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    Quote Originally Posted by jwest View Post
    Darth Vex, I noticed you said you started reading The Hunger Games. It's funny, because I found out about them the same way you did, from my wife (though without the sparkly vampire part)!! I just finished reading all 3 books, and I have to say they were good. I got caught up in it and I wasn't expecting to. It's really fast-paced, which I like
    Yeah, I'm about half-way through "Catching Fire" now ... but I'm also being SUCKED in to all these wonderful old comics collections I've found and loaded onto my nook ... they're all ones I have in storage somewhere and haven't seen for years, but reading them again in a digital format on a bright screen is quite a joy!

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    I saw the trailer for "The Hobbit," so now I'm reading it. Hopefully, I'll be reading "1Q84" by Haruki Murakami next.
    Fighting carp!!

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    I'm reading Chainfire,book 9 in The Sword of Truth series.
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    An adobe CS manual! Fun, I know!!!
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    Getting ready to start "Firebird" by Jack McDevitt. "1Q84" got shoved aside (again!!), but it will be next.
    Fighting carp!!

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    I just finished reading Cassandra Clare's Clockwork Prince and am currently reading an ARC of Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen. It's a YA Robin Hood story from Will Scarlet's point of view (and Will actually happens to just be Scarlet, a girl). Other recent books that have stood out in my mind as enjoyable are Cinder by Marissa Meyer (cyborg Cinderella) and Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel (psuedo-Victorian zombie love story).

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    Just finished a great fun-filled page-turner called "The Lottery Loser." Not only was it hilarious but I actually learned alot. Highly recommend!!!

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    I'm working my way through Chris Grabenstein's Ceepak and Danny mystery series. It's cold and rainy here in the Northwest, so I'm treating this as a "vacation" on the Jersey Shore.
    Have characters, must write.

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    I'm currently reading A Magnificent Catastrophe by Edward J. Larson - It chronicles the presidential election of 1800 between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, - and, here I thought today's elections were nasty...
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    Moved on to Agincourt, by Bernard Cornwell. What a read!
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