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It appears that my readers LOVE fiction...Yuck. Sorry (I love classic fiction but that's it). If fiction is so great I want to know what books your reading! So Spill. Make me a convert.
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For me, fiction is a get-away. An awesome way to imagine those 'it could happen' scenarios. My favorites are the stories who work from real events and time period, but use fictional stories. (Try Diana Gabaldon, the Outlander series, if you're looking for a great read and a possible fictional conversion.) :)


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Are you kidding me?!?!? Two words: Twilight Series.
'Nuff Said!
You know the saying about glass houses and stones right? :)


Phillipa Gregory's books on the Tudor's. The Other Boleyn Girl is one of them.

Jane Austen is always great, too.


Maybe it's just because I live in Charleston and her books take place here and I recognize place names and such, but Dorothea Benton Frank's books are my favorite! I just got one from the library yesterday afternoon and I've already finished it. Try to read them in the order she wrote them, because characters will pop up in other books later on.


Nice suggestions!
@Brandon: I did read "the saga" but those were my first fiction readings since it was required in high school (sad but true). I did enjoy them though.


Just finished, "The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, Volume 1" the second comes out today actually so I will be reading that presently. Lately my fiction authors have included, Emily Bronte, Stephanie Clarke, John Irving, Gordon Dahlquist, and Stephanie Meyers.

@Brandon: Don't knock it till you've tried it.


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I talk WAY too much about absolutely nothing, but it's my own way of getting to what actually matters. Too analytical but at times it comes in handy. Enjoy hearing peoples stories. Get bugged by stereo-type people. Bad speller. Secretly lazy. Quasi OCD. Carry a constant frustration for the marginalization within America. Sarcastic. Suffer from (UL) aka uncontrollable laughter...never know when it's going to hit.

On my night stand

  • Foster's: Celebration of Discipline
  • Gawande's : Better
  • Macarthur's: New Testiment Commentary
  • Orman: Women & Money
  • Pausch's: The Last Lecture
  • Rowling's: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • Safran's: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
  • Young's: The Shack

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