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Always... ...From Geogria by Joe Gattis.

A great short novella, well worth the read if you can get ahold of a copy.

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-_- Slinet BoB Speaks Out By Keven Smith

His reads more a Dairy of his career.

I'm not to happy the way a lot of it reads.

Blessed Be ....

Isisthor

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I'm actually part way through a soft cover titled "The 12 Amazing Truths About Heaven" or something like that.

It's one of those books that gets you all jazzed about Heaven when you feel kinda blue.

I like it.

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I just finished The eyes of the dragon by Stephen King.

It was a good book. A bit different from his other works but done very well.

The Eyes of the Dragon Was one of King's stranger works.... A good book, but not his best.

I, unfortunately, have had no time to read anything new lately....I think I need to make a trip to Borders!

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I'm currently reading a book called The Expected One, which is sort of a DaVinci Code knockoff... except the lady who writes it is a much better author and story teller. The DaVinci Code I had to fight to finish, it was so boring. This one... well, I was up til 2am reading it. :)

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I just finished Jack And Jill by Patterson....

First of his that read. His writing reads like a screen play with the pacing of his chapters...

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I recently read "In the Dark Places Of Wisdom" by Peter Kingsley.

Currently working on "Remote Viewing" by David Morehouse and "God: The Failed Hypothesis" by Victor Stenger

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I just finished reading the Kushiel's Legacy series by Jacqueline Carey. It began with Kushiel's Dart. It's a well written, richly textured historical fantasy that combines spy drama, political intrigue, sacred sexuality, spiritual themes, and magic. If you like fantasy it's worth looking into. :-)

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With my new job since I do not need brain cells to do it I listen to audio books. Right now I'm listening to the Expected one by Kathleen McGowan.

I enjoy Dianna Gabaldon books and a few other sci fi/romance books

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With my new job since I do not need brain cells to do it I listen to audio books. Right now I'm listening to the Expected one by Kathleen McGowan.

I enjoy Dianna Gabaldon books and a few other sci fi/romance books

Ah so you work for the government?

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Ah so you work for the government?

lol. Your actually close. my company is contracted with the government. So while I'm technically not a state worker, I'm doing their work anyway. :shift:

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ironically a teen novel series (it was the best the airport had to offer) Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead

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