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Thread: What book are you reading now?

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    I'm almost finished with "Fifty Shades Darker". Read the first in the series, "Fifty Shades of Grey" and will get the 3rd when I'm able.

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    I just checked amazon for Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker and found 2 written by different people. Which is the one y'all are talking about ~ the one by Jennifer Chiaverini or the one by Lynda Jones?

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    I just read The Pool Beneath the Waterfall by Jane Robinson. it is her first book. Jane is a friend of mine and it is a great read. You can find it on Amazon

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    With all these suggestions it will be difficult to choose between reading time and quilting time ..... I love it!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by romanojg View Post
    Right now I'm books by Heather Huffman. Most of them I got free on my Nook and the others I paid under $3 for. I was interested at first because of her last name; my mothers maiden name which is not very common. I was hooked on the first book and have all that I can find that downloaded. They are based on true life stories or situations to bring the focus of the topic to the forefront. Sometimes we have a tendancy to forget things that happen in life that we don't see. I've read her books on human trafficking, wrongly being imprisonment, things like that. As soon as I read those I'm reading the next in line of one of the many vampire series that I love to read. I love reading.
    Have you read the Nook books by Christopher Buecheler- The II AM trilogy? The first book is the Blood that Bonds and is free. A bit different/better than other vampire books I've read.

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    Just finished "Olive Kittridge"...really good...before that I read "Killing Kennedy" by Bill Moyer...both good reading.
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    I love to read as well but found audio books. I can listen to them as I sew and love it. I read about 6 a week. I also really read books at night. Have read all Elm Creek books, Marie Bostwick' books, I have to have large print and my library can get them for me. Check out your library many are connected to others and you can get books from any of them sent to your library. LOVE MY LIBRARY

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    I'm rereading my favorite author's mystery series. I'm loving them even more the 2nd time around and I usually don't read a book more than once. Louis Penny's Armand Gamache series is excellent.

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    I just finished 'The Innocent' by David Baldacci. It is gruesome sometimes, but I couldn't put it down. I like all kinds of fiction. Jodi Picoult used to be a favorite author. Then she had her son do some comic book type illustrations in one of the books. Total turn off. Now James Patterson is mentoring other authors, so his books say, "James Patterson & ...another author's name." So he's off my list. It's interesting to see all the variety on here of reading genres!
    "A woman is like a tea bag-you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." Eleanor Roosevelt

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    I'm reading 'Term Limits" by Vince Flynn. I LOVE making myself crazy over politics!

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