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 Post subject: Re: What are you currently reading?
PostPosted: Sun February 03, 2013 5:24 am 
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Kicking and Dreaming, A story of Heart, Soul, and Rock and Roll by Ann and Nancy Wilson

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Anyone ever see this? I love Faulkner and Heminway's fighting words.


http://www.alternativereel.com/cult_fic ... 0000000014


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I ordered some issues of The Coffin Factory. But they haven't arrived yet. So I'm reading Stephen King's It.


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My Coffin Factory issues arrived yesterday!!!


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Im actually trying to write something like this. Please tell me what you think of it.


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yeah i wanna read 'zen & motorcycle maintenance'


Has anyone read the sequel Lila?

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It's a month and a half in and I have yet to read any fiction in 2013 besides some stuff in McSweeney's or my email inbox. :|


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Quite a fetching read.
http://www.esquire.com/features/man-who ... laden-0313

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The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden... Is Screwed

For the first time, the Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden tells his story — speaking not just about the raid and the three shots that changed history, but about the personal aftermath for himself and his family. And the startling failure of the United States government to help its most experienced and skilled warriors carry on with their lives.

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I went to the Franklin Park Reading Series last night and listened to some really nice stories by some great artists. I bought three of the participating authors' books. I'll be reading one of these next:
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A guy at work just offered to lend me Middlesex.

I should, right?

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Careful, he may be trying to boink you.

It was a pretty good book, though, I say read it.

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A guy at work just offered to lend me Middlesex.

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Absolutely, you should.


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A guy at work just offered to lend me Middlesex.

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Absolutely, you should.

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Nicholas Sparks on Cormac and "Blood Meridian" in a USA Today interview a couple years ago.

"Horrible," he says, looking at Blood Meridian. "This is probably the most pulpy, overwrought, melodramatic cowboy vs. Indians story ever written."


I just don't know what to say....


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Harry Lime wrote:
Nicholas Sparks on Cormac and "Blood Meridian" in a USA Today interview a couple years ago.

"Horrible," he says, looking at Blood Meridian. "This is probably the most pulpy, overwrought, melodramatic cowboy vs. Indians story ever written."


I just don't know what to say....

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