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Unread 03-22-2010, 01:32 PM
Reading..

I am a total book addict! I own alot of books (I prefer paperback) and I LOVE going out looking for used books and getting good deals!!!

So-I am wondering-do you you like to read and if so: what genre you enjoy the most!

First for me is paranormal romances, then historical western romances and then regency (London 1800s type) romances!
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Unread 03-22-2010, 02:11 PM
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I'm reading the Diana Gabaldon series, I love her. I love any historical romances where I can learn a little bit but get a good story.
I also like Maeve Binchy for fluff reading, Sue Grafton for mystery.
If you can recommend the historical romance authors that would be awesome.
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Unread 03-22-2010, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by crazigerl View Post
I'm reading the Diana Gabaldon series, I love her. I love any historical romances where I can learn a little bit but get a good story.
I also like Maeve Binchy for fluff reading, Sue Grafton for mystery.
If you can recommend the historical romance authors that would be awesome.
I read OUTLANDER by Gabaldon and absolutely loved loved loved it! I chose not to read any further into the series though-because I kept getting tidbits from a friend of mine who was and everything she kept telling me only made me mad at the hero and heroine LOL-I told her I had enough in real life to upset me and I didnt want to read a book that would get me all upset too!


well, let's see-my notebook of favorite authors is downstairs and Im currently sitting on my couch sooooo..I'll just try to go from memory

Stacey Kayne-western romance
Jodi Thomas-western romance
Elizabeth Lowell-western romance
Ana Leigh-western romance (MacKenzie family series is best to me)
Jill Gregory-western romance
Linda Lael Miller-western romance (I actually love her contemporary romances too)

Julia Quinn-regency
Eloisa James-regency
Barbara Dawson Smith-regency
Elizabeth Hoyt-regency
Lisa Kleypas-regency (LOVE her contemporary romances too)


ok-I can't think of any others-there's more Im sure-but, like I said-I dont have my little book that I keep here with me and dont really feel like going to get it right this minute-however.....when I do go down there I'll grab it and if I see any I missed then I'll add them here!

Now-on a side note-if you like the time traveling part of DG's books and if perhaps you like the highlanders...then perhaps you would like
Karen Marie Moning (Highlander series)
Brenda Joyce (Masters of Time series)
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Unread 03-24-2010, 11:51 AM
Re: Reading..

Thanks Melissa, I am going to start a little notebook too. It will be called recommended reading. Thanks again
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Unread 03-24-2010, 09:31 PM
Re: Reading..

Wow! I read everything my best friend sends me! LOL Some biographies, but most are fictional stories about all kinds of things! I can't read horror novels ~ to vivid for me! Recent books that have provided joy are The Glass Castle, PUSH, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle and James Patterson books. I also read the Twilight series ~ to keep up with my daughter. I also like to read old classics like The Good Earth and The Chosen. (books we had to read in high school ~ way back when) I find I can easily lose myself in books!

Thanks for bringing this subject up!
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Unread 03-29-2010, 09:08 AM
Re: Reading..

I love reading too. Sometimes I feel like I'm losing a friend when I finish a book that I've really enjoyed

I enjoy almost any kind of book except for anything with explicit violence or sex. I love the "cozy" mysteries.

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Unread 03-29-2010, 09:54 AM
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I'm like to read Lisa Scottialine, Sue Grafton, James Patterson, William Bernhardt, Patricia Cornwell.

I like to have to figure out who's the guilty one.
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Unread 03-29-2010, 10:04 AM
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I'm reading the newest #7 of the Diana Gabaldon series. I read the first six all in a row. I LOVE them. I also read the five Clan of the Cave Bear series (5) in a row. I like reading them like this. Water for Elephants is a great read too.
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