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What Are You Reading?

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Yes, you guessed it! Time for another What Are You Reading post. Every now and then, I just have to know what some of you are reading. I find the best books that way. I am currently about halfway through Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, and enjoying it very much. This guy can do creepy and weird like nobody’s business. I have a little list where I add authors I have managed to ignore for way too long and am busy catching up with. The list includes Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, among others, and I have thoroughly enjoyed what I have read of each of them, already. Both make me wonder what took me so long to find them.

So what are YOU reading? And what’s next in your To Be Read pile?  Whose pages are you turning today, and what do you think of them so far?

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  1. Alice on said:

    Watching for replies–my reading season is summer. Just got Pope Joan from the Library–haven’t started yet.

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    • I’m watching for replies, too Alice. Really quiet the last couple of days. Hope we hear from the Usual Suspects soon! Thanks for stopping by, though. And let me know when you start reading Pope Joan. Would love to know what you think of it.

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  2. Just finished “God Loves You, He always has and always will” by David Jeremiah, next on my list is Letters from Little Women – (if I am wrong on the title I will let you know, I’m at work..shhhh) but I have been wanting to read that for a while now, so it is next on my list. 😉

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    • Thanks for letting us hear from you, Patty. Jeremiah’s book sounds very uplifting and I’m intrigued by the Letters From Little Women. (I just looked it up…it’s called The Little Women Letters and sounds very interesting.) Let us know what you think of that one, too. I appreciate your taking the time (especially from work…mum’s the word) to respond. Have a great day!

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  3. Currently reading a book of short stories called Emoticon by Guy Hasson, also Shadow of the Sun for a readalong and Robin Hobbs Assassin’s Apprentice.
    Just finished reading Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life – which was excellent.
    Lynn ;D

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    • Hi, Lynn! Thanks for taking the time to respond. I’m making note of your titles. I love short stories. Have two full shelves now devoted to various kinds of anthologies. Let us know what you think after you’ve finished your current books. I’m always interested. Nice to see you here today!

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  4. I’m reading blogs and senior portfolios, and a book about Woodlake written in the 1940s or so that no one else even has a copy of. Pardon the preposition. 🙂

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