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Non-fiction was Sherman's Christmas about Sherman in Georgia. I am a history geek, particularly the Civil War and WW11.
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DH like mystery and he's funny, when he picks up a good one, he literally can't put it down....
I've enjoyed the Stephanie Plum adventures and all the Elm Creek books....
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Since moving into DD#2's house in Temecula, DH and I have found some used bookstores and outlets. After my eye appt. today we'll be going to the Lake Elsinore Outlet and I know there's a bookstore there, DH is looking for something to really get into.
Yesterday, I bought Patricia Cornwell's "Scarpetta", I've read most of her books and wait for the paperback...I bought it for $1.00.
I also bought Janet Evanovich's "Seven Up"...just started reading her.
I hope to try many more authors. Lucie
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I love Joyce meyer books I just finished one called How to hear from God and I'm reading her new one Never Give up it is a really good book I also Love to watch her on tv I also just read French women don't get Fat if you have a chance to read it you should you will fall in love with France like i have i have read both of her books here latly I do more reading then quilting and I have also been reading books about home schooling and magazines on quilting and home schooling thanks for posting this thread Tina
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Love to read books,but mostly history books,the one that we did not like to read in school.Right now I am reading the french revolution.I dont know any one that has the same interest in history like me.
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I also love Jennifer Chevarini but hers can be somewhat predictable. Great light reading tho and I just finished Sugar Camp Quilt.
My all time favorite book of my whole life was Gone With The Wind. I must have read that one a hundred times and always wished Scarlett would love Rhett at the end! LOL I didn't much like the sequel.