do you love reading books?
March 25, 2007 7:12am CST
what sorts of books do you read? me...i read lots of them...and differents sorts...horror, love, adventurous, fantasy, suspense, futuristic, scientific, comedy...oooh i love reading books...i just wish i have always time to do it...i'm so busy...how about you do you love books?
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3 Apr 07
I love reading books..But I dont love much reading my academic books...I love reading more of non-academic books...They are more interesting than my academic ones..I read academic books just to gain knowledge so that I can stay in my field...
3 Apr 07
Yes, I love reading books very much. I cannot live without books! Haha! I also enjoy browsing the bookshelves in bookstores and then finally picking one or two(if I can afford it at the moment) and buying it. Well, I read all kinds of books, I should think. Right now, I'm reading a lot of fantasy books. I'm currently immersed in Rebel Angels by Libba Bray and I think I'll like it. I'm coming to Chapter 10 and so far, it's been interesting. I really enjoyed Libba Bray's first book, A Great and Terrible Beauty. Sometimes, I read romance too but I don't make it a habit. I also like reading school stories and oh, Enid Blyton books! I'll never grow too old for them. Yeah, I also wish that I have all the time in the world to read all the books I want! But what with the TV and the Internet, ah, I really need to set aside some time for my books! Happy Reading!
3 Apr 07
i come from a family of book-lovers. ever since i was a child mom had inculcated the reading habit in me. the only books i don't enjoy r horror and futuristic. Give me a romance, triller, murdermystry, legal background, philosophy n i cud go on n on n on...
27 Mar 07
Nice to hear that you love reading books. I read the Holy Bible - the all-time best seller. I am a Christian, a child of God, baptized into Christ on October 1, 1989 and I belong to the Church of Christ founded and headed by Christ as shown in Acts Chapter 2. I am given the gift of knowledge and understanding Bible Greek and I translate the Word of God from Greek to English PLAINLY - Greek word into its English equivalent with additional words for grammar purposes written in italics so that readers may delete them when they so desire. I have already published GENESIS, EXODUS, LEVITICUS (Greek-English), THE WILL New Testament (Greek to English), ELEMENTS of SALVATION, The Right Way, GOD, ORIGIN, TRANSFER into PERFECTION, GREEK-ENGLISH (Grammar & Vocabulary), WORDS in THE WILL New Testament, and others shown at http://www.lulu.com/arseniajoaquin I have seen the versions being circulated worldwide and they are generally admitted to be 80% NOT translations. My translations are 99.99% translations and I see the truth, beauty, and sweetness of the Word of God. I hope these books could also help people understand the Word of God and be saved. I hope that you include some of these in your reading.
26 Mar 07
Sure i do, i love reading books. i mostly read are science , chess, and computer books. i also like novels(not the DRAMA types, for example, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round table, Three Musketeers, and other science & fiction novels). For now, i have the three novels of Dan Brown (Deception Point, Digital Fortress, and Da Vinci Code), and i'm planning to buy the "Angels and Demons" also by Dan Brown.
26 Mar 07
Sure i do, i love reading, science books, Novels (Science and Fictions and not the DRAMA type kind). Before i used to read per volume of encyclopedia. for now, i have the books of Dan Brown (Deception Point, Digital Fortress and Da Vinci Code) and i am planning to buy "angels and Demons" also by Dan Brown.
25 Mar 07
My family has always been book-mad. In fact The room-mate I have, and have had for 11 years, is also book-mad. That's why we hooked up. I mostly read Sci-fi. or historical mysteries. I want the escapism. I used to read more contemporary fiction but my life is full enough. I also read non-fiction science based stuff. Physics, Antropology, etc.