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What are You Reading?

posted Apr 08, 2016 13:40:08 by wild_sarah82
I am an avid reader. At any given moment I usually have 2-3 books that I am working on. I read a mixture of fiction and self-help books. I am currently reading Killing Jesus by Bill O'Reilly, a book on making essential oils, and another book about home organization tips for people with ADHD. What are you reading?
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Dandelion said Apr 08, 2016 18:13:40
I am reading The Divine Comedy and I think I may actually spend the rest of my life on these books. I have three study guides to accompany them, so every time I read a canto, I have to read three different study guides, too. I'm halfway through Paradiso...or halfway up the mountain, if you will.
Odie Brown said Apr 11, 2016 09:35:02
I am also an avid reader and usually have several books going at one time. However, every now and then I have to stop and read something mindless just for fun. I'm reading a Nora Roberts at this time. She writes great love stories that require no thought other than enjoyment.
JamesG2252 said May 16, 2016 15:39:41
Currently, right now I am reading Killing Kennedy by Bill O'Reilly and another book about the JFK assassination. I stumbled across a JFK forum that had a lot of compelling information about the assassination and introducing interesting alternatives to the standard narrative that we currently know. I find it interesting.
Jaclyn Tome said Jun 25, 2016 04:56:08
Reading is my favorite thing to do; I have books everywhere in my house. At the moment, I am engrossed in 'The Seat of the Soul' by Gary Zukav; it's a truly enlightening book providing guidance on ways to align ourselves with our souls. I would encourage everyone to get a copy.
Zach Trevor said Jun 26, 2016 03:53:48
I am reading Einstein: The Life and Times by Ronald W. Clark. Physics is a great interest of mine and I remember reading Einstein's theory of relativity years ago. It fascinated me and so did the scientist who introduced it to the world. I've just started the book and I'm already enjoying it.
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