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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 300671
    Lol well it is called "housewife porn". I think it's for those who haven't read real erotica.
    Exactly. I have read far better.

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    I am now starting The Philosophical Breakfast Club by Laura Snyder












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    I really don't read novels, I am more of a non fiction,history or true crime person. I am currently reading Killing Lincoln that was written by Bill Oreilly. Before that I read a book about an Irish gangster named Whitey Bulger. My wife and my son are great readers,they are never without a book in their hands. My daughter isn't much of a reader unless its a book that peaks her interest.


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    I'll check the title. I'm terrible with titles for the most part, but the book I'm currently reading is written from a woman's perspective. The bible as if written by the women who are mentioned in the book, is one of the descriptive lines. So far it's very good, but nothing too revealing. I keep thinking, "of course." LOL.

    I don't have much time to read and I really miss that most. I prefer to read things that move me, change some aspect of my thinking, or educate me in some way. I do read what I call "brain candy" but that's usually only on a plane or on vacation. I tend to lean toward the Alex Delaware sort of thing then (Jonathan Kellerman, his wife Faye writes well too).

    I don't do vampire stories. I think they are silly as all get out. Bram Stoker? Of course. Anything else bores me to tears.

    Have no interest what so ever in the Gray/Grey thing. Sheesh. Erotica is one thing, gratuitous soft porn is another and not to my taste. To each their own and not for me to judge what another finds interesting.

    I read cookbooks too. :D :D The Heirloom Cookbook is the most recent one. It was a gift to Herself for Christmas. :D






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    I'm currently delving into "Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln" by Doris Kearns Goodwin.

    Saw the movie and it just wasn't enough. So wanted the additional background to go with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 300702
    I'm currently delving into "Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln" by Doris Kearns Goodwin.

    Saw the movie and it just wasn't enough. So wanted the additional background to go with it.
    Totally agree Tom! I felt exactly the same way after seeing the movie.
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    Well, with my master's degree completed (thank Heavens!) I am no longer reading white papers on tectonic movements, black holes, climate change and the odd volcanic eruption.

    I am reading for fun....who would have thunk it??

    I got a book for Christmas and I love it. So much that I read it aloud to my wife at bedtime. It is called 52 Little Life Lessons from It's a Wonderful Life. It sort of reads like a devotional but it certainly is uplifting.

    Light reading for sure, but the lessons learned are so compelling.










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    I'm reading the Jack Reacher series by Lee Childs. The film by Tom Cruise *One Shot* is what attracted me to the books... I read that one and liked it so I ordered the Jack Reacher series and I'm going to enjoy working my way through them at leisure. I usually like Biographies or Memoirs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Esmeralda, post: 300719
    I'm reading the Jack Reacher series by Lee Childs. The film by Tom Cruise *One Shot* is what attracted me to the books... I read that one and liked it so I ordered the Jack Reacher series and I'm going to enjoy working my way through them at leisure. I usually like Biographies or Memoirs.
    I loved the jack reacher series although they softened a bit towards the most recent ones :/

    the film was ok and I enjoyed it but it wasn't a patch on any of the books. Tom Cruise, SOOOO not the right guy for the role although as ever, he did the best he could do. However, his co-star, whatever her name was, was absolutely DIRE. end of rant LOL
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    Ah you just saved me from watching the film lol. I wondered how he filled that role of Jack as he's not exactly 6'5" and built like a brick outhouse is he? Did he stand on a box or summat lol.




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