and found two that I got not too long ago, that I have yet to read. I guess i'll read these two before starting the others I recently bought.
"Poor Little Dead Girls" and "Asylum"
Asylum is part of a trilogy - so i'll read that one last. If it's good, i'll get the...
Nook books. I have a few on the Nook, but 90% of my books I have in physical copies. I'm just running out of space in my room for them, plus they're cheaper on the Nook. To me, as long as I am reading them and own them in some way, then I am happy.
since I was little. I always wanted to be read to and once I started to read on my own I couldn't get enough of books. I am not a book snob and will read just about anything, but I've always liked horror the most since I first read Misery by Stephen King. If asked today I...
:) 3 of which are part of a trilogy and 2 are just random novels. They're all fantasy, considering my number one favorite genre is fantasy. I enjoy horror and thriller too, but the only really good books in that genre that I have read are mainly from Stephen King.
I am addicted. I own hundreds of them and am working my way through them all. I just finished Stephen King's "It" yesterday.
Some of my favorite authors/books:
-Harry Potter series
-Hunger Games trilogy
-A Song of Ice and Fire...
any genre. From Dracula to wuthering heights. I also enjoy contemporaries that touch my soul and make me think. A thousand splendid suns, the invention of wings. I would love to find fellow bookworms:)
and share my sadness on the death of Gunther Grass and Eduardo Galeano. Both authors I enjoyed reading. Grass book, "the tin drum" and Galeano's "the open veins of Latin America" were both favorites. Both authors died on Monday, April 15 as a big coincidence. May both...
since I was a young child. I could live in book stores, I loved reading so much. In recent years I've gotten away from it, as my interest in the internet has grown. So, I think for this year I am going to take the 2015 Reading Challenge and read a book a week from the following...
Circus". I'm a sucker for a book written by an author who knows how to properly use the art of imagery. I read the excerpt before I bought the book and I liked the author's play on words.
"The circus arrives without warning.
No announcements precede it, no paper notices on...
Thou shalt not watch the movie first.
Thou shalt not lose or never return borrowed book.
Thou shalt not ask, “So, what’s the book about?” after seeing thy reader begin to start reading first chapter.
finished a book and you suddenly return to the real world, but the real world feels incomplete or surreal because you're still living in the world of the book.
A goals to live a life of a girl I'd love to read a book about.:)
I was amazed by how well-written Invisible Creatures (also of Chuck's) and the plot was great too. Anyone else here who has read his books feels the same? And perhaps could tell me what should I read from him next or any books alike?
and buy them a drink? Why can't there be a thing where a guy notices me eyeing a book at a bookstore and buys it for me? That would definitely win me over. I cannot handle using a kindle or "flipping" the pages on an ipad screen. I love books for the pure experience. The smell...
The life I lead now that I have written about is not how I have always lived.
From childhood I have always loved books, reading and writing, so when I left school I studied and got a Diploma of Information and Library Studies and became a librarian. It was the perfect job for me...