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    What are you reading: part deux

    I searched for the other reading thread but couldn't find it so I started another.

    Right now I'm reading 'My life: Bill Clinton'

    It's pretty interesting to read how much he has been through so far. I can't believe I haven't read this book yet.

    So, whatcha reading?

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    Elder Gods by Eddings
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    Real Estate Principles - as I'm studying for my real estate license now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrigoon
    Real Estate Principles - as I'm studying for my real estate license now.
    Me too- boring stuff







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    I am currently reading Bram Stoker's Dracula for the zillionth time. It never gets old.

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    The Magician's Nephew - CS Lewis and stuff for my anthropology class.
    Well, light travels from the sun. Then, bounces off of our planet, and back into our eyes so we can perceive color. My body can intercept that light and dance around on it!


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    CAPTAIN Blood by Rafael Sabatini
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    Irving Berlin: American Troubador by Edward Jablonski

    Maybe The Moon by Armistead Maupin

    The Complete Idiot's Guide To Buying And Selling a Home by Shelley O'Hara and Nancy D. Lewis

    Mysterious Thelonius by Chris Rasche (OK, this is actually for my kids at school)

    Heaven's All Star Jazz Band by Don Carter (same as above)

    Ben's Trumpet by Rachel Isadore (same as above)

    Walt Disney's Disneyland (the 1972 edition of the souvenir book)
    "George Bush... is only for now."
    Avenue Q

    Just because it's gone doesn't mean I changed my mind!

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    Revolution in the Head. It's a rock criticism book that breaks down every single one of The Beatles songs. Boring at times but ultimately very interesting. (If you like the Beatles )

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    I just finished Candide by Voltaire. Just got a bug up my butt to re-read it....when I wasn't forced to by a professor. I liked it this time.

    Now I'm reading Chuck Paluhniak's latest.....and loving the short stories part of it.

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    "The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales" by Jon
    Scieszka. Think what you will with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girl anachronism
    "The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales" by Jon
    Scieszka. Think what you will with that.
    Weird. I read that yesterday to my four year old! It's one of her favorites.

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    "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakepeare (you might have heard of this one) for my English class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girl anachronism
    "The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales" by Jon
    Scieszka. Think what you will with that.
    Man.. that book.. I recently found it after about 9 years. Do you remember the true story of the Big Bad Wolf? hahah. He was just asking for some sugar!
    Well, light travels from the sun. Then, bounces off of our planet, and back into our eyes so we can perceive color. My body can intercept that light and dance around on it!


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