Love Reading and Knowing Things
First book I read was I guess titled "Wonders of science ". That's the book that made all the difference. I learned that there's this huge world and it's beautiful to learn about...
Have you ever read a book and you are instantly hooked?
I read the Moments of Silence by Natasha Preston and stayed up until 3 in the morning reading the first book. I had to...
I read this story on iFunny, and it made my day, as in what the guy had said, that is. My heart goes out first this woman, though<3
A NYC Taxi driver wrote:
"I arrived at the...
I just finished Conrad's Heart of Darkness, and The Secret Sharer. I forgot how much I enjoy reading Conrad.
It's hard to explain but it's almost as if reading helps me distract myself from the real world. It helps me ignore other problems in life
I had read Barack Obama's biography. It was quite interesting about how his life. Now I am reading Kate Middleton The Future Queen by Katie Nicholl.
I've learned that reading posts in here is both a blessing and a curse. It's a blessing because so many of you have risen above the abuse and hurt and terror you suffered. The...
If you've got the time, get stuck into some Dickens. The most addictive reading you will find!
Presently reading "The God Delusion" -Richard Dawkins
(Photo Attached) Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (Reading time)
I hope everyone is safe and sound. Good night from Texas!
With the re-burial of Richard III next week, I am re-reading 'The Daughter of Time' by Josephine Tey. Written in the early 1950s it is quite dated but still a fascinating read...
Has anyone read the Mortal Instruments series? I'm on the 5th book and I am sooo in love with it
I love agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple
Flow my Tears, the Policemen Said is only $10 so I downloaded a copy. I've heard some good things about this book. I'll start it once I finally get around to finishing Brave New...
something within yearns for me to know and learn things. idk where it comes from.
The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good book, must be intolerably stupid...
I have no money and as of now, no transportation.. I don't even know what to do without any new books to read, except maybe reread something.. 😕
And I'm looking for a great book. Any suggestions?
Send me a story that really gets you going
I'm actually writing online so for anyone who likes to read I have a account on Fictionpress. net
"She died that summer, and I forgot her as we forget the water we drink when we are thirsty".
This is the way Walter Faber, the protagonist of "Homo Faber" (Max Frisch, 1958...