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Jesse Kellerman, son of writers Jonathan and Faye Kellerman

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finished Sedaris, now onto a book I started in the summer but lost it at my brother's house: John Grisham "The Last Jury."

We read classics too. Dan is a sci fi/ fantasy fan, and I tend more towards memoir type books which read like fiction (which is something I'm writing as well). Both of us love Stephen King. Fave authors: Him: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Stephen Donaldson, Frank Herbert, Clancy, WEB Griffith, King, and so on. Mine include: Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Pat Conroy, Sedaris, Burroughs, Rick Bragg, Dorothy Allison, Wally Lamb and lots lots more.

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I've dug into the oldie but goody pile. "The Count of Monte Cristo" -umas

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I love David Sedaris' wit! His books are good but the recording of his voice reading them makes them even better. We saw him live onetime. It was such a fun evening!

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Hi Gina, now that I need glasses for reading, I think about that episode all the time.

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David Sedaris, Naked.

You're very welcome, Shel. I am a book addict and have a stack to read, or maybe stacks, but I'll get there. My favorite Twilight Zone is the one where Burgess Meredith just wants to read his books, and is the last person on earth, etc....

I won't spoil it. It's classic.

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D- you are an absolute wonder! I am in awe. It has been 20 years since I got a vanilla dude's phone number. Kinda makes me want to change that....

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An amazing book sent to me by the wonderful Gina G from these very forums.


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I have downloaded a few erotic books on my nook. The past 2 I have deleted. They are not what I expected. Very boring. The Ethical Slut I have in regular book form. I had started to read it and put it away when I got my Nook.Reading books on a Nook is easier when I am out of the house since no one knows exactly what I am reading. Maybe I should pick it up and read it this weekend.

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Butting in to talk books- The Room was actually written for a young adult imprint but the publishing group opted to change the marketing imprint to adult without editing the book. It is accessible to both groups and should not be a difficult read at all. The switch was a $$ decision not a content decision. I actually liked it more once I knew donohue wrote it with a young adult audience in mind. Of course, I'm a YA fiction nerd so that makes perfect sense.

Dont make fun of my teen books! The young adult publishers are very strong right now- thanks to the Stephanie Meyers double edged sword!

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