Bookworm

United States
June 13, 2016 1:19pm CST
Ever since I was little I have always loved reading, more now than ever before. I usually read to escape the stress I have day to day, and to learn new things and stories. Right now I am reading a book called, "Don't Look Back" by Jennifer L. Armentrout. So far it is a really interesting book but a little hard to grasp sometimes because it is about a girl with memory loss and I'm still waiting to figure out what happened to cause it. How many of you like to read books? Not e-Books. What are you reading right now, if you are? Do you have any recommendations? :)
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@seekers (393)
14 Jun 16
I read books about the benefits of food to our health. For convenience, I read more ebooks than the hard bound books. With ebooks, I can zoom the words.
@Meramar (1822)
17 Jun 16
Interesting content. Some years ago, I also read some books about nutrition. Now, I prefer historic novels, poems, Philosophy, Religion and Biographies. Ebooks are great, but I also love bound books, so I usual use both.
• United States
17 Jun 16
I usually tend not to bother with eBooks because I like the feel of holding one and reading. I'm literally half blind so the book is right up on my face lol but it's worth it. I have not ventured into this subject before, it sounds pretty interesting. I have been a picky eater all my life, and lately I've been on a health kick so maybe this will help out!
@rina110383 (21987)
13 Jun 16
I love reading books. Right now, I only read law books because of work. Haven't had time to read other books.
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• United States
17 Jun 16
I have been meaning to get into law books. They're pretty difficult to find, because the good ones are either only for college or way too expensive. Definitely something I want to start learning.
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@Meramar (1822)
13 Jun 16
Reading is like travelling to other places and worlds. The histories in books are places where we mostly can get to only through our minds I love reading books but, right now, I am not reading anyone. Instead of, I am writing one. Anyway, I like several writers, historical novels and poems. Usually, I read in Spanish and I like writers like Javier Moro, Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer and Carmen Posada, for example. Ebooks are great, but I prefer printed books.
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@JohnRoberts (34036)
• Los Angeles, California
13 Jun 16
I am currently reading a Stephen Hunter action novel with the character Earl Swagger who is the father of Bob Lee Swagger whom Hunter has written a series of books.
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@JustBhem (13717)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
How I love to read the book Me Before You but I'm still saving to buy it.
• United States
17 Jun 16
I've never heard of it, but just the title alone sounds interesting! I'll look it up :)
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@JustBhem (13717)
• Philippines
17 Jun 16
@AnnaAutopsy Its a tear jerker book.
• United States
17 Jun 16
@JustBhem Eh, I think that all depends on the reader. I usually read the tear-jerking novels but only one book has every made me cry and it was Scars by Cheryl Rainfield. That was one of the best books I had ever read, and I still remember it like I read it yesterday.
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@LeaPea2417 (12703)
• Toccoa, Georgia
13 Jun 16
I love to read too. At the moment I am starting to read a book a relative gave me about that Missionary named Jim Elliot who was murdered while on the Christian Mission Field back in the 50s or 60s.
• United States
13 Jun 16
Wow, that sounds very interesting! I will definitely have to read it when I'm done with this book! Thank you :)
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@LeaPea2417 (12703)
• Toccoa, Georgia
14 Jun 16
@AnnaAutopsy Your welcome :)
@responsiveme (12565)
• India
20 Jun 16
My favourite genre is detective fiction.But I read lots of other books too. Could you let me know your taste please? Then I could suggest something for you if you are interested.
• United States
21 Jun 16
Honestly, I'll read just about anything. I don't really have a specific genre. I tend to have an open mind when it comes to books.
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@marlina (57148)
• Canada
13 Jun 16
I only read printed books and I prefer reading history books most of the time.
• United States
13 Jun 16
Ah, I have yet to get to that section of the library. Do you have any favorites or something you would recommend?