Fitness Minutes: (41,579)
4/29/12 12:52 P
A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving; it was awesome!
4/5/12 1:32 P
The Third Jesus by Deepak Chopra
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2,719 4/5/12 1:12 P
Innocent by Scott Turow; This is the sequel to Presumed Innocent from way back - the story of Rusty Sabich - and he is being tried again for murder - this time for his wife. I would highly recommend this book!
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9,617 4/5/12 12:26 P
Thank you Butterfly4411, I also like to read Nora Roberts. I was taught as a child that romance fiction was inappropriate so I don't often admit that I love to indulge in her books and those of Nicholas Sparks and Danielle Steele. It is nice to know I am not alone.
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2 4/5/12 12:04 P
YES! The one I wrote: "Die, Die, Diet." Available for Kindle at Amazon. Let me know if you like it !!
4/5/12 10:42 A
I am always reading. I love this pastime
Fitness Minutes: (1,765)
4/5/12 10:41 A
The Hunger Games trilogy. Finished the first on Spring Break and now on the second. Didn't think I'd like them but I do!
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15,146 4/5/12 10:39 A
WHAT THE DEAD CAN TEACH US ABOUT LIFE UNFINISHED BUSINESS BY James Van Praagh.
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4/5/12 10:06 A
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4/2/12 3:39 P
I'm reading Why Aren't You Sweet Like Me? by Carrie Nyman. I won it in a giveaway at Good Reads. It's historical fiction set in WW2, based on letters and telegrams the author's grandparents sent each other.
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4/2/12 1:57 P
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I've just started reading "Babel No More: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners" and I'm looking forward to learning some tricks from hyperpolyglots! I've also got a book about Spinoza and secularism on the agenda. I like non-fiction.
Almost finished with The Girl Who Kicked the Hornetls Nest. FABULOUS. Next I'll probably read the Hunger Games since I've been hearing good things about it.
Fitness Minutes: (16,011)
1,078 3/30/12 9:32 A
I read and LOVED the Hunger Games as well.
Also what I've read lately: The Help The Shack (no words to describe how FABULOUS this book was) The Art of Hearing Heartbeats Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Fitness Minutes: (68,860)
6,688 3/30/12 9:01 A
I'm reading a very good book right now by Vern Poythress entitled "Redeeming Science." It's about the positive relationship between theology and science. Poythress has a PhD in mathematics from Harvard and a PhD in theology from somewhere impressive! I haven't met him but I know people who know him, and they report that he is particularly gifted and prepared to address this subject but also quite humble. Praise God for men and women who are like this!
Fitness Minutes: (29,278)
3/30/12 9:00 A
Working on 11-22-63, Stephan King. VERY good book.
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