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19. November 2014, 11:28:25
ketchuplover 
Subject: newinchess.com warehouse sale...
get up to 75% off through Nov 25

3. July 2011, 16:36:45
Mousetrap 
Subject: Adopt a book?

3. July 2011, 16:06:35
Mousetrap 

20. May 2011, 15:54:28
MelissaC. 
the last book of the clan of the cave bear series is also out. it is called The Land of the Painted Caves.

18. May 2011, 23:20:36
Mousetrap 
Subject: Very good books
Children of the law of one and the lost teachings of Atlantis by Jon Peniel. And You cannot die by Ian Currie.

14. October 2009, 18:11:56
MadMonkey 
Under the Dome - by Stephen King goes to print in November, but you can join in now

Stephen King mystery game hits the web - Join in now, either search for pieces, hide them or write new ones........(even do all 3) !!!

"I tried this once before when I was a lot younger, but the project was just too big for me. But it was a terrific idea and it never entirely left my mind... and every now and then it would say write me, and eventually I did. I sure hope people like it," said King.

6. April 2009, 16:49:10
Hrqls 
Subject: Re: Additional Book List
Dolittle: done

if there are more changes .. please inform me or eriisa or antje .. or start a new list :)

6. April 2009, 16:45:16
Dolittle 
Subject: Additional Book List
Hrqls: Could you remove the books from 1-50 on that list as I don't even have most of the books anymore. So many things changed, yet the list stays the same. Guess it needs to be updated or completely deleted. Thanks!!

27. October 2008, 17:35:36
redfrog 
Subject: Re:
ajtgirl: no - they are really good - i cant say there isnt romance - but its not sappy - the point of the books is a philosophical look at the rules of magic and the application of these rules as an art form - each book is based on a rule... and the main characters discovering of its artistic application - i highly recommend...

27. October 2008, 15:20:29
Bwild 
Subject: Re:
ajtgirl: you might try Clive Cusslers "Dirk Pitt" series.....an example is "Sahara", which they made a movie of.

7. October 2008, 02:26:19
ajtgirl 
Subject: Re:
redfrog:  Are these good? ...I just love series books and am ready to start a new one...if they are sappy romantic stories I am not interested, but if they involve history and fantasy I would like it.  What is the theme?

8. September 2008, 16:30:17
Snoopy 
Subject: Please dont make me go
is a compelling read
its a true story by John Fenton of his abusive childhood by his evil father and the monks of the reform school he was send to

first time ive read a book in years and i couldnt put this down

14. January 2008, 14:22:09
Mousetrap 
Subject: Re: Bang
MadMonkey: I just got that book on ebay. I had never heard of it before you posted about it. Thanks very much.

8. January 2008, 16:39:36
Eriisa 
Subject: Re:
redfrog: well, lets see. I did get through Pillars of Creation. I remembered the stories through there.

I don't remember Naked Empire so I guess that one and forward I haven't read.

8. January 2008, 05:32:18
redfrog 
http://www.prophets-inc.com/his_works/

11 of them!! How far did you get?

8. January 2008, 05:30:57
redfrog 
Subject: Re: Terry Goodkind -
Eriisa: no way - the last one just came out this month or last - i think you have some catching up to do - there are like 12 of them i think.... at least 10....

8. January 2008, 03:56:59
Eriisa 
Subject: Re: Terry Goodkind -
redfrog: ME!!! problem is, its been so long since I read them that I don't remember them anymore.

5. January 2008, 05:10:20
redfrog 
Subject: Terry Goodkind -
Any fans of the Sword of Truth series?

I just finished reading the last in the series - Confessor....

4. January 2008, 23:08:09
anastasia 
Subject: wildfire
Modified by anastasia (4. January 2008, 23:09:51)
 Good book,just finished it...a bit to real to life in some parts and I had a bit of trouble starting it because of that...glad I read it tho.

22. December 2007, 23:46:52
jessica 
has anyone read the book Stones from the River by Catherine Hegi? it is set in germany from WW1 to just a few years after WW2.

