• United States
19 Jan 07
I love to read. Everything I can get my hands on (yes, even the cereal boxes). LOL My favorites are Nora Roberts books. I love historical romances and true story books. Cassie Edwards is another favorite, as I am part Cherokee and she writes books with American Indian story lines. I read Suspense novels from time to time and like Kellerman.
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9 Aug 08
hi there... i agree...when i am doing the nature thing.. i read soap boxes, toothpaste labels.. hahahaha... i love historicals too...especally of the lords and ladies....the viscounts, the dukes and duchess, the marquess and marchioness.. hehehehe... i haven't heard of her... what books do you recommend?
2 Nov 12
The books were my friends during college years. Some of its context was so extremely deep, that made my mind blow out of my senses. There are instances that I talked to the authors, making discussions about a certain topic. The bottom line, they presented different opinions and facts. To cut it short, I had learned a lot from them. Now I am using their opinionated knowledge putting into practice.
12 Dec 08
I’m into spy books. Currently I’m reading The Bourne Legacy by Robert Ludlum. Book before this was from Judith McNaught. Yes, I also read romantic novels but that depends if who wrote it. I just don’t read it if I’m not familiar with the author or if the summary interests me much. I also like Julie Garwood’s writings. Another spy novelist that I like is Ken Follett though he’s not entirely a spy novelist but most of his are. The last book I read from him is World Without End.
14 Dec 07
I read just anything that comes across me. Though I like to read fantasy and sci fi books. Sometimes suspense and those that are funny. Depending on the story though( for others books). So I tend to read the summary if I find it interesting then I star to read it. Then I will be lost reading sometimes I forget to it. Since I usually want to finish reading the book .
• United Kingdom
14 Dec 07
I have to be careful about collecting too many books. I bought a bookshelf so that I would have to limit the number of books I have. I like to read travel books, these get out of date quickly because prices change so I update these when I can. I also like to read novels, especially historical ones or ones with an overseas setting. I love to find out about people's lives by reading autobiography and biography books. I have trouble putting a novel down if it is very exciting. With a really great book like that I can read solidly for two days. However when I was studying English Literature at university some of the books were boring. One book I hated the first time I read then I I began to enjoy it on my second reading of it. It was a clever work of fiction with much satire and imaginary world. My mum worked as a librarian and I turned into quite a book worm wen I was a child.
19 Jan 07
I love books about love and friendship. I don't buy them, I borrow them from the library. I always try to finish every book I started to read and I never start a second book before I finish the first one. I read about one book per week. My favourite author is Sophie Kinsella.
19 Jan 07
Yup, I am a bookworm. I used to read a lot of those page-turners but I realized I've been sleeping lesser hours when I read them. Recently, I have come to appreciate the beauty of slow reads by the likes of Ian McEwan, Alice Munro and Margaret Atwood.
18 Jan 07
I'll read practically anything. I'm a compulsive reader which is to say, if I see something written I have to read it no matter what it is. As to books, I like science fiction, historical novels, travel books, where to end? I like reading and I'll read most things.