Hi..have you read Naomi's Room
by Jonathan Aycliffe? Am half way through it and it's pretty creepy!!!
One of my sons bought me the trilogy for Mother's Day. I must make the time to start reading it. Juicy!
Lady Chatterley's lover is one of the worst books I've ever read. Really tells the story of interwar people who were part of the social category called white trash. Before that...
And I get annoyed when people say that Anime is only Hentai. It's like saying that all the movies are AdultMovies only.
I'm watching "D.Gray-man" now - got carried away with it.
I have always loved books.
Credits to a woman who brought back the habit in me.
With her, we curled for hours.
Musing through the pages.
And kissing in between.
We sauntered the...
I would smell them but I'm allergic to dust, I'll just stick with reading lol.
Lolita, by Vladimir Nabokov.
The fifth read of my all-time second favourite novel. I just love this story. Deeply moving, tragic, vastly humane, yet at the same time wickedly...
A couple of years ago we've got kind of a project at our school.A college professor visited us daily for a thew weeks, he was professor for literature or something like that (he...
I'm very disappointed in the fandom population in my town. Our Barnes&Nobles is closing!
I love reading romance books😊
A book is like a spouse. You never give up on it halfway, no matter how awful the story.
Yes especially during the rain.
Dreaming while reading !! .
Horror? I love horror movies especially by myself but even better I enjoy reading super scary books, theres something about being alone in a room in complete silence when you read...
Watashi wa candy ( candy is anime too right ?)
I like reading all kinds of books (depends on my mood) from fairy tales to biographies.
My absolute favourite book is "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas (and I hate all...
I wouldn't call myself a big reader but my favorite authors are Stephen King or James Patterson. When it comes to Stephen King though I can't pass up his books, I'm always keeping...
Thank you for the recommendation :D
I love Waterstones.
I love to go to Foyles.
I spend hours looking at the books, especially the arts books. They discuss the artists lives and works.