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By purr (Tue Mar 13, 2012 at 10:00:28 PM EST) (all tags)
Books and more books

I'm listening to "The Fountain" by Ayn Rand. It's weird and the characters are unrealistic to me. But I am curious at how this author ends the story so I will finish it. While at work I listen to Audiobooks from the library. I have run out of authors I normally read. So now I am checking out books that I have heard something about. So I listened to a out of the ordinary book called "Girls in White Dresses" by Jennifer Close. It was different. Kind of like reading the Sex In The City books but less profane and more profound.

Check out and let me know what you think. I think it is a good idea but the critics are really bashing them. Stupid critics.

Homeless hot spots is helping to employ those who other wise could not. 

Someone here had Karen Chance on their reading list. I don't remember who that was but I want to thank them. I really enjoyed "Touch the Dark".  Having trouble finding the second book "Claimed by Shadow" but I'll get a copy sometime soon.

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Karen Chance recommendation by belldandi (4.00 / 1) #1 Wed Mar 14, 2012 at 09:49:09 AM EST
was probably mine and yes, Karen is Awesome.

The first three books I had been lending to a male co-worker to read as they came out; he enjoyed them. By the third though, I was a bit embarrassed to lend it because of the hot and heavy scenes though. By the fifth book, I think those had backed off again, so I would at least be able to lend it without too much embarrassment. 

Again Thanks by purr (2.00 / 0) #2 Wed Mar 14, 2012 at 12:38:14 PM EST
keep the suggestions coming.  I'm in a rut waiting for books and need something to fill the spaces between. When I like an author's writing I tend to read all that author has out there.

Life is good when you are young. Then it sucks when you are old. And then you die. Live it while you got it.
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