I am a BookWorm

Discussion in 'Books' started by honeybunny88, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. honeybunny88

    honeybunny88 New Seed

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    I love all books but my favorite would have to be fiction. I like Pete Hamali and Dan Browns books.There is two passions I have gardening and reading. Right now I am reading a book called Along came Mary) Its a good read :stew1:
     
  2. Penny

    Penny Young Pine

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    Hi there and nice to meet you.

    Me too, i love to read, some of my favorite authors and Julie Garwood, Gaelen Foley, Marsha Canham.
     
  3. thepondlady

    thepondlady In Flower

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    I have to join in here. I love to read all kings of books, fiction, Space, Dragons, wizards, cowboys, Indian.
    Zane Gray
    Lewis Lamare
    Tony Hillerman
    Ann McCaffrey
    Terry Brooks
    Mercadies Lacky
    I have found some not so good reads though, one was the iron dragon!!! BUT I read the whole thing "it did not get any better" as I kept telling myself it had to. LOL
    My Mother had hundreds of book and when she died my step dad stuffed them in a closet, He passed away last dec. of cancer so I rescued the books. Wow there were lots. Now they are clean and happy up stairs in there new home and my new library.
     
  4. jungseed

    jungseed Seedling

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    I used to say I would read anything except westerns, SiFi and romance. But there are some good books out there in every genre. So now I just say I read anything.
    Gave up on Moby Dick yesterday. Didn't make it half way through. Started 13 1/2 a new one by Nevada Barr last night.
     



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  5. greenfairy

    greenfairy New Seed

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    i am with you.

    something very close to my heart. but it looks like i am from the 19th century. i love the historic romances by georgette heyer. and then lloyd c. douglas they are not even reprinting these. anyone knows if they are available anywhere?
    i usually read anything i get.
     
  6. Plumbing And Lighting

    Plumbing And Lighting Seedling

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    Suppose I'll jump in here as well. I like reading satire, sci-fi, horror, and the occasional crime story.

    Favorite author is Kurt Vonnegut but I read too many others to name them all.
     
  7. glendann

    glendann Official Garden Angel

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    I am a Book Worm for sure.
    I love the William Johnstone
    Western books.He pased away and his son is now writing J.A. Johnstone some of his are western.
    I also like Terry Johnson as they are about the old mountain men are any Western Saga books
     
  8. wannabe

    wannabe Young Pine

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    I read a lot. Right now I have been readin William Johnstone, Stef Ann Holm,Catherine Anderson, Carolyn Davidson, Dorothy Garlock and many others. wannabe
     
  9. dooley

    dooley Super Garden Turtle

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    My favorite author right now is Christine Feehan. I just finished three books that the librarian ordered for me. Today, I have books by J.D. Robb, Danielle Steel, Diana Gabaldon, Charlaine Harris, and a Christmas anthology with Fern Michaels as the lead-in. I like Amanda Quick, Jayne Ann Krentz (Same person as Amanda Quick, and a lot of others. dooley
     
  10. Penny

    Penny Young Pine

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    I read Catharine Anderson too Wannabe, infact i have quite a few of her books, both historical and contemporary.
    I really liked her book called Annie's Song.
    Me too, i love the historicals, it takes you to a time that will never be again.,
     
  11. Palustris

    Palustris Young Pine

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    We have 40 metres of bookshelf space, mostly now double stacked. So, I suppose you could say we are bookworms. Must be a family problem as our 5 children are all bookworms too and so are our grandchildren.
     
  12. Penny

    Penny Young Pine

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    I would be in book heaven Palustris!!
     
  13. Palustris

    Palustris Young Pine

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    Should have said, mostly Gardening books!
     
  14. Penny

    Penny Young Pine

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    :D Even better :stew2: :stew1: :stew2: :stew1:
     
  15. kuntrygal

    kuntrygal Texas Rose

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    My favorite authors are Danielle Steel, Mary Higgins Clark and Nora Roberts.
     

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