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Thread: Read any good books lately?

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    Thank you all for keeping this thread going. I'm thoroughly enjoying my Nook and checking out books thru our library. I've put your suggestions into a spreadsheet that I can reference. Sometimes they don't have what I'm looking for, so it's nice to look at that spreadsheet to see what else you've all recommended. Now, it's cutting into my quilt time.......the other day, I read a book in 2 days...no sewing...no housecleaning....etc. I guess I'd better figure out a way to "move" around more! But, loving the book recommendations!

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    I love all of Richard Paul Evans books. They are very quick to read - can't put them down. He has a great writing style.
    Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

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    I'm loving all the suggestions. I love fantasy, paranormal, young adult, funny, etc.... (I loved Shelly Laurenston and Mary Janice Davidson. They made me literally laugh out loud)

    In case it helps anyone else...I recently subscribed to Scribd.com and I really love that service. It isn't expensive (it's a monthly fee $8.99 and read all the books you want in a ton of categories), there's a ton of books including quilting books and I can use the app on my e-reader. They even have audiobooks and sheet music. I think the only limits are on newer releases, you're limited to 3 a month or something, but with all of the selections available, it hasn't limited me in the slightest. I can tell you it's saving me a bundle with the cost of books nowadays.

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