Wednesday, September 24, 2008

What are you reading?

Not too much going on here, hence the posts that are really, well, non inspiring.

Those of you who know me know I read, I read a lot. I have a bit of a commute so I entertain myself by reading and listening to my iPod. My favourite authors can't keep up with me. I am constantly looking for something decent to read (who knew there was so much crap out there).

Some authors I've read, Margaret Atwood, Amy Tan, Lisa See, John Irving, JK Rowling. I've read a couple of Christopher Moore's books, very funny stuff. I'm currently reading The Vampire Diaries, teen literature, but it's not bad. I've read a lot of historical fiction too.

So what are you reading? Anything that you would recommend?


Kayce said...

Anything by Jodi Picoult is good. I also love reading Jennifer Lancaster's books, hilarious!!!

3D said...

Read the Stephanie Meyer "Twilight" series...great commuter reading.

Keep smilin!

Michelle said...

Ohhhhhh.....I have a whole list of books at home that I just read recently that are soooo good(my husband used to work in a bookstore). I will come here and post a list of them when I get off of work.

Janet said...

I LOVE Jeffery Archer books. And Jane Austen, of course. :-)

Mark said...

Stuart Woods - his Stone Barrington series or his Holly barker series - cheap trash but pure escapism. Right now i am reading a book called - Here at the end of the world we learn to dance - its pretty good.!!!

Kathy and Joel said...

Someone just recommended "A Time To Dance" to me. I'm thinking about ordering it because I'm currently book-less.

Anonymous said...

I cant read.

Anonymous said...

Right now I am reading Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir. It is about Queen Jane, the "nine day queen".

Sitting waiting is a book by Kathy Reichs, her main character is a forensic anthropologist (that is what I want to be in my next life)

On hold at the library is Ill Met by Moonlight by Mecedes Lackey.

My adoption book right now is Parenting your Internationally Adopted Child by Patty Cogen.