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TOPIC: Whatcha reading
Created by: Fun_Ahoy
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Threads for critters, gardening, dinner, movies, etc. Does anyone read any more? What are you reading, do you recommend it, and why or why not? My most recent read is Natasha Trethewey's "Beyond Katrina," a collection of poems and prose about the Mississippi gulf coast. I fell in love with her the first time I met her and heard her read, several years ago. In this work she confronts racism, urban development, and the way in which natural disasters reveal seams in our society. But she does so through observations about individual persons and their experiences. A very good read.
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Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle

I love the vaguely Southern Gothic vibe of Jackson's writing and I had never gotten around to this one. Super quick read.

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You must be reading my mind, Scott. Here it sits on the end table, awaiting my allergy-infused eyes. I'll have to have another book to take with me on vacation though. I hate packing a Stephen King hardback. Means I have to leave out other things. LOL

I liked Song of Susannah though. Especially when they meet "the writer." ;)

His later books in the series all seem to start off slowly, drag a bit, then kind of suck in the reader.

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I would go ahead and finish off the Dark Tower series. I personally think he got in a big hurry toward the end and the last few books suffered for it. The Dark Tower is a better book than Song of Susannah, but Wastelands and Wizard and Glass are probably my two favorite books of all time.

No matter what happens electronically, I still love the feel of a real book in my hands.

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Oh help...I have only the last book in the Dark Tower series left, do I start that one or something a little lighter (literally and figuratively!). It's not fun when you fall asleep on the couch reading every night and one of Mr. King's tomes fall on your face.

Yes, I have a Kindle. But I still also like hardbacks. Ahem.

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I should clarify- I read, Mrs. G did the coloring.

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No, but I was fascinated by the articles in the Big Coloring Book of Vaginas.

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At least you aren't saying you're reading it for the articles. ;-)

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When I'm done with that one, I'm going to start: Color My Boobs

OK, OK, so a coloring book doesn't technically require reading, but it's still a book.

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The Big Book of Big Breasts

It's in 3D. I think I just poked my eye out.

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I just peed my pants. Whoever thought mr. va could even be funnier than is usual snarky-brilliant-delightful self?

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