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Posted: 01:41AM Dec 16, 2009
alli-palli*
Posts: 1068

I can't help thinking of the Simpson's episode every time I try reading it
Posted: 03:53PM Dec 16, 2009
jodocrocoAen
Posts: 2833

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
Posted: 03:56PM Dec 17, 2009
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5505

Trickster1992 wrote:
dolphingurl12 wrote:
Winesburg, Ohio was published in 1919. Why would Dean Koontz do anything with that?


I'm trying to read "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy now, but I'm not liking it much.



Winnesburg, Ohio is the book.

Winesburg, Ohio is an actual place.

And I don't know why Dean Koontz would write a new afterword or whatever it was he wrote. Why would Stephen King donate $12,999 for some US soldiers to be able to visit their families for Christmas?

Yes, $12,999. Apparently he thought 13 was an unlucky number; somebody else who worked with him chipped in one dollar to make it even.



Speaking of Stephen King and getting back on topic, I think I'm gonna start reading Under the Dome again.


I have a copy of the book right in front of me...
I just misspelled it when I first posted. The book is Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson. Dean Koontz has nothing to do with it...


Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 05:40PM Dec 17, 2009
dswilborn*
Posts: 2120

The Devil Wears Prada
Posted: 06:17PM Dec 17, 2009
Trickster1992Aen
Posts: 14515

Samantha



I'm not reading a book right now. I'm writing one.


There's something that's missing if we can't recognize that our own existence is the miracle before our eyes. --Michael Tait
Posted: 06:38PM Dec 17, 2009
EMB92*
Posts: 555

I'm currently rereading (for the zillionth time) Return of the King by Tolkien. This is my favorite one in the series.
Posted: 02:08AM Dec 19, 2009
LandiAru
Posts: 2155

TallGrass- Sandra Dallas

'Latte' is Italian for 'you paid too much for that coffee'
Posted: 12:12PM Dec 21, 2009
Trickster1992Aen
Posts: 14515

Yay, I finished Turbulence on the 18th, and am TRYING to write Flash now, I got up to 11 pages (which is really like, 10 pages, cause the first page is just the title), but you know how it is adding holidays to the stress I'm already under from not being able to do anything to.....welllll, actually, to say it would be trying to do something now wouldn't it....but I am TRYING to write Flash. I'm trying. It's not going to be an easy book to write in the first place and then I have to do it while I'm depressed and completely overwhelmed. It's not fair.

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There's something that's missing if we can't recognize that our own existence is the miracle before our eyes. --Michael Tait
Posted: 12:07AM Dec 27, 2009
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5505

Survivor - Chuck Palahnuik

Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 03:06AM Dec 27, 2009
Star_GirlAus
Posts: 163

The Host - Stephenie Meyer
Posted: 05:56PM Dec 29, 2009
4wheelsAus
Posts: 4388



Chemlicon

Whilliam Delih


I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
Posted: 02:48PM Jan 1, 2010
Trickster1992Aen
Posts: 14515

Breathless by Dean Koontz

There's something that's missing if we can't recognize that our own existence is the miracle before our eyes. --Michael Tait
Posted: 07:15PM Jan 3, 2010
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5505

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 02:50PM Jan 6, 2010
dswilborn*
Posts: 2120

"The Spark" by Chris Downie


I absolutely recommend it to anyone who is wanting to live a healthier life - getting fit or losing weight - this book covers that, but it is also about reaching your goals! Excellent read!
Posted: 01:46PM Jan 9, 2010
lostfanAus
Posts: 535

i am reading "watership down" for the 100th time. excellent book!

So after, when he whispers, "You love me. Real or not real?" I tell him, "Real".
Posted: 02:24PM Jan 10, 2010
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5505

The Lovely Bones by recommendation of a teacher.
It's pretty good so far.


Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 11:41AM Jan 13, 2010
Trickster1992Aen
Posts: 14515

"Under the Dome" by Stephen King

AND

"Breathless" by Dean Koontz

AND

"Burn" by Ted Dekker



No, not all at the same time, but yes, I've started them all but haven't finished one yet!
Under the Dome is friggin long, ok? Don't judge me...


There's something that's missing if we can't recognize that our own existence is the miracle before our eyes. --Michael Tait
Posted: 01:07PM Jan 13, 2010
4wheelsAus
Posts: 4388

Motion to supress

It is really good.


I'm on Braingle far too long, I stay on the computer from dusk to dawn. Playing games and chatting with friends, the novelity of it never ends.
Posted: 09:56PM Jan 25, 2010
dolphingurl12Aus
Posts: 5505

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

Excellentness!


Writing is the only thing that, when I do it, I don't feel I should be doing something else. - Gloria Steinem
Posted: 12:57AM Jan 26, 2010
dswilborn*
Posts: 2120

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years - Donald Miller

It's amazingly good!
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