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Posted: 19 Sep 2014, 16:37
I just realized that I am only reading 1 book right now. It ocurred to me that I used to have 4 different novels on the go at all times, now that my MS has shot my long and short term memory all to hell, 1 book is all I need now. I didn't even remember that I used to read so many books.

What are you reading this week?

I am reading The White Princess by Philippa Gregory.

Care to share with a curious mind?

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Posted: 19 Sep 2014, 18:40
I love all her books, I'm now reading Ken Follett's Century Trilogy. Excellent books
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Posted: 19 Sep 2014, 20:27
Laughing, Trim and Carpentry Techniques, Decorating with Architectural Trimwork, and Trim Idea Book. Mmmmm fits what I'm doing at the moment, need how to info so I can measure five times and cut right instead of wrong and have to go buy more wood... grins
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Posted: 19 Oct 2014, 18:09
Not laughing, but wincing, wish i were reading something else - currently being knocked about with Elementary Statistics, The Cartoon Guide to Statistics, and R for Everyone.

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Posted: 19 Oct 2014, 18:12
I'm working my way through my Rizzoli and Isles collection again.
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Posted: 19 Oct 2014, 18:15
Rewire Your Brain by John B. Arden, Ph.D. Part of my recovery plan.

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Posted: 19 Oct 2014, 18:37
The Way of Agape by Nancy Missler cuz Im such a selfish prick and maybe I'll learn something.

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Posted: 20 Oct 2014, 03:18
I am reading Gretchen Rubin's paperback, Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon Self-Control, and My Other Experiments in Everyday Life. She has a blog gretchenrubin.com that I have been subscribed to for the past year. She's a really positive influence. Smile
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Posted: 20 Oct 2014, 05:29
A Dance With Dragons (part 1) George RR Martins
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Posted: 20 Oct 2014, 09:07
I am reading orphan train:

also finished a 24 book series by guideposts
the guideposts books are easy reads; but you may be surprised how many can be in a series

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Posted: 21 Oct 2014, 00:05
ClassicRocker wrote:
Rewire Your Brain by John B. Arden, Ph.D. Part of my recovery plan.

CR, thanks for mentioning this book. I am reading it now!
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Posted: 21 Oct 2014, 22:03
An amazing read. I hope you enjoy it and learn as I have.

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Posted: 27 Oct 2020, 04:19
there are lots of good tips here!

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Posted: 27 Oct 2020, 04:22
lately, I've been reading less and less, here in search.

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Posted: 28 Oct 2020, 15:44
Hmmm...I am usually reading a couple of books at the same time. I had finally just finished 11/22/63 (my mom bought it for me maybe 3 Christmases ago??) I am still in the middle of reading Chernobyl, Band of Brothers and Saving Fish from Drowning (that one is one of my faves and this is probably around the tenth time reading it).

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Posted: 28 Nov 2020, 10:58
Now I am reading William Shakespeare A Midsummer Night's Dream. I am romantic, and I prefer books about love. A Midsummer Night's Dream is also called a sparkling romantic farce. However, despite all the comedian-romantic components, the book also has a trace of cruelty, inseparable from love themes. I would advise you to check out https://studydriver.com/william-shakespeare/ to get a better feel for this piece. Perhaps with the help of these articles, you will look at A Midsummer Night's Dream in a new light, or you want to re-read the book.

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Posted: 08 Dec 2020, 16:57
I really love to read, but due to a lot of homework in college, I don't have time to read. But I decided to correctly prioritize and order my written works from essay writing service and the free time I will spend on reading interesting books, because this is really what I enjoy.

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Posted: 01 Feb 2021, 12:34
Fall by Neal Stephenson.

I was a literature major in college. As an adult I tend to read books with either Cowboys, Space Men or Dragons! Though my current read is just science fiction with none of the aforementioned elements. But still, a really good book by a constantly good author.

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Posted: 11 Apr 2021, 13:58

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Posted: 12 Apr 2021, 02:26
It's unexpected to see such a discussion here, but it's interesting. I'm reading a lot of literature on finance and nutrition right now because I want to know more about it. Right now I'm reading Food and the Brain. Very good stuff.

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