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Hey everyone! Kristi...when you start Janet's books...the Stephanie Plum series...be sure you start from the beginning. It might be called "One for the Money." I think! I laugh outloud when I read these books. I'm just about finished with Twilight by Stephanie Meyers. I'm enjoying it! Several readers on this thread suggested it...Thanks!

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By the way, I joined bookswap.com. Posted a bunch of books to share and have a lot more to add when I get all my stuff unpacked. I'm recommending the site to some of my friends who are also avid readers.

Here's the link again for anyone who is interested

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I haven't read Janet Evanovich, but so many of you talk about her, that I'm going to have to try her.
Bill, I do like that site, I just wish I had found it before I gave so many of my books away! Oh well, I donated them to the library, so I guess that's okay. :)
Right now I'm reading Tales of a Mediterranean Family. I just started it, and it seems a bit slow, so we'll see.

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Ooo, that sounds like a great website. Thanks for the info. I'll check it out right away.

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Hey guys...my sister just introduced me to a book swapping website that is really good. I've been using it and I just thought I'd share the information with all of you. It has been a great way for me to thin my shelves of books I've read that I won't read again and replace them for books I want to read. (since I'm a hopeless sucker for books on sale, I always have bulging shelves!!) You list the books you want to trade, and when someone wants it, you mail it, paying for the media mail postage..once they receive it you get a credit to get a book..so you pay postage to send your books, but when someone sends you a book, they pay the postage..so it's a great cheap way to get books!! I just thought I'd share the info here if anyone is interested here is the address.
http://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php?r
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Don't want to post a "commercial" here, I just know how much I've enjoyed swapping for new books so thought some of you might want to check it out too!! :)

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This morning I'm reading Plum Spooky by Janet Evanovich - I just love her!!!



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Here are a couple of books I've read recently and would highly recommend to all. "Olive Kitteridge: by Elizabeth Strout. This is a Pulitzer Prize winning book whose central character you will never forget. Another excellent book I've recently read is "The Postmistress" by Sarah Blake. A story of three women set during the opening days of WW2. Ok, I'll add one more. "Gilead" by Marilynne Robinson another Pulitzer Prize winner. This is another one you will never forget.

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I get my books from the library...don't think they'd like my swapping their books! I only read one book at a time (usually). I'm getting ready to start James Patterson's "10th Anniversary."

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I love to read, too! Majorly! And my folks just got me a Kindle, too, so my reading obsession is at an all time HIGH right now! LOL!

Of course, that's when I can pry it out of my son's fingers! He tried to swipe it the first day!

I am a spazmotronic reader and I'm always reading multiple books, which sometimes winds up leaving some books completely unfinished. The cycle of 'adding' new books is always going, so some poor, sweet books just get shoved farther and farther back. Ha!

So right now, I have about five books (I think...maybe more...) going in my Kindle. One of them is The Spark. I also just received the paperback of it yesterday - so I've dug in there now, too. I'll have to rescue my kindle from said teenager's room so I can fill you in on what's in progress on there.

I think I only have two other 'in the flesh' books going right now - one is a wonderful ghost book and the other is the 2nd book from the "All I Need To Know I Learned In Kindy" guy...

I'll give ya'll an actual list later - just had to chime in here. Happy to see other booklovers in the group!

P.S. Hey, maybe we could do some kind of book swap thing - with the books we don't want anymore. That'd be fun.



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#17 is out and I'm #30 on the list from the Library! I'm reading Buried Prey by John Sandford right now. I've liked all his books and this is no exception.

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The Janet Evonavich (Stephanie Plum series) books are great! I started a month ago and I'm already on number 14...I'm trying to finish up before number 17 comes out!

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Just finished Water for Elephants. I was a bit surprised and liked the older version of the main characer better than when he was a young man.

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Currently I am reading Proverbs..................................
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Darlene

If you always do what you've always done,
You'll always be who you've always been!!!!!!

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage
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Currently, I'm reading The Spark on Kindle and Acheron by Sherilyn Kenyon from the library.

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I love Kim Harrison's books. I've read the whole series. If you like books like this, you'll probably like Kelly Armstrong's books too.

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Twilight as a series is very well written, and, unlike a lot of series, it improved from book to book. My only criticism is that Bella is just a total spaz and makes some really stupid decisions. But I guess that's just the usual teen angst.

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I hope you like it.

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I ordered Book 1 from the library...it'll probably be in tomorrow!

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For me, Twilight was a really good series. In all honesty, it was refreshing to see the morality in it. It was a different kind of young adult book.

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I keep saying I'm going to read the Twilight books, but I haven't yet...I'm going to have to give them a try. Right now I'm reading The Angel's Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.


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Thanks...I'm going to go my Library's website and order the first book of the series.

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Thank you for the welcome. Stephanie Meyers is the author. She catches a lot of flack because to me, the books are very sweet, and some people think it's not realistic. And yeah... I tend to go on and on when talking about books.

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Hi Allie and welcome! My granddaughter told me about the Twilight series, but I haven't read them...guess I'll have to give them a try...who's the author?

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Hi everyone. I'm an avid reader also. I read everything. Seriously, put a book in front of me, and I'm all over it. I love the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton. I'm not ashamed to admit I like the Twilight series too. I'm always looking for a good read, so if you have any suggestions, give me a shout.

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Good for you! I read it when it first came out and was glad I did. I'm back to Catherine Coulter's FBI series. I'm reading "Whiplash" right now. I think it may be the last one in the series...can't wait for another one. I'm addicted to the books!

