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Apr 16, 2010 07:58AM

26915 no.....but thank you for looking!!! i appreciate it
Apr 16, 2010 07:25AM

26915 Im loving this book!!!!! I saw the movie first and loved that too.
Jan 21, 2010 03:28PM

26915 Carly wrote: "I'll wait a while before I add this one to my King collection. I've kinda' gone off him . . . I do like a few of the recent books though - Lisey's Story was good.

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I think I've officially given up on it. I just dont feel the excitement to read it like I do with other books. Its more of a chore. Maybe someday I'll try again.
Jan 21, 2010 06:44AM

26915 Happy Birthday Jan!!
Jan 17, 2010 08:07AM

26915 I'm so glad the surprise went well. It sounded like fun! Enjoy the rest of your trip.
Jan 13, 2010 02:58PM

26915 OMG Pam!! I just nearly peed my pants. You're hilarious. Im just going to double fist books for a while and see how it goes.
Jan 13, 2010 11:26AM

26915 I really feel like this book is holding me back from reading other things and I'm getting frustrated. I cant just stop reading it.....but I want to.....(sorry for the whining)
Jan 12, 2010 06:40AM

26915 I made it to page 300 and I cant believe the turns he's taking. Some of it leaves me sitting on my couch and saying out loud, "Seriously? This is happening?" Sometimes I just cant get myself to pick it up and read, knowing its more of a political story than a scary creepy book. (Plus since its so big and Im this far in, its just physically uncomfortable to read.
Jan 09, 2010 12:36PM

26915 You guys are so sweet!! Its wonderful to have people be proud of your accomplishements...I can tell I definitely joined the right group! ;)
Jan 09, 2010 07:31AM

26915 Pam thats amazing!!! You ran the show. I cant believe they would get rid of that position! Im not a big fan with how things are going in this company. For now I'm just hanging on and being thankful I have a job.
Jan 09, 2010 06:35AM

26915 Im just a teller right now. Maybe I'll go up the ladder....I used to manage a retail store so Im happy with a lower stress job. What did you used to do?
Jan 09, 2010 05:56AM

26915 No, I work at a bank. I've been watching a lot of Food Network Challenge and they make crazy huge cakes, which is where my obsession started. So now I'm trying it at home.


Jan 09, 2010 05:38AM

26915 Morning ladies!!! Here I am at work on a freezing cold Saturday morning. Im super excited because I'm learning how to decorate cakes, and last night I baked a cake for my best friends birthday. I get to play with decorating when I get home, and tonight is couples game night at our friends house which is when she'll get it. Such a great day.

As for the cold in Florida, I saw on the news this morning that North Florida was at 29 degrees. Unheard of. Get ready for orange juice prices to jump!!
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Jan 08, 2010 01:18PM

26915 Nothing wrong with that....I can chat with the best of 'em!
Jan 08, 2010 10:47AM

26915 I know Stephen King is known for creepy gory stuff, but so far this isnt it. There's a little bit of bloody stuff and he is very matter of fact about it. I'm only 200 pages into it (its over a thousand pages long) but I love it so far. If anyone starts to read it I'd enjoy talking about it.
Jan 08, 2010 10:43AM

26915 From Publishers Weekly
King's return to supernatural horror is uncomfortably bulky, formidably complex and irresistibly compelling. When the smalltown of Chester's Mill, Maine, is surrounded by an invisible force field, the people inside must exert themselves to survive. The situation deteriorates rapidly due to the dome's ecological effects and the machinations of Big Jim Rennie, an obscenely sanctimonious local politician and drug lord who likes the idea of having an isolated populace to dominate. Opposing him are footloose Iraq veteran Dale “Barbie” Barbara, newspaper editor Julia Shumway, a gaggle of teen skateboarders and others who want to solve the riddle of the dome. King handles the huge cast of characters masterfully but ruthlessly, forcing them to live (or not) with the consequences of hasty decisions. Readers will recognize themes and images from King's earlier fiction, and while this novel doesn't have the moral weight of, say, The Stand, nevertheless, it's a nonstop thrill ride as well as a disturbing, moving meditation on our capacity for good and evil.
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Jan 08, 2010 10:33AM

26915 I will give it a whirl!! I dont know if its my work computer that I'm on now, but everytime I go into the mindless chatter board Internet Explorer refuses to respond....I'll try it from my laptop when I get home.
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Jan 08, 2010 09:30AM

26915 Hi Linda! Nice to virtually meet you!! ;)


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Jan 08, 2010 08:43AM

26915 I meant Under the Dome.....Friday brain!!!
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Jan 08, 2010 08:42AM

26915 Right now I'm taking on Under the Bridge by Stephen King. This book is huge....I love pretty much all Elizabeth Berg books. Next on my hit list is Jodi Piccoult. Im a fan of fiction. Any kind. I used to be a crazy John Grisham fan. I dont know why I stopped.

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