Let Me Ask You A Question – 12/22/16

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Let me ask you a question:

What are you currently reading?  Do you read?  If not, why?

59 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 12/22/16

  1. I’m currently reading “Dark Age Ahead” by Jane Jacobs. The author begins (I’ve only just started it.) discussing how cultures fall into the sort of decline and forgetfulness we call Dark Ages, some by beign conquered and suppressed, some by exhausting key resources, some by reaction to change. She assures the reader she will get to ways to avoid that fate.

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  2. I love to read. I have three bookcases in my office and one in my bedroom. All are full of books. Right now I am reading an anthology of science fiction novels, most are really good: Star Heroes: 9 Novels of Space Exploration, Aliens, and Adventure

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  3. Right now I am trying to finish “Percy Crow” by Danny Kemp it is a follow up of his book; “The Desolate Garden” and “What Happened In Vienna Jack”. They all contain intrigue, romance, secrets, deceit and damned lies. It is action packed and full of twists and turns.
    Danny Kemp keeps you on the edge of your seat. If you have to put the book down because of personal commitments the whole time you are wondering what is going on in the pages that will follow.
    When I read “The Desolate Garden” I thought I had the whole thing figured out. The end blew my socks off. Then I read a follow up “What Happened In Vienna Jack” which left me hanging and hankering to know what did happen in Vienna, and now I will finally find out in the final (at least I think it will be the final) book “Percy Crow”. It is contagious and if you like mystery, action, romance, lies, twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat than by all means read Danny Kemps books.

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  4. I read a chapter out of the Bible every day and I’m getting better about reading blog posts more often (so I don’t get so far behind!) I read the WestSide Leader (local paper) when it’s delivered once a week and the occasional magazine. Would love to find more time to read actual books, but I find it cuts into my workout and Sudoku time!

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  5. Good question, I read every night in bed and in the morning too if I can. Last one I read was ‘The Maltese Goddess’ by Lara McClintoch, an archaeological mystery which was quite ok. Going to the library tomorrow to stock up before Christmas, I read a few books a week but it varies. I mix my non-fiction with my fiction, usually read more than one book at a time.

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  6. I started to read seriously after I published my first e-book on amazon. I bought a kindle reader in order to see what it looked and read like on it and from then on I became a constant kindle’s reader, so much so that I bring my kindle everywhere I go. The kindle offers many more advantages over paper books, one of them is that one can store any wanted number of books so practically one has an entire library at one’s finger tips. I’m a very selective reader and usually when I like a book I read more than once that is easy with kindle as this is another of its many advantages. Today I finished for the second time a book titled: “Brilliant Psychology” as I’m very interested in the human brain. Most probably the next will be more or less on the same subject. Or I may read another one that I’ve already read.

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  7. I’m a book blogger, so naturally, I read. I’m currently reading Vampyrie by Tina Frisco, The Gender Game by Bella Forrest, The Blazing Star by Imani Josey, and Final Girls by Riley Sager. I do love to read, but my goal is to gain knowledge through reading and writing and to improve my vocabulary along the way.

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  8. I tend to pick an author and read all of their work. Right now I’m on Lee Child and I’m reading Echo Burning, the 5th in his Jack Reacher series. I feel like I can’t call myself a writer if I don’t read the work of others.

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  9. I’m not patient enough to read. I tend to start and finish a book in the same day, so committing to a book means clearing my schedule. I read a lot of articles and magazines, but haven’t read a book since Robopocalypse and Robogenesis. Both are excellent. To summarize: it’s a civil war between man and machine. We finally created a computer smarter than humans, and they begin to take over the world.

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