Monday, February 11, 2008

What 'chu Readin?

I just joined this new site Goodreads. You list the books that you are reading or have read and give reviews to share with your friends. I love hearing what other people are reading and I love a good recommendation. Join the site and let me know of any must read book!

10 comments:

  1. Kristy3:30 PM

    Do catalogs count? I love the Pottery Barn catalog (but I seldem purchase anything). Cottage Living is my favorite magazine. If magazines count too?!

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  2. I love Cottage Living, too!

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  3. Currently I am reading Fundamentals of Cost Accounting and Questions that Matter: An Invitation to Philosophy. In about four weeks, I will be reading West Federal Taxation: Comprehensive, Macroeconomics: Public and Private Choice and last but not least, Bulls, Bears and Golden Calves: Applying Christian Ethics in Economics. Do these count??

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  4. Yuck Jess!!

    That is worse than the trig class that Greg is taking.....

    p

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  5. Oh great Jess, can I read them when you are done?

    Not!

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  6. Wow Jess, that sounds fun. I'd love to borrow those when you are done. ;o)

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  7. Please everyone, don't fight over my 'good' reads. Everyone can take turns! Les, I am sorry but I think that Lorie was first! ...but then again, Paula sounded pretty interested too!

    And actually because I am such a dork, I like the cost accounting book, but philosophy is TERRIBLE!! I don't see how that could interest anyone!...but then again I am a numbers person!

    And in all seriousness, I have been given a book from a dear friend written by Joyce Meyer, Battlefield of the mind. I am really excited about reading it, but haven't got around to it yet. Has anyone read it?

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  8. Marge9:17 PM

    I am just starting to read"TAKE THE RISK" by Ben Carson. He is so laid back when speaking and telling many of his experiences while growing and the extent to what his mother had in the way she guided him.
    And most of all, the surgery he has performed on so many children. It is exciting and mindboggling to follow this story . Gram23

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  9. I read something about him a while back. I can't remember if it was a book or a short story, but I knew exactly who you were talking about Gram. It was very interesting!!

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  10. Anonymous8:58 AM

    I just finished John Grisham's new book, The Appeal, which was interesting but I liked his, The Innocent Man much better. It should be in paper back by now and would be a good read on your trip. It is nonfiction and really makes you stop and wonder how this could happen in our country.
    mom

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