06-18-2008 06:56 PM
I haven't had a chance to read the inside cover of the book yet, so was wondering if you could comment a little more on this book. Funny how your words inspired me to find out more about this book, and now may end up on my 'must read list', lol. Greg
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06-24-2008 10:29 PM
I am a career electrical & computer engineer with an artistic side.
Read my book...I think you will enjoy it.
Esther C. Alexander
07-05-2008 04:42 PM
"Tragedy in Tin Can Holler"
07-11-2008 12:22 PM
I am 25 years old and have a BS in Healthcare administration. I have a continued thirst for learning and keep picking up random classes at the local community college.
I enjoy reading among other things such as debating,gardening, being outside and riding my motorcycle.
Normally when I am reading I rotate 2 or 3 books at the same time because boredom often overcomes me. I figure if I have an outlet for discussion that it will provoke me to try finishing one thing at a time - something I am working on in all aspects of my life.
The doctors called it ADD when I was young - I just call it a thirst for wanting to know what is on the other side of the hill.
07-11-2008 12:40 PM
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07-11-2008 08:21 PM
Hello... My name is Sarah
Killing the Blues by Rowland Salley
Performed by Robert Plant and Alison Kraus on RAISING SAND
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07-20-2008 12:42 PM
I'm Kristi, a high school teacher of English and history. I'm delighted to have stumbled upon you guys -- I love to read and find myself hungry for discussion of good books! So many people these days respond to my comments about a good book with "I just don't have time to read," and a good book is so much better when shared!
I look forward to getting to know everyone!
07-24-2008 08:25 PM
hi ande im in florida so its summer all year round the last book i read was by douglas preston and lincoln child the wheel of darkness great read and a perfect page turner the next im reading is by elizabeth kustov the historian just started so i cant say much about so far its keeping my interest so what are you reading .
07-25-2008 11:16 AM
07-25-2008 06:26 PM
Hi ande a book i would recomend is the wheel of darkness if you like to go on a thrill ride thats it, its by douglas preston and lincoln childs, the other is judas strain by james rollin if you like indiana jones type of movies thats the type of book, It make it for a movie. next book im going to read after historian is by jonathan nasaw twenty seven bones his latest book in paperbacks I ve read his 1st the girls he adored was also very good.I would recommend that as well,he a new author worth trying out.
07-26-2008 09:37 AM
Hi, I'm Vickie. I've been an avid book lover since I learned to read as a young child. The odd one out in my family of origin, I turned to books and found myself in many of them. Now, I'm married to a man who also enjoys reading, the mother of 6 kids (some of whom love reading), the servant of one cat, and I'll be receving my MA in Professional Counseling next month, making my username of "therapist" a valid one.
Years of being in college, however, have limited my scope of reading to textbooks and have dulled my brain to "reading for pleasure". Since school is about to end, though, I'll now have time to read for pleasure again and am looking foward to having a "must read" list of books to choose from.
As I pondered what to change my homepage to now that I won't be keeping my school website as my homepage, I decided to surf the web in search of ideas and came across the B&N Book Clubs. I have to admit, I had no idea this place even existed. But, I'm here now and couldn't be more thrilled!
If you want to improve; be content to be thought foolish and stupid. ~Epictetus