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40 LASHES!!!!!! 5 Replies

For the first time in ages I forgot to "RABBIT RABBIT RABBIT!".Anyone else forget? Maybe I should hang a horse shoe over my door or throw some salt over my left shoulder!Hopefully will remember on New Year's Eve!!!!!! Don't want to jinx the entire…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by rapa yesterday.

Mysteries and Detective Action 23 Replies

I really enjoyed The Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMille. Just enough humor to make it semi-believable!Abandoned Column of Fire after 2 discs on Audiobook.Deep Freeze by John Sandford is my current listen. A Virgil Flowers novelI’m stuck in Accounting…Continue

Started by Carolyn Tewell. Last reply by Carolyn Tewell Dec 4.

2017 National Book Awards posted 4 Replies

Wonder who chose these! I'm not familiar with any of them. Are you?…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by Ioruach Nov 10.

Goodreads Best Historical FICTION nominees 2017 1 Reply

I've read many of these and currently reading the Anita Shreve book. So many good ones but my vote would go to Jamie Ford for LOVE and OTHER CONSOLATION PRIZES.The scene is set in Seattle during the time of the 1909 World Fair. Jamie can really tell…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by Ursula Nov 7.

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Comment by rapa on August 2, 2016 at 9:15pm
Comment by Mandy Muffin on March 5, 2016 at 10:14am

If you have ever enjoyed the books of Pat Conroy, placed mostly in the South Carolina low country, you may be saddened to learn he died yesterday at age 70.  Here is a collection of blogs he wrote recently that may be of interest.  Of course, there is some classic literature he has left to will define him as one of America's great southern writers.  http://patconroy.com/wp/

Comment by Mandy Muffin on November 3, 2015 at 3:15pm

I am on a quest to reread some of the great literature put out over the years by Jeffery Archer, the famous and infamous, English author who spent 2 years in prison for a libel conviction in which he did not defend himself.  He is a year younger than me at 75 now but still writing.  I am rereading the classic 5 book saga of the Clifton Chronicles and the last book in the series has been released with a summary of the tale. The deal is only $2.99 from Amazon.  http://www.amazon.com/Mightier-than-Sword-Chronicles-Analysis-ebook...

Comment by rapa on July 13, 2015 at 4:31pm
Welcome to Dee Morris! So glad you found us. Jump right in or lurk at will. Happy readng!
Comment by Beezerette on February 5, 2015 at 1:57pm

I picked up 2 Marcia Muller books at our library book sale, and after finishing both,decided to try to read all the "Sharon McCone" books of hers.  Also reading Tale of Two Cities for an OLLI class I am taking--quite a difference in the literature this week!  Has anyone else taken any OLLI classes? (O. Lifelong Learning Institute) for the over 50"s set.  I have really been enjoying them, and the literature related classes are stimulating.  I have been so busy with classes and volunteering, I haven't stopped by to this site for awhile.  I will try to do better from now on.

Comment by Gloria Helmer / Datsunlvr on January 1, 2015 at 6:19am

Just wanted to drop in and wish everyone a very Happy New Year!

Comment by Lip Service on October 22, 2014 at 6:49pm

Welcome to our new member Trish Anderson

Looking forward to your posts

Comment by Beezerette on September 9, 2014 at 9:26am

Thanks to all who left me birthday greetings!  My computer got messed up on June and I have not been able to get back on the Bookoholics page until I finally got in today and got a new password so that I can come on again.  I was so fortunate to be able to go to Omaha the end of August to see and hear Louise Penny!!  She was a delightful lady, and the 4 of us who drove together over 100 miles felt it was well worth the travel and time.  There were many devoted fans there, and we all left feeling wonderful!

Comment by Sailspinner on August 24, 2014 at 11:45am
Just finished a book that serves as an update to Ayn Rand's 'Atlas Shrugged". It's called "The Frankenstein Candidate" by Vinay Kolhatkar and it summarizes well today's political/financial situation. And that's scary. VK could be channeling Rand. I got the ebook free on Amazon but it's worth buying.
Comment by rapa on May 31, 2014 at 7:42pm
Tomorrow is June 1st. Hope we all remember to "RABBIT RABBIT RABBIT! :)

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