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Old 12-12-2009, 06:43 AM   #1
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If there is a duplicate thread for this, I couldn't find it......

I know there are a lot of us who adore reading. There was a time for me when I couldn't be seen without a book. I'm not such a voracious reader anymore, but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate a good book. My favorite thing is to spend HOURS in a good bookstore.....heaven.

So....here's a thread where we can throw out our favorites....give us a review.....what kinds of books do You enjoy most? Stuff like that!

One of my favorite books ~ and I've read it twice now ~ is "The Secret Life Of Bees" by Sue Monk Kidd. Also a favorite of mine was "Snow Flower & The Secret Fan" by Lisa See.

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Fantastic thread Diva, one I will be in often I'm sure

I love reading, though I haven't been able to find much time to do that as of late. I have always loved books by V.C. Andrews (mostly her first book series on the Dollinganger family) as well as books by Lisa Jackson (especially My favorite Final Scream)

I might just have to take a trip to the local Chapters bookstore this week and treat Myself to a new book!!!!
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I love reading! Its one of my passions. There isnt a day even when Im sick that I dont read.
I read 99% of the time non fiction. I love learning and well I tend to find one subject and read everything I can find at the local small library. Ive pretty much wiped out all the Royalty books (older not contemp.) I have read easily 60 books on Queen Elizabeth I and the Tudors in general.

Right now I just started - The Sisters Who Would Be Queen by Leanda de Lisle Its about the Sisters Grey, Mary, Katherine and Lady Jane. Ive just started it so cant review per se but for me any book covering the subject involving The Tudors Im sure I will enjoy it

I love these threads about books but I will say it does help me alot for someone to give a quick synopsis of what the book is about. It helps me to determine if I want to put it on "My List" for reading
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Thanks for posting, Y'all......

I'm more into fiction....and I like fiction based on historical events. That's what "Snow Flower" was.....based in the 1800's, it was about a Chinese woman....from her childhood to her old age. I was intrigued by the customs of breaking and binding of their feet.....the manner of matchmaking and even the formation of friendships....

This may sound quite odd....but sometimes, I will buy a book based on how it feels in my hands.....

I know. But I have rarely been disappointed.
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Now I will read a fiction book if its based somehow on historical events (Im a history nut).

That book you mentioned would be something I might read

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Thanks for posting, Y'all......

I'm more into fiction....and I like fiction based on historical events. That's what "Snow Flower" was.....based in the 1800's, it was about a Chinese woman....from her childhood to her old age. I was intrigued by the customs of breaking and binding of their feet.....the manner of matchmaking and even the formation of friendships....

This may sound quite odd....but sometimes, I will buy a book based on how it feels in my hands.....

I know. But I have rarely been disappointed.
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Now I will read a fiction book if its based somehow on historical events (Im a history nut).

That book you mentioned would be something I might read


All I can say is I have ADD and I couldn't put it down...... <smile>
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think another thread is called "Whatcha reading"

Diva,,,I to will puchase a book based on how it feels in my hands. Now that i have a kindle I do not have that method of choice as frequently.
Snow flower was a beautifully well written read..

I read primarily non fiction all subjects imagineable but do try to toss in a fiction or two each week to lighten up the list and have a few smiles or tears. If you have not yet read "The Help" I highly recommend it. it has recently hit the best sellers list, which is one of the few that deserves that rating.

Another book I absolutely adored was "March" remember the book little women? this is the story of PaPa and what he was doing when he was away.....Fantastic READ....course anything by the author of "MARCH" is a worthy read, she writes fiction and non fiction and I have enjoyed both spectrums of her writing.

Currently, I am without books to read so will be wandering the stacks and looking for this weeks selections. any suggestions?
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Oh dear! I've duplicated another thread? I truly did look....<sigh> Forgive me!

Hmmm.....let me think.......Fiction: "The Book Of Ruth" by Jane Hamilton....have You read this? It's her first book...and a treasure....set in a small town....earthy and real in her character study....loved it.
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I am always reading!
not usually the popular books LOL
I like my vampire books
stuff I can learn from
sci fi
I have read the vc andrews series


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Someone recently gave me the Anne Rice "Beauty" Series......have You read this? Will I like it? lol

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If you like clive barker or stephanie pullman you should prolly like anne rice....

least that is what the literature map indicates:

check this out: http://www.literature-map.com/

type in name of author u are thinking of and u will see a map appear of writers considered similar.....I have found this to be a great help when i need to find a new author or someone recommends an author to me...i look and sew where authors i like fall in with the one recommened...Its not failsafe....by any means...but can give u a little help in discovering different writers.
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An example of a fiction book based on history that I liked was Lucrezia Borgia by John Faunce. Got it on the clearance rack at Hastings

Lucrezia Borgia was the daughter of Pope Alexander VI. There are several rumors surounding her that has persisted through the years such as incest (sex with both her Father and brother Cesare), poisonings and murder.
This book was written as if Lucrezia was telling the story. I thought it was a very good book myself and of course for its cheap price it was even better
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An example of a fiction book based on history that I liked was Lucrezia Borgia by John Faunce. Got it on the clearance rack at Hastings

Lucrezia Borgia was the daughter of Pope Alexander VI. There are several rumors surounding her that has persisted through the years such as incest (sex with both her Father and brother Cesare), poisonings and murder.
This book was written as if Lucrezia was telling the story. I thought it was a very good book myself and of course for its cheap price it was even better


Ok, this sounds really wonderful.....

AND.....clearance rack, no less! My cuppa!
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One of my favorite books ~ and I've read it twice now ~ is "The Secret Life Of Bees" by Sue Monk Kidd. Also a favorite of mine was "Snow Flower & The Secret Fan" by Lisa See.

Enjoy, readers!

I loved this book. I read it over the summer. She kinda reminded me of Pearl S. Buck.
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Someone recently gave me the Anne Rice "Beauty" Series......have You read this? Will I like it? lol

Yes....and yes you will love it.

The series is on one of the bookshelves in my nitestand.


And looking above at the book suggestions,, The Tudor's have always interested me. So, I will start with The Sisters Who Would Be Queen by Leanda de Lisle. My Grandmother was called Lady Jane..
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I loved this book. I read it over the summer. She kinda reminded me of Pearl S. Buck.

Now that You mention it, she DOES!

If You liked that, please try "Snow Flower & The Secret Fan".....I heart that book so much....
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What has Nicholas Sparks written lately? And is it the same format as his other stuff? I have loved the things he's written early on, but after about 8 of his works, they all start reading the same to me.....is it just me?

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Have you ever gotten a book only to discover it is part of a series? And now have to hunt down the rest of the books? Or better yet the book you found is like the 3rd in a series?
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I write in books I own. Highlight, underline, make notes, dog ear pages, etc. Only in my own books. I see books as interactive LOL
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I used to read voraciously, then stopped for some years and now are just taking it up again. I generally like non fiction such as bios, historical, gay history and art/photography. However I recently read Stone Butch Blues after years of hearing about it from other people and found it to be a pretty good read.
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