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    I like to read Amish books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew N Tune View Post
    Kristen Hannah is also very good, anything by Jodi Piccoult, Lee Childs, or James Patterson. I'm currently reading a new author to me - The Island, by Elin Hilderbrand.
    I love Elin Hilderbrand! Her books have so many real life issues.

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    If you have a Kindle and you're looking for free books check out BookRooster.com. They will send you a book to review. If you choose to read it, they will email it to you and you can send it to your Kindle. The reviews are only 100 words.

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    I have just finished a series of books by Jo Nesbo who is a Scandinavian writer, they are about a maverick police detective and are really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellina View Post
    Google Pixel of Ink. They send me a daily email with free books for the kindles.
    I was given a Kindle Fire for Christmas. It is so wonderful in my opinion!

    Anyway, I have downloaded so many books from Pixel of Ink that I had never heard of. I have enjoyed every one of them so far; this has opened up a whole new world of reading rather than sticking to the same authors!
    Bebe McGee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottage Dee View Post
    Anyone know of free books for the Nook? I just finished listening to Jeffery Archer's "The Sins of the Father" (second in a series) I didn't read the first book, didn't know about it, and this book ended with a cliff-hanger, to be continued in the next book.....I then discovered it won't be released until 2013.....sigh...why did I get so involved???? Anyway, it is a good read.
    I love Jeffery Archer's stuff!!!
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    Reading: Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years by Carl Sandburg. Before that: Mother Cary's Chickens by Kate Wiggins.

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    I want to thank everybody who posted a reply Pixel of Ink is what I wanted and Ideas on good books to read.
    I will be busy reading the books that was suggested here. thanks again

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    I listen to Audio Books. Am listening to "Ahab's Wife" by Sena Jeter Naslund. I bought it at the library for 50 cents. Was the best 50 cents I ever spent. The book is on tapes - 40 of them!!!! I am on 16. Good story!!!!! I love the Mass. accent!!!!! I like to listen while I am sewing! Takes me into a whole new world. Edie
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    I am so confused. I don't know if I found a rope or lost my horse."

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    I hear about that series ALL the time anymore. Was it good?
    yes..I liked it alot..it was a page turner....it was a quick read...nothing that you really had to think about.
    Last edited by pamesue; 05-24-2012 at 03:56 AM.
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