Monday, January 18, 2010

What are you reading?

Debbie Clopton's computer crashed this morning (poor thing!) as she was trying to post to the blog. So I thought I would just toss a question out to you. I hope you'll share!

What are you reading right now? What's next in your TBR (to-be-read) stack?

15 comments:

  1. I just finished reading Writing Fiction for Dummies by Randy Ingermanson and Peter Economy. Excellent resource book, especially for writers starting out. It maps out how to put a book together from beginning to end with examples and exercises.

    I also finished Love Finds You in Holiday, FL by Sandra Bricker. I really enjoyed the story (it had two flamingoes on the cover which pulled me in).

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  2. Margaret, you can use the book cover to decorate your office! :)

    I'm reading Myra Johnson's One Imperfect Christmas (finally!). I started it before Christmas but had no time to read until I got my proposal in. So once I mailed that, I picked the book up and began it all over again. Very touching so far.

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  3. Glad you asked this question, Missy. I'd thought about doing a post on what I was reading so here goes: I'm also reading "Writing Fiction for Dummies". Great, great 'how-to' book. And I have "Love Finds You in Holiday, FL" on my nightstand, right behind Mary Kay Andrews "Deep Dish." Love me some Mary Kay Andrews! I recently read Irene Brand's "Love Finds You in Valentine,Nebraska." Irene is a dear friend. I highly recommend her book. And more on my list: the second of Kaye Dacus's wedding series "Menu for Romance", Sharon Gillenwater's "Jenna's Cowboy". I could go on and on. So many books, so little time!

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  4. You've got that right, Lenora! The TBR piles are taking over the house.

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  5. Mrs. Lenora--Kaye Dacus's books are wonderful!

    I'm reading Debra Clopton's new book, Her Forever Cowboy. I enjoy everything she writes!

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  6. I'm reading Vendetta by Roxanne Rustand and than I'm going to read Wildfire.

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  7. thanks for sharing, Courtney and Ellen! I love hearing what others are reading.

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  8. We just finished up Jane Eyre for English a little bit ago(reread for me, but still really great!). We will be starting Crime and Punishment next : /

    Personally, I'm reading Harvesting the Heart by Jodi Picoult. I LOVE Jodi's books. I've met her many times, since she lives a few minutes away from me : ) Other than HtH I only have 1 book out of 16 that I haven't read of hers. They're fantastic.

    Next, I'm trying to decide between a LI book(always a great choice!), The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, or the 2nd Coffeehouse Mystery book by Cleo Coyle. I loved the 1st one and can't wait to read more! Would definitely recommend this lovely little romance/mystery series to anyone!
    Hannah

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  9. im reading tales of the heart by Loree Lough. Im on the last story.
    I have a review book due but if it doesn't come its a choice out of Buffalo Gal by Mary Connelly, Soldier Daddy by Cheryl Wyatt and courting the Doctors Daughter by Janet Dean.
    I have so many books to read. I also need to read your book the forever tree is it? I love your Christmas book Missy. Read part of it at the cricket.

    Margaret I enjoyed Love finds you in Holiday Fl.

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  10. woops got the book wrong I had it write the first time its His forever love.
    I have it on my tbr list also.

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  11. I love hearing what others are reading. :-)I just finished Montana Rose by Mary Connealy and Double Take by Jeaness Walker; both were wonderful!I am presently reading Fearless by Max Lucado and Breach of Trust by DiAnn Mills. On my TBR pile are Perfect Target by Stephanie Newton, A Bride in the Bargain by Deanne Gist and Through the Fire by Shawn Grady.

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  12. Hannah, I think that Coffeehouse mystery series is the one my sister has been raving about. I'll have to ask her. Thanks for mentioning it!

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  13. thanks, Jenny! I know you're a big reader.

    Merry, that's a great list! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Really!? That's funny : ) I would recommend it, as I said before. It's not like a tremendous read or anything, but it's a fun, easy read! At least the one book I've read. I own the next 4 in the series and CANNOT wait to get to them!
    Lemme know if you read 'em!
    Hannah

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  15. Currently reading Glory Be by Ron and Janet Benrey, Fair to remember by Carol Cox and The Jewel of Gresham Green by Lawana Blackwell. Just finished reading Shadow of Turning by Valerie Hansen.

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