I bought from the library sale for 25cents... a romance by Lynn Kurland, "With Every Breathe I Take" (Whoo! so cheesy!), which I started reading last year but never finished. I had forgotten what it was all about... so I started reading it again from the beginning, and I am loving it.
I'm re-reading Sylvia Brown's Life on the Other Side and her book on dream intrepretation. To add to the stack I'm half way through Michael Connelly's Lincoln Lawyer. Love those other worldly experiences and the law stories.
I'm on a reading slump. I have books on my beside, but nothing new and interesting. Currently re-reading We by Zamyatin, but not getting very far. Some works on this forum sound appealing, may give them a try, but I hate to leave a book I've started until I finish it.
I'm now reading: Dissolution - C. J. Sansom; Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Hunter S. Thompson (okay, so I'm a late bloomer when it comes to modern American classics ) and a Clive Cussler.
Just finished: If You Ask Me - Betty White's latest (2011) and Sarah's Key - Tatiana de Rosnay.
Just finished "The Winter Sea" by Susanna Kearsley.. Anybody who liked this would like "The Vigin Blue" by the lady who wrote "Girl With The Pearl Earring." Still reading "What the Dog Saw" by Malcom Gladwell. About to start "Fall of the Giants" by Ken Follett. Listen to it books on tape and want to read the book to make sure I didn't miss a word. Can't wait for the next book in the trilogy.
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?
Have you ever read a book that had you looking over your shoulder?A long time ago I read a book by Peter Straub, "Ghost Story" and it was so terrifyingly eerie, I had to sit with my back to a wall as I was so...
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...