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rose50


 
 
What is your favorite book or author?
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on Jun 19, 2007 (Read 414091 times | Comments: 190)
Right now I am reading everything written by Jodi Picoult. Right now I am reading Picture Perfect. I have also recently read Keeping Faith, The Pact and My Sister's Keeper. She is a very good author and keeps you interested. I also read every article in National Geographic magazine. I love magazines. I will read almost anything.
coffee4me56
coffee4me56


on Jun 19, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I just recently read "My Sitster's Keeper". It was and excellent book. You will be surprised at the end. It is a must read. My daughter suggested this book to me and said she hadn't read it but had heard it was really good. I purchased it and passed it along to her to read. Happy reading.
doublejs513127
doublejs513127


on Jun 19, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

Reading is one of my favorite past times. Many wonder how I find time to read (anything besides text books lol) because I am a full time student as well as a single mother. I have several favorite authors which include Nora Roberts, Danielle Steele, Wanda Brunstetter, Barbara Delinsky, LaVyrle Spencer and Tamara Alexander, just to name a few of many. I love to read and particularly enjoy historical romance, christian historical romance, and contemporary romance. I just recently finished a 3 book series called the Bells of Lowell by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller.The titles of the books are Daughters of the Loom, A Fragile Design and These Tangled Threads. Very good books that will keep you turning those pages. Happy Reading to all!!!!
MamiMari
MamiMari


on Jun 22, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I love books and absolutly love to read...we move every few years with the military and my husband always says "are you going to get rid of any of these books?" and i always reply "NO" i carry them from duty station to duty station. They have been my escape from the world when my husbadn has deployed and on my last 3 deployments, they have kept my sanity intack. My fav authors are Nora Roberts, Dannille Steele, Beatrice Small, and Mary Higgins Clarke. In Iraq i maintained the FOB Bucca library, organizing and collecting books for the troops. it also gave me the chance to see what was new coming in;-)
sharman421
sharman421


on Jun 25, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I am reading Infidel by Ayaan Ali. Every woman should read it.
tjzlof
tjzlof


on Jun 28, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I love to read and will read almost anything. I just finished Alice Steinbach's Without Reservations and absolutely loved it. It's about her being single and traveling. I felt like I was right there with her. I also read Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and the other 3 in the series. I know they are young adult books, but I loved them anyway.
gingefur
gingefur


on Jul 20, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I really enjoyed Moon Women by Pamela Duncan. It is a book about 3 generations of women living in the NC mountains. It is very inspirational and heartwarming. If you like Appalachian literature and stories about strong women, this is the book for you.
budsmama
budsmama


on Jul 26, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

No certain favorite but I love Dorothy Garlock,Lavyrle Spencer,Nora Roberts,Kathleen Woodiwiss,Dorothy Benton Franks Julie Garwood,Susan Wiggs,Luanne Rice, James Patterson and Ann Rule
erin_realworld
erin_realworld


on Jul 30, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

The Alchemist and Roots are my all-time favorite books.
edentongirl
edentongirl


on Jul 31, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »
Originally posted by vanillagorilla08093 » 
The Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich

I'm telling you when I read the series from ONE to TWELVE..I have to say i cant recall laughing so hard while reading a book. from time to time I had to lay the book down just so I could regroup. The books are always easy to read and hard to set down. I find myself in a power struggle to lay the book down so I can get to what needs my attention. I'm glad 13 is coming out now! I need a good distraction...
saralynn315
saralynn315


on Aug 01, 2007 Quote  »     Reply  »

I cried my eyes out at the end of My Sister's Keeper. I also love anything by James Patterson. I'd recommend Suzanne's Diary to Nicholas and Sam's Letters for Jennifer especially. They're are not his typical books.
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