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I am an avid reader of christian fiction but right now Im reading THE SPARK BOOK. emoticon

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I read Steig Larsson's three books...The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo, The Girl who Played with Fire and I can remember the third. Very good. If you read them, be sure to read them in order.

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I havent read anything since the book about the little boy. Guess I need to go to the
library.

Darlene

If you always do what you've always done,
You'll always be who you've always been!!!!!!

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage
is the quiet voice at the
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Mary Anne Radmacher

Darlene
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I used to read Elizabeth Peters...guess I'll have to try her again...don't know why I stopped...guess there are SO MANY BOOKS AND SO LITTLE TIME! LOL!

I just read Harlan Coben's "Live Wire." After that one, I read "Bel-Air Dead" by Stuart Woods. I couldn't put it down and read it in 4-1/2 hours...stayed up until 2:30 a.m.! Not a good idea! I was wasted yesterday!

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I just finished The Crocodile, the Snake, and The Dog by Elizabeth Peters. Just started The Last Camel Died at Noon by the same author.

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Thanks, I'll have to check them out! I just finished "Mobbed" by Carol Higgins Clark. It was good...she's getting to be a really good writer! Her main character is a female PI whose mother is a mystery writer...imagine that! (Carol's mother is Mary Higgins Clark).

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The Maisie Dobbs mystery series takes place after WWI. She's an investigator back when women didn't do that sort of thing, and she's a great character. Think P.D. James rather than Agatha Christie as far as the writing and plot go. Very well done. I really love them.

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What is the Maisie Dobbs series about? I love reading series!

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I'm in grad school to become a librarian, and most of my reading is classwork! Luckily, I'm able to listen to audio books at work. Plus, I listen to a different one while driving. Right now at work, I'm in the middle of Kim Harrison's- Hollow's Series. Think witches, vampires, and pixies fighting crime! In the truck, I'm on the second Cornelia Funke's Inkheart book called Inkspell. I read anything except true crime and horror. I don't like the psycho serial killer books.

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I'm in two book clubs, and for this month we're reading "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet," and "Little Bee," both very good. Have any of you read Jacqueline Winspear's Maisie Dobbs series? Love them -- I think there are 7 of them in print now, and you need to read them in sequence, if possible (the first is "Maisie Dobbs").

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The AL Question of the Day today asked if you were a reader and what you were reading. I thought I'd reserect this thread and see if we have any interest.

I'm reading Dana Stabenow's "Though not Dead." It's pretty good. I've also been working on Catherine Coulter's FBI Series and am just about finished with the series of 18 books. I'm ready to order from the library either the 18th or 19th book of the Sisterhood Series by Fern Michaels. When I know there's a series, I like to start from the beginning and watch the characters evolve...after 18 books, I feel like these people are my friends...LOL!

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Well, I finished it last night and did enjoy it. I started "A Catered Birthday Party" by Isis Crawford. This is a book in a series about two sisters who have a catering business and solve murders. I think this is the last one and I started with the first. They are "fluff" books, easy to read and entertaining.

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Loiuse, thanks for the recommendation. I don't think we have that one yet. I'm sure it's on DH's list - teehee - he is even a bigger fan than me.

I can believe 100 page short stories, since the chapters on Under the Dome are 50 pages!

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Today I started Song of the River by Sue Harrison. Not sure if I like it yet...

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Hi All...Cindy, if you like Stephen King, you'll probably like Full Dark, No Stars. The "short" stories are 100-200+ pages long and are pretty good.

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Recently I've read:

Twenty Wishes - HIGHLY recommend
Enders Game - it was good and I read on DH recommendation
Bitter is the new Black - LOVE LOVE LOVE this one

I'm on book 4 of the redemption series by Karen Kingsbury. It's Christian fiction. My mom got me the 5 redemption books for Christmas.

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I'm going to have to try Mary Jane Clark. Just finished One Door Away From Heaven and will have to look on the shelf tomorrow and see what strikes me.

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I'm a voracious reader. If it has print on it, I'll probably read it. emoticon

Right now I'm working on re-reading Joseph Heller's Catch 22. Still as good as the first couple times around. And isn't it interesting to see what you catch each time?

Also working on Steven King's "Under the Dome". I'm a real fan of his work.

I like adventure, mystery, sci-fi, historical fiction, and lots of other stuff.

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Hi Terri,
Let me know if they are good, I am a trueblood fan and thought about buying the books but I wasn't really impressed by the twilight books. They seemed a little immature. If you like a good vampire series then try Lara Adrian she has 7 books out, the 8th comes out in June it is the Midnight Breed series. Hope to hear from you!
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I'm reading Full Dark, No Stars which are some short stories by Stephen King. I used to love reading him and bought his books for years...now, now so much!

If you like Mary Higgins Clark, try some books by Mary Jane Clark...she's the ex-daughter-in-law of Mary. Her books are very good.

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I haven't got any books right now. I am going to
have to get David to take me to the library.

If you always do what you've always done,
You'll always be who you've always been!!!!!!

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage
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Mary Anne Radmacher

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I"m into Nora Roberts the three fates right now, it isn't one of her best in my opinion.

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Ooh Michelle, I love Mary Higgins Clark too. I'm currently reading Dean Koontz One Door Away From Heaven. Had it forever, but found it and realized I'd never read it...

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I just read The Confession by John Grisham...it was good, but too long. I think he could have told the story without all the detail.

I also read the latest Kay Scarpetta book by Patricia Cornwell, can't think of the name. It was kind of strange and confusing at times.

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I just finished a teri Gerritsen and now i'm on a sandra brown, I love lisa jackson, i've read a couple of mary jane clarks, I love mary higgins clark though.

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