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Their Eyes Were Watching God,’ by Zora Neale Hurston. It’s about a woman who married three times. Once for security, once for money and once for love. It’s also about African American culture in the 1920s.”

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“I just started reading Barak Obama’s ‘The Audacity of Hope.’ So far it’s very good. I haven’t gotten very far, but I’ve heard from friends that it is excellent.”

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Soon I Will Be Invincible,’ by Austin Grossman. It’s actually not released yet. It’s going to come out in June, but they sent me a promo. It’s about superheroes in a real-life setting. It was fantastic. I really loved it.”

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Developing the Leader Within You,’ by John C. Maxwell. It’s about becoming better at managing and dealing with people.”

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Sins of the Night,’ by Sherrilyn Kenyon. She has a series of books about vampires and vampire slayers. It’s based on Greek mythology, and Artemis is the creator of these dark hunters.”


ms_canada 11 years ago

sgtwolverine - great book. I was wondering if this is the first book you are reading by a Canadian author and I hope you will go on to discover some more of our wonderful writers. May I recommend Jack Whyte, Peter Robinson and Rudy Wiebe and not to forget the ladies, have you read Margaret Atwood? R_I you naughty fellow.

ms_canada 11 years ago

OH YES, forgot to mention, I am reading a mystery by Peter Robinson, Caedmon's Song. A very different story, different from his Inspector Banks crime stories.

Calliope877 11 years ago

The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror of 2006. I love anthologies.

bearded_gnome 11 years ago

still on the conan-doyle biography. he's past sherlock holmes, I'm learning about his lesser-known works. good detail.

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