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  1. #2181
    I like Graham Hancock a lot. I read a book by him, years ago, called, "Fingerprints of the Gods," "Footsteps of the Gods," eh... something like that. I remember it being a startling and compelling read.
    Her: I love my computer! All of my friends are in there!
    Me: Yeah, I was thinking the same thing about my freezer...
    Her: What?
    Me: What?

  2. #2182
    ref post 2159, this thread, pg 216
    whole stack omitted, compile
    approx 5 per week


    Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham
    Theodore Boone Series, 1/7
    This young adult series does well
    with introducing judicial concepts
    and providing age appropriate context
    for that framework.
    The introduction to this series considers
    a range of issues that an upper grade
    school student might encounter.

    This particular novel speaks to
    understanding options, process,
    rights and responsibilities.
    Compassion and understanding
    are framed well, imho.


    *considers next list of incoming*

  3. #2183
    Don't laugh. It's a ridiculously GOOD book! Classified as "romance," when it should have been classed as suspense. (And a damn good one, at that!) Finished it last night.

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    Earlier this week, I read this, and thoroughly enjoyed this little murder mystery:

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    Her: I love my computer! All of my friends are in there!
    Me: Yeah, I was thinking the same thing about my freezer...
    Her: What?
    Me: What?

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    Eton rifles...
    The only one who can heal you is you.




  5. #2185
    Smithsonian magazine.
    I have NetGeo in the bathroom.

  6. #2186
    Good omens, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, quite fun but could be a bit more subtle.
    Visit my website to read and connect to my 'soundcloud', where you can listen to stories songs and more
    Hidden Content

    A thread of links useful to writers wishing to learn
    Piglet's picks. Hidden Content

  7. #2187
    ...because I still like print books too:

    ďAs far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being,"

    -Carl Jung

  8. #2188
    When you have done Napoleon try 'Alexander the Great' by Robin Lane Fox. Great subject, well written.
    Visit my website to read and connect to my 'soundcloud', where you can listen to stories songs and more
    Hidden Content

    A thread of links useful to writers wishing to learn
    Piglet's picks. Hidden Content

  9. #2189
    Currently rereading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone...


  10. #2190
    That was the one I read to my daughter, then her reading improved and she raced ahead reading for herself so I never got any further.
    Visit my website to read and connect to my 'soundcloud', where you can listen to stories songs and more
    Hidden Content

    A thread of links useful to writers wishing to learn
    Piglet's picks. Hidden Content

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