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momonigiri
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎01-09-2011
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Looking for "Nook Friends"

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Hello All!

 

I just bought a Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight, and I am interested in making the best of my new purchase.

 

So, I'd like to add some friends for reading suggestions/potential lending buddies for books.

 

Although I am open to any genre, I tend to gravitate towards:

 

1) Mystical/Magical (ex. Harry Potter)

 

2) Paranormal/Magical Romance (ex. The Nine Lives of Chloe King)

 

3) Magic + Animals (Tamora Pierce's The Immortals Quartet)

 

4) Series centered around horses (I haven't found a good equestrian-based novel for young adults at the moment)

 

4) Mysteries/Psychological Thrillers

 

5) Books dealing with Japanese culture (I'm studying to be an anthropologist, what can I say? :smileytongue: )

 

If anyone would like to add me, my e-mail address is momonigiri@gmail.com

 

Looking forward to reading alongside some good people!

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taltosPT
Posts: 91
Registered: ‎01-30-2011
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Re: Looking for "Nook Friends"

I can suggest some books based upon horses. One of the best known is Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. There is also a series of 3 books that incorporate the fox hunting lifestyle with murder mysteries. This is the Hunt Country Suspense Series by Jan Neuharth. Hope that these suggestions help.