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message 1: by Al "Tank" (new)

Al "Tank" (alkalar) | 280 comments What are you reading now? Have you finished? Did you write a review (link to it)?

Please, no promotions of your own book here!


message 2: by Terri (new)

Terri (terrilovescrows) | 13 comments Brew. Really enjoying it so far.


message 3: by Al "Tank" (new)

Al "Tank" (alkalar) | 280 comments Okay, I'll start:

Global Domination for Beginners by Will Once Global Domination for Beginners by Will Once.

I just finished this book. Surprisingly pleasant, even though the humor is "Brit humor", which usually goes over my head. But I caught most of it in this delightful "read".

Here's my review: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23...


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G.G. (ggatcheson) | 491 comments Started to read Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project Truth Insurrected The Saint Mary Project by Daniel P. Douglas but I have a neck strain. I will have to wait and continue when I can read more than a few pages at a time. :(


message 5: by Ken (new)

Ken Doggett (kendoggett) Currently reading Foucault's Pendulum. A long, slow read, and now more than halfway through.


message 6: by Shomeret (new)

Shomeret | 138 comments Currently reading Inside Deaf Culture in print and Slave and Sister on Kindle.


message 7: by Theresa (new)

Theresa (theresa99) | 483 comments I finished reading The Cat Who Had 60 Whiskers and this was my review. https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

I have just started Playing With Fireto review for The Selfie Review.


message 8: by Al "Tank" (new)

Al "Tank" (alkalar) | 280 comments Ken wrote: "Currently reading Foucault's Pendulum. A long, slow read, and now more than halfway through."

I don't mind large books, but I don't much like "slow" books, especially if they "plod". Like Bored of the Rings.

Reading a manuscript for a friend. It put me to sleep in my recliner last night. I don't know if it was me or the book (I suspect the latter). We'll see.


message 9: by Scott (new)

Scott Skipper | 49 comments Edge of Eternity, Ken Follet's third in his trilogy about the twentieth century. It is also quite long, as were the first two, but it is not slow in any way.


message 10: by Susan (new)

Susan Catalano (susancatalano) | 37 comments The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane - Recently met the author, Katherine Howe in Salem during her book debut (for The Penguin Book of Witches) and got my signed copy! I've just started it, and it's pulling me in.


message 11: by Devi (last edited Nov 05, 2014 08:26PM) (new)

Devi Nair (views_she_writes) Just finished Sinister which is a YA book, somewhere on the lines of Harry Potter and Artemis Fowl and Curveball which is a romance novel but with an amazing twist. Had fun with both.
Check out my reviews at Sinister (Sinisters #1) and Curveball

Comments and suggestions are always welcome


message 12: by Renee E (new)

Renee E "McDowell's Ghost" by Jack Cady.

I just finished another of his novels, "Singleton." Working my way through all of his work.


message 13: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer McDonald (JenMcDonald) | 8 comments Just finished a PNR Seeking the Sun. I think I'll start Ender's Game this weekend.


message 14: by Jennifer (last edited Nov 14, 2014 02:54PM) (new)

Jennifer McDonald (JenMcDonald) | 8 comments Susan wrote: "Finished reading The Tale of Atlantis and did write a review. Dont know how to post it, though. Thoroughly enjoyed it."

Just click on the "see review" of your review, and then copy and paste the address bar:)


message 15: by [deleted user] (new)

I'm really excited I received a hard cover book for review, "Glamour, Gidgets & the Girl Next Door" by Herbie J Pilato & an ebook of "Dangerous Times" by Phillip Frey


message 16: by Harold (new)

Harold Titus (haroldtitus) | 104 comments "Prodigal Summer" by Barbara Kingsolver. Excellent writing in every respect. Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver


message 17: by Shomeret (new)

Shomeret | 138 comments I'm currently reading The Sharp Hook of Love: A Novel of Heloise and Abelard by Sherry Jones. I'm almost finished with it.


message 18: by K.P. (new)

K.P. Merriweather (kp_merriweather) | 276 comments working on the butterfly crest and next is dark colony


message 19: by Keith (new)

Keith Owens | 37 comments Just finished The Arsenal of Democracy.
The Arsenal of Democracy FDR, Detroit, and an Epic Quest to Arm an America at War by A.J. Baime


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William Stuart (thegemstonechronicles) | 72 comments Just finished and reviewed Souls of the Never by C J Rutherford

4.5 Stars (rounded to 5 Stars)

Souls of the Never: Book 1 of Tales of the Neverwar


message 21: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer McDonald (JenMcDonald) | 8 comments No problem:)


message 23: by Richard (new)

Richard (amazoncomauthorricharddparker) | 29 comments Just finished The Giver (The Giver, #1) by Lois Lowry Meh...


message 24: by Devi (new)

Devi Nair (views_she_writes) Just finished reviewing 4 books of all different genres.
2 of them I would specifically love to mention.

Whistlin' Dixie - A Tempered Steel Novel is a beautiful love story, first in the series of books. If you like to read love stories pertaining to one family, then this one is for you. Check my review of Whistlin' Dixie and let me know how you find it.

