What Are You Reading Right now?

~SG~

Well-Known Member
Premium Member
I'm reading "Until Tuesday: A wounded warrior and the dog who saved him."
 

Grayma

New Member
The Solitary Summer by Elizabeth Von Arnim
John Thorndyke's Cases

a gardening book, can't recall the title.
 

KristinaB

Emotional Mess
Premium Member
I am reading a whole series or Paranormal Romances written by Christine Feehan. Right now, I am reading another in the Carpathian series. I also have 3 more for the Drake Sisters series. Didn't care much for the Ghost Walker series.
 

Grummer

Active Member
well, there wasnt much to see and there wasnt any good article either.
its not like it used to be, internet is probably the reason for its deterioration
 

meirad

New Member
Clockwork Prince & Blue Bloods: Lost in Time.

Barbaro - Dracula is really boring isn't it? I thought it was going to be all gothic and dark. But no! Phantom of the Opera was much better in the creepy department.
 

GrayEagle

New Member
Assorted Star Trek novels... w/ the original characters/crew. :)

Easier Than You Think: the Buddhist Way to Happiness by Sylvia Boorstein

Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times by Pema Chödrön
 

caz12

New Member
A STREET CAT CALLED BOB best feel good factor book i read in years..if you go on youtube and type in the title you see the cat and owner.i believe it best seller in uk at the moment and it all true
 

GrayEagle

New Member
Just finished Star Trek novel, The Wounded Sky by Diane Duane. :thumb: Stayed up late to finish it. As is often the case, I would love to see a movie made of this plot line. Too bad Gene Roddenberry isn't with us any more, to do it justice, though. Dealt with "non-causal" sciences (think of The Tao of Physics). Interesting puzzling concepts... :P

Got two books from the library by Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart and No Time to Lose. She is an American Buddhist nun and teacher.:bowdown:
 

Bottesini

Old Deaf Ranter
Premium Member
Just finished Star Trek novel, The Wounded Sky by Diane Duane. :thumb: Stayed up late to finish it. As is often the case, I would love to see a movie made of this plot line. Too bad Gene Roddenberry isn't with us any more, to do it justice, though. Dealt with "non-causal" sciences (think of The Tao of Physics). Interesting puzzling concepts... :P

Got two books from the library by Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart and No Time to Lose. She is an American Buddhist nun and teacher.:bowdown:
Dianne Duane writes the young adult series So You Want to be a Wizard and sequels. Those are pretty good books.

I am surprised to hear she writes for the Star Trek franchise.
 

Reba

Retired Terp
Premium Member
Mastering IBM i and Succeeding with Technology. Not for fun, I promise. :lol:
 

GrayEagle

New Member
Dianne Duane writes the young adult series So You Want to be a Wizard and sequels. Those are pretty good books.

I am surprised to hear she writes for the Star Trek franchise.
Publish date was 1983 on the Star Trek novel. I got a box of paperbacks, bought from a Trekkie years & years ago. Got stashed in the garage and just now found them again & dug them out. I've been having fun the past month. :D
 
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