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  • What books are you reading right now?

    I just finished Lone Survivor. (meh, it was ok)
    Now I'm reading Loaded (about a guy who was involved in the drug trade in the 70s. So far it's great) and The Tibetan Book of the Living and Dying - Excellent book.

  • Still savoring The Kissing School and the Celestine Prophecy Experiential Guide. Just finish a lite re-read, one of the Pern series by Anne McCaffrey. Been flipping through Mitchelle's Energy Now. Need a novel to read.

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    • Abnormal Psychology by James Butcher, Cognitive Psychology by E. Bruce Goldstein, and The Alphabet of Manliness by Maddox.
      There are those who believe that dictionaries should not merely reflect the times but also protect English from the mindless assaults of the trendy.

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      • Good Old Agatha Christy

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        • Uncle Silas by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

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          • I'm still waiting for a book called 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus', from the library. Hopefully I'll get it soon.
            Has anyone read it?
            Last edited by Sprite; 01-09-2010, 04:52 AM. Reason: Spelling error
            Love isn't about finding the perfect person, but learning to see an imperfect person perfectly <3

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            • The Once & Future Goddess; A Sweeping Visual Chronicle of the Sacred Female and Her Reemergence in the Cultural Mythology of Our Time.

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              • Just (re)finished Shelters of Stone. Now working on One Hundred Years of Solitude. It's one of those books I pretended to have read in college, now I can actually enjoy it.
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                • LOL, the one I'm reading was used as a college text book - not when I was there, it's more current but really a good read.

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                  • Originally posted by sourpuss View Post
                    I just finished Lone Survivor. (meh, it was ok)
                    Now I'm reading Loaded (about a guy who was involved in the drug trade in the 70s. So far it's great) and The Tibetan Book of the Living and Dying - Excellent book.
                    I'm reading Lone Survivor right now myself. So far its ok, haven't really gotten that far into it yet.
                    Just finished World War Z - An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks. It was much better than I had anticipated. It's set up as a collection of interviews with various survivors of the worldwide zombie apocolypse. Very interesting.
                    No regrets, only lessons learned

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                    • I heard about that on NPR. It's interesting.


                      I am reading Chakras for Beginners by David Pond.

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                      • I read the original story that the movie based on "I Am Legend" is based on. Is that story darker? (The written story being darker than the movie.)

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                        • Originally posted by Nix View Post
                          I'm still waiting for a book called 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus', from the library. Hopefully I'll get it soon.
                          Has anyone read it?
                          I haven't but I would be willing to bet top dollar the WC has. She would be pretty familiar with John Grey's work.

                          Also a question for WC (if she finds this), is John Grey's ex wife a women's support specialist? I can't remember her name but I think she's fairly well known.

                          As for my own reading preferences, it's not worth posting. Not many people gravitate to political sciences for recreational reading.

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                          • Found what I was looking for,

                            John Gray's first wife (excuse the typo above) is Barbara DeAngelis, Ph.D. and is herself an expert in relationships.

                            Just an update.

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                            • Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets... I have a goal to read all of them before the 7th movie comes out... yes.. I like Harry Potter. lol. I'm a dork

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