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Truly unusal bedtime books (also in Parenting Little Heathens)

I was trying to get a feel for the vastness of the market involving books for children and ran across <a href="http://ajourneyroundmysku…

Started by Michelle

0 Jul 20, 2010

Why do you read what you read?

.. and what do you get from it? Recently, I've been re-reading Moorcock, Pratchett, Harrison, Niven, Robert L Forward, Alan Garner and a ho…

Started by Skraeling

2 May 7, 2010
Reply by Dejah Thoris

NPR listeners pick top 100 best beach books. 1. The Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling 2. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Ha…

Started by It's just Matt

6 May 7, 2010
Reply by Dejah Thoris

Looking for admins for the group!

Hi all, as some of you have noticed, I'm not very active around here anymore. I think it would be good if this group had maybe one or two a…

Started by Calla

105 Mar 31, 2010
Reply by Aiden

Any Neil Gaiman fans?

I was wondering if there's anyone in here who shares my love of books and comics by Neil Gaiman. In any case, discuss your favourite works…

Started by fortunate

15 Mar 13, 2010
Reply by Deanna

just books

Anyone interested in talking about books that may have nothing at all to do with La Causa, just interesting, good books? Like Pynchon, or E…

Started by bob

7 Feb 22, 2010
Reply by Deanna

Any other Joyce fans here?

James Joyce is one of my very favorite writers. I'm about 300 pages into Finnegans Wake right now, and it is very tough sledding. But I'm…

Started by S.A. Alenthony

7 Jan 31, 2010
Reply by bob

Good Omens Book Review

A Fair and Balanced look at Armageddon Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch. By Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratch…

Started by Michelle

8 Jan 12, 2010
Reply by Michelle

Immpossible (this book is way better than twilight) By, Nancy Werlin

In this post I would very much like to discus a new book I’ve discovered titled Impossible written by a women named Nancy Werlin. Most of u…

Started by Atheist Princess

0 Jan 12, 2010

Christopher Moore - genre bending

I have been a fan of Moore's since his first book, Practical Demon Keeping. If you're unfamiliar with him I highly recommend him. Part of h…

Started by D.O.S

5 Dec 27, 2009
Reply by Michelle


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