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Thanks Fokkers.

I clearly recall when I first heard him on a podcast that I enjoy. He has one of those voices that make him sound like he weighs 350 pounds. It was instantly unsexy, and they talked shop and podcasting for about five minutes. I almost stopped listening but then he got on subject and he was so interesting I've been wanting to hear more of his perspective ever since.

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Re-reading "A Life Less Monogamous" by Cooper Beckett. Pretty good story line and it doesn't sugar coat swinging. The follow up should be dropping in the next 3 months.

Little Egg Harbor NJ
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Timothy Zhan and the Cobra series. Fun reading good sci fi.

Las Vegas NV
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The Prince of Darkness - 50 years reporting in Washington ~ Robert D. Novak

and

The Swans of Fifth Avenue ~ Melanie Benjamin (delightful)

One heavy - one fun just to break things up

Lewisville NC
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black arts ~ faith hunter

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daring greatly ~ brené brown

Bridgewater NJ
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I have both Adriana Trigianai's 'Rococo' and Judy Blume's 'In the Unlikely Event' on digital loan from the library. Both outstanding and favorite authors- yah!

Lafayette TN
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The teachings of MLK have made a huge impact on me.

I just finished The Girl on the Train. I enjoyed the mystery and the three-dimensional characters.

Irving TX
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I've spent a fair amount of time this MLK Day reading a collection of speeches and sermons by MLK. A lot of wisdom there.

Belle Chasse LA
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Finally finished Outlander series book 4....took what seemed like forever.

Starting book 5 soon. And when I'm in Bowling Green for two days I'm sure I will get a lot of reading done.

Louisville KY
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"They are all my Family" by John Riordan, who happens to live not so far from me. It's his memoir about the last days of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, and how he managed to get all of the Vietnamese employees from his bank, along with their families, evacuated in time to save their lives. Good reading.

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