Discussion in 'Books' started by Frank, Mar 13, 2005.
I am reading Into Thin Air by Jon Krackow about the ascent of Mt Everest in the 1990's in which many of the participants died. Not the sort of book I would ordinarily choose, but it was chosen for me by a member of my book club. I have surprised myself by "enjoying" the book, contemplating the folk who are driven to do these kinds of expeditions. Interesting, & glad I have read it & not a book I would ever choose myself.
Have been reading Becoming Supernatural by Joe Dispenza. Am actually doing a book study with friends because we found it so interesting we wanted to share. As a retired special education teacher working with behaviorally challenged students, I always found the workings of the brain fascinating.
Well I've just nearly finished The Companion (Sisters of Woodside Mysteries Book 3) by Mary KIngswood there's one more sister to go but the writer hasn't released it yet, then i'll start on Valentine's Vow (Avenging Lords Book 3) by Adele Clee as I've been waiting for this release in the series.
I'm finishing off an highlander book which I got half way through ages ago after hunting on Amazon for a good hour, then found one in my listings and purchased it...so i'll look forward to reading this book.
I've just starting reading this book now.
"Beer O'Clock" by Jane Peyton
It is a good primer on beer history, culture and craft.
Well I've been an purchased this book now and thank god there's a series in them save keep hunting.
Well I've finished the book above and now started on the 2nd one as there's 3 books in the series.
Well finally i'm reading my last book in a series of 3 about time and they've been lovely books to read and i'm a big follower of Cheryl Holt.
Looks steamy Gail!
I am reading Michele Obama's book Becoming. It is very interesting & well written. One smart lady.
Yes they have to be but I really love Kathryn Le Veques books because the history behind them is great.
I'll look that book up your reading tomorrow
Confessions of a Bad Beekeeper, by Bill Turnbull.
Oh, there are so many recognizable things for me in this.
The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben. It is making me feel guilty about culling the hardwoods at our family farm.
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