Another one is a tremendous book, one I would love to spread word across the globe if possible. The Dream Shelf is also a love story. But the love story here is of a child to their parent. An amazing book with a beautiful story. Check out my review of The Dream Shelf and prepare to be amazed by Jeff Russell


message 25: by Devi (new)

Devi Nair (views_she_writes) Hi everyone. Just finished reviewing Swan Deception by Glede Browne Kabongo . A fabulous book, a must read for anyone who loves suspense, thriller genre of books. Check out my review of Swan Deception
You can also find my Review Request Form here


message 26: by K.L. (new)

K.L. Kreig | 4 comments Just finished Bite & Release and moving into The King (JR Ward). Super excited!!!


message 27: by Shomeret (new)

Shomeret | 138 comments I'm currently readingThe World Unseen by Shamim Sarif. It takes place in apartheid South Africa and deals with forbidden relationships. It's definitely going on my list of top reads for 2014.


message 28: by Jon (new)

Jon | 30 comments I am currently reading:
>>"Insidious" by Ray Ellis ... An excellent crime drama written by a detective with the experience to make it real. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...
>>"Insomnia" by Stephen King
>>"Whale Done" by Ken Blanchard
>>"The Fred Factor" by Mark Sanborn - For the 3rd time
>>"Delivering Happiness" by Tony Hsieh
>>"The Europa Conspiracy" by Tim LaHaye
>>"State of Fear" by Michael Crichton

For any wondering, yes, I have 5-8 books I am reading at any given time.

Recently finished reading:
"Jesus and the Secret: Where the Word of God and the Law of Attraction Intersect" Get this book today and read it.
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

"Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul" - I usually have a Chicken Soup book going. Great short stories for quick reading.


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Daniel (misterwrite) | 25 comments I am currently reading "'Tis" by Frank McCourt. Reminding me why I love his writing style so much.


message 30: by J.R. (new)

J.R. | 454 comments I'm blogging about books I enjoyed in 2014. You might want to consider some for your TBR stack: http://jrlindermuth.blogspot.com/2014...


message 31: by Steven (new)

Steven Malone | 43 comments The Red Gold Just down loaded this 3rd in his series. The first 2 were a delight to read.


message 32: by Boots (new)

Boots | 5 comments Just finished Owned by the bastard by Sam Crescent & Jenika Snow…

Aiming to read 1000 books in 2015 :)


message 33: by Ken (new)

Ken Doggett (kendoggett) I'm in the last stages of editing my current work in progress, and as a result I plan to start reading The Earl of Brass by Kara Jorgensen in the next week or so.


message 34: by Sheryl (new)

Sheryl Fawcett | 22 comments Check out Stories On The Go, an anthology of 101 short stories by indie authors from Writers' Café in every genre imaginable. I wrote #14 which is a sweet love story. www.Amazon.com/dp/B00R1GECO6


message 35: by Lorraine (new)

Lorraine Loveit | 21 comments I'm half way through Surrender to Me and its hot, compelling...
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8...


message 36: by [deleted user] (new)

I'm digging into The Big Bad Wolf.


message 37: by Ju (new)

Ju Ephraime (juephraime) | 96 comments I'm reading, The Englishman's Folly almost done.

http://www.amazon.com/Englishmans-Fol...


message 38: by Jitka (new)

Jitka Egressy I'm in last chapter of Goodreads for Authors


message 39: by Peter (new)

Peter (74765525) | 16 comments Just finished Ishmael Beah's A Long Way Gone (become my friend and read my review) and am starting Edmund de Waal's The Hare with Amber Eyes. Both books are for book clubs. I'm also reading a biography of Menachem Begin.


message 40: by Carmen (new)

Carmen I'm a Titanic buff, and right now I'm reading a book titled "101 Things You Thought You Knew About the Titanic, But Didn't!" It goes through 101 myths/truths about things concerning the Titanic disaster, and sets the record straight on what's true and what's false. Tim Maltin authors this book. I'm loving it so far.


message 41: by Loretta (new)

Loretta (lorettalivingstone) | 134 comments Just finished Destiny Interrupted by Ginger M. Galloway by Ginger Galloway. Just started The Stone Rose (The Herevi Sagas, # 1) by Carol Townend for the third time. I need it for research - how fortunate. :)


message 42: by [deleted user] (new)

I've just finished reading Corridors of my Mind. It was a dark, beautiful poetic journey of one woman's pain. I highly recommend it to poetry lovers.
Corridors of My Mind


message 43: by Stuart (new)

Stuart Murray | 48 comments Life or Death isn't a question. And it it's not a choice that has to be made, thought out, considered or debated. It is just a reaction; a human instinctual reflective action to survive at all costs, and to hold onto a sliver of hope even when there is none.
Michael Robotham gets it, writes it and presents the story of Audie Palmer living life while death hunts him down with the same, single-minded determination as a locked-in heat seeking missile.
Life or Death is one of the best thrill rides out there.
I finished it last night. 5 stars. Brilliant writing!

Life or Death by Michael Robotham


message 44: by Susan (new)

Susan | 192 comments Giving Divergent a try. So far I'm liking the writing style.


message 45: by Lynette (new)

Lynette White (lynettewhite) | 18 comments I am currently enjoying Puss N Cahoots by Rita Mae Brown.


message 46: by Nisha (new)

Nisha | 6 comments For now I'm enjoying being "In the bed of a Duke" ;)


message 47: by Christopher (new)

Christopher Taylor (christopher_taylor) | 6 comments I just started Cinder, by Marissa Meyer. Very interesting story. I can see more reality in this as I age and watch those around me receive knee, and joint replacements.


message 48: by Susan (new)

Susan | 192 comments Christopher wrote: "I just started Cinder, by Marissa Meyer. Very interesting story. I can see more reality in this as I age and watch those around me receive knee, and joint replacements."

Christopher, I know what you mean about the joint replacements! : ) Cinder was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoy it.


message 49: by Naylene (new)

Naylene (Nayenel) | 10 comments I just finished Dracula. Lately, I've been wanting to read classics.


message 50: by Joel (new)

Joel (joelarnold) | 17 comments Finally reading 'Game of Thrones.' It was a little confusing at first with all the characters, but now I'm really enjoying it.


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