20. December 2007, 04:53:06
MadMonkey 
Anyone who is into Astronomy, will love this book

"BANG! - The Complete History of the Universe" by Brian May (sorry Dr. Brian May as he is now, from Queen), Patrick Moore & Chris Lintott.

http://www.banguniverse.com/sequence

23. October 2007, 09:45:42
Hrqls 
Subject: Re: Robert Jordan isnt among us anymore :(
☼ajtgirl☼: :) my mother has done the same thing .. she once gave me part 2 of series for my birthday :)

you can find the list sorted here : http://www.wotmania.com/wotbookclub.asp

23. October 2007, 05:15:23
ajtgirl 
Subject: Re: Robert Jordan isnt among us anymore :(
Hrqls:

Have you read any of these and do you recommend them?
If one were to start the series where should one begin?
I have occasionally started series from the final installment and read backward
By accident mainly, but it still works

19. September 2007, 20:47:47
Hrqls 
Subject: Robert Jordan isnt among us anymore :(
http://www.cbc.ca/arts/books/story/2007/09/17/robertjordan-obit.html?ref=rss

i dont know if there are any fantasy readers on here .. but his series Wheel of Time is one of the best (although some say maybe a bit long :))

for some more news check out : http://www.wotmania.com/

6. September 2007, 03:47:33
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Tuesday: Just the one book will be fine hon!

6. September 2007, 02:49:11
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Dolittle:
I have.. The Monster at the End of This Book...featuring Grover from Sesame Street if you want. lol

6. September 2007, 02:44:45
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Tuesday: That would tax my poor little pea brain too much!!

6. September 2007, 02:40:23
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Dolittle: It's all about the power of positive thinking, but it can seem a little far fetched. It has a lot of good info I should probably apply to my life lol.

6. September 2007, 02:39:04
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Tuesday: Don't think I have....is it romance?

6. September 2007, 02:37:47
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Dolittle: Okie Dokie. I just finished The Secret. Have you heard of that one?

6. September 2007, 02:35:52
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Tuesday: It wasn't a problem girl...I found lots to read. I will send that to you.

6. September 2007, 02:30:48
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Dolittle: Shoot! Please pm you address to me.

6. September 2007, 02:28:16
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Tuesday: Nope....got my name on the list tho!!

6. September 2007, 02:12:55
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Dolittle: Did I ever send you House of Sand and Fog? I don't think I did. I see it on the list above.

6. September 2007, 02:03:01
monday 
Subject: Re:Outlander
Eriisa: Is it "romantical"?

6. September 2007, 01:59:59
Eriisa 
Subject: Re:Outlander
☼ajtgirl☼: oooo I loved that book!

30. August 2007, 22:50:45
monday 
Subject: Re:
☼ajtgirl☼: Thanks. I'll check that out.

30. August 2007, 02:28:10
ajtgirl 
Subject: Re:
Tuesday:

The novel Outlander by Diana Gabaldon would be an interesting read for you then
It's the first in a series

29. August 2007, 17:36:24
monday 
Subject: Re:
☼ajtgirl☼: Yes I do. I was confused about my heritage because someone told me I was Scotch and others said Irish. My maiden name starts with Mc and my classmate, who is from Ireland, said Mc is Irish and Mac is Scotch. They both mean "son of" I believe, so my ancestor was the son of Daniel.

29. August 2007, 04:47:04
ajtgirl 
Subject: Re:
Tuesday:

Do you have an interest in Scottish history?

21. August 2007, 18:26:58
monday 
http://pobronson.com/


I just finished the book Why do I Love These People? about families. It helps to better understand the people we didn't choose. lol I found it at the library and it's worth buying. Po Bronson realized why he stressed over family functions after he and his brother took a hike in Peru. He tells other people's stories in a way that keeps the reader interested.........and he's a cutie as well lol

8. August 2007, 04:51:51
The Usurper 
Subject: Re: Wuthering Heights
Mousetrap: :)

8. August 2007, 04:48:25
Mousetrap 
Subject: Re: Wuthering Heights
The Usurper: Yes! One of my favourites!

7. August 2007, 22:36:16
The Usurper 
Subject: Wuthering Heights
By Emily Bronte, the one-novel wonder. It's one of those books on your reading list but you never get around to it. I did, and it was very worth it.

11. June 2007, 01:28:02
srnity 
Subject: Another REALLY Good Read
"Grace (eventually) - Thoughts on Faith" by Anne Lamott......................loved it

19. May 2007, 19:11:44
baddessi 
Subject: Re: W-O-W.....What a story...............................
srnity: yep- I'm with you on that one..and the price sure is right, innit?

11. May 2007, 17:48:42
srnity 
Subject: Re: W-O-W.....What a story...............................
☼ajtgirl☼: I'm an avid library patron and get most (if not all) of the books I read from there (DVD's also) And if they don't have it, they'll borrow it for me from another county in the area & they're open seven days a week, what more could I ask?

11. May 2007, 17:40:56
srnity 
Subject: "Eat, Pray, Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert
A very good story, well-written, enjoyable to read

11. May 2007, 05:39:26
Dolittle 
Subject: Re: W-O-W.....What a story...............................
☼ajtgirl☼: That sounds like a great book. I haven't even seen it at the book stores yet.

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