Friday, June 6, 2008

I've Got a Question - You've Got an Answer

I'm heading out to breakfast with my Mom here in a few minutes but wanted to toss a quick question at everyone before I left ...

What are you currently reading?
I've been attempting to read Duma Key by Stephen King now for the past couple of months and even though I am really enjoying the book, I seem to be getting nowhere fast with it! Somehow only reading a page or two every few days just doesn't seem to cut it. Maybe I need to set up a specific reading time? And I mean a reading time other than blog reading!

How about you folks? What pages are you turning these days?

15 comments:

  1. Street Dreams by Faye Kellerman. It's ease for me to read as I have half an hour in the morning AND evening on my train ride to and from work.
    Have a great weekend, Linda!

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  2. The book is downstairs and I don't recall either the author or the name of the book, but it's a who done it murder mystery. I'm reading it at about the same pace you are reading yours. I'm just not motivated to read right now. Have a great day Linda. :)

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  3. Flesh House by Stuart McBride. It's his 4th book and I've just read his other three. I can recommend him as an author.

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  4. Just started reading last night this one - "Song of the Humpback Whale" by Jodi Picoult.

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  5. Just finished The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett. Fabulous read (big book). Never in a million years would I have thought reading about building cathedrals in the middle ages would be one of the best books I've ever written - go figure.

    When I can't find time anywhere else, I always have time on my throne. Who says its only enough time for magazines - LOL :).

    Seriously, when the book is great, you find the time.

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  6. I'm reading an absolutely fab book. It's 'The Host' by Stephenie Meyer.

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  7. I'm between books. Just finished False Impression by Jeffrey Archer.

    I am reading some "food porn" this afternoon. Got one of those grocery store books by Taste of Home, "Great American Cookout"

    The photos make it look sooo goood! Food Porn!

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  8. I love Stephen King but it always seems that his books are really slow going the first few chapters and then BAM! You can't put the book down until you are done.

    I read when the mood hits me and right now I'm getting ready to start some deep reading. I'm going to start with "Final Salute" by Jim Sheeler and the move on to Michael Yon's latest "Moment of Truth". Seriously deep reading but highly recommended for all Americans.

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  9. I am reading "The shop on Blossom Street" by Debbie Macomber.

    She is a writer from the Seattle area. I like her books.

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  10. Confession time:
    Since I got TV, I haven't finished a SINGLE book, not one in six months!
    I used to go through at least two novels a week...

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  11. I'm reading a book by EE Knight called Way of the Wolf. I'm also going to read Prince Caspian tonight.

    As for non-fiction, I still have a book about Marine drill sergeants that I haven't finished yet.

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  12. I started reading a book that is set in the next town. I met the author when he spoke at the library and he gave me a copy.

    I have to get motivated to get back to it. I'm bad.

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  13. Peace blogs!
    Go figure.

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  14. BLOGS,..........LOTS OF THEM!!

    heeheehee,

    on my lunch 1/2 hour at work and when I have trouble falling asleep I am reading The Order of the Phoenix...for the 15th time. :-)

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  15. Right now I've got two going, I'm almost done with Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman), for probably the fifteenth time in my life.. and I just picked up Sing the Four Quarters (Tanya Huff) for um.. maybe the tenth read-through. I think all I'm asking for come Christmastime is Barnes & Noble gift cards.. I need some new stuff to read!

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