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I have made a few blog post about some books I'm really into, and I could post thousands of more blogs about books. I love reading and I'm open to any suggestions.

I posted blogs on The Real Bettie Page by Richard Foster and Modern Vixens: World of Winkytiki by Octavio Arizala. I would also recommend any book by Jim Silke. He has produced books such as Bettie Page: Queen of Hearts, Bettie Page Rules, and Pin-up: The Illegitimate Art. The photos and the art of Bettie Page and other smokin pin-ups are well worth it, let alone the valuable insight and information he gives.

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I'm currently re-reading the Harry Potter series. I just started a few nights ago and I'm finishing the Sorceror's Stone. However, I can only find my Goblet of Fire and Deathly Hallows books, so I'm not sure how well this whole "re-reading the series" thing is going to go if I can't locate over half of the series... Haha.
i am reading the same thing right now, but i am only on the second book, stone of tears.

Betty Red {Madam} said:
I am currently reading The Sword Of Truth Series By Terry Goodkind. It's an 11 book series, and I am on book 5 - The Faith Of The Fallen. My boyfriend actually got me hooked on the series, and it has worked it's way up into my top 3 book series of all time. The story can get a little dark at times, but his writing style is amazing.
I AM A TRUE BLOOD JUNKIE,SO I READ THE SOOKIE STACKHOUSE NOVELS. IT WAS A SERIES OF 10 I THINK BUT MY GOOD GOD WAS THAT SOME GREAT READING!!! I DEVOURED THE WHOLE SERIES IN LESS THAN A MONTH. CANT WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE TO COME OUT.
Just finished reading With the Old Breed by E.B. Sledge, about the World War II Pacific Campaigns as seen through the eyes of a grunt Marine. One of the few books written by an enlisted man about that era that I have been able to find. I like reading personal accounts of history. You get to see the things the history books leave out. You really almost get the feeling of what the human condition is when it is broken down to its most basic element of survival. The enlisted man's view of command decisions and the consequences paid by those who are tasked with carrying them out.

I am now debating on wether or not to reread a few books by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It's been a while since I've read anything by him, so I just might do it.
I love to read so I read many subjects, I learned to never judge a book by it cover.
Just finished "I Shall Wear Midnight" by Terry Pratchett. But I re-read the discworld novels over and over again, so I've also just finished "Thud" same author.
anything by Author: Chelsea Handler
http://chelseahandler.com/books.html
Whatcha readin? I got: the bathroom book is one of the Kushiel's Dart series-- I am on about the fifth...? The serious book is Berlin Cabaret, by Peter Jelavich, and my coffee table, read when I watch TV is The Golden Age of Couture. At work, I think I have a copy of A Separate Peace going.

Found this old thread and figured it should be revived. I just got this book for Christmas, and so far it's pretty awesome.

I'm reading "Les Miserables". It's a switch from my usual Russian authors. ;)

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