~*~*~*What are you reading~*~*~*

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Wed, 03-26-2003 - 9:20pm
I just started "Shopaholic Ties the Knot" by Sophie Kinsella. Not enough into it to have formed an opinion, yet, but I loved the others by her, so I am hoping that I am not disappointed.


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Thu, 03-27-2003 - 10:37am
Wifey by: Judy Blume, The Last Girls by: Lee Smith on CD, A Woman's Jounrey to The Heart of God, the Letters of Brother Lawrence and my Bible. :o)
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Thu, 03-27-2003 - 11:48am
Just started "Women of the Silk" by Gail Tsukinama for my book club. Since it is Lent, and I participate in our church's book club, next is "Great Lent" by Father Alexander Schemaman (sp?)

- Mimi

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Fri, 03-28-2003 - 3:29pm
I've just started "Ahab's Wife" -- so far I am enjoying it.
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Fri, 03-28-2003 - 5:20pm
Ohhhh. So poetic - wonderful book. Enjoy

- Mimi

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Fri, 03-28-2003 - 6:39pm
Envy by Sandra Brown and The Purpose Driven Life by Warren.
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Fri, 03-28-2003 - 10:13pm
I just started this book as well! I'm a big Becky Bloomwood fan, and loved the first two books. The version I have came from the UK and it's definitely a different "version" of writing, so it's interesting to read.

We'll talk about it when we're through reading. :)

Michelle

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Fri, 03-28-2003 - 10:17pm
Our new book club book is "A False Sense of Well Being" - haven't started it yet, but it looks interesting.

Michelle

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Sat, 03-29-2003 - 12:40am
I just started and finished "Prey" by Michael Crichton. Interesting... Not nearly as technical as some of his other science books, and the style seems kind of different for some reason--can't quite put my finger on it. It was a very weird book (but that's not unusual for Crichton), and I started it about four hours ago and couldn't put it down until it was done.

I'm still thinking about it, though. I think I'll need a few days and another read before I decide whether I liked it or not.

Holly

drifting over from the military families board since cl-momrisner said I could!

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Sat, 03-29-2003 - 12:32pm
Add The Lovelt Bones to my list, along with The Victoria's Secret Catalogue Never Stops Coming.

See my review of Wifey at http://www.xanga.com/mommyheaver

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Sun, 03-30-2003 - 5:51pm
delurking here....Woman of the silk is a beautifully written book...follow it up with Gail Tsukinama's "Language of the Threads" which continues the story of the "Woman of the silk."

siiy 2009

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