Who's reading what????greenspun.com : LUSENET : Freedom! self reliance : One Thread
Hey all, I was wondering what everyone is reading now? guess I'll go first...
Ezekial, The Rights of Man, and Creature from Jekyll Island.
-- Doreen (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2001
No Eye Can See by Jane Kirkpatrick
-- Anna in Iowa (email@example.com), December 28, 2001.
I have just started Henry Lawson 'Short stories and sketches'. A rather heavy book of 1500 pages or so of light reading relating to life in Australia in 1880-1920.
-- john hill (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 28, 2001.
Natural Healing, Amish Medicine, Medicinal Plants and Physicians Desk Reference of Herbal Medicines.
-- Jay Blair in N. AL (email@example.com), December 29, 2001.
Covered Wagon Women #6 edited by K. Holmes
-- DW (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2001.
Proverbs, A Place Called Bliss and rereading On the Road with Charles Kuralt. I needed to get away from doom and gloom for a while, lol.
-- Deena in GA (email@example.com), December 29, 2001.
"Skipping Christmas" It was hilarious!
-- Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2001.
McGuffy's Eclectic Pictorial Primer, Dr. Seuss ABC, Biology of Microorganisms, Experiments in Plant Physiology, The American Republic.
Homeschooling is a full time job.
-- Laura (LadybugWrangler@hotmail.com), December 29, 2001.
The only new addition is "The Patriot's Handbook". Very good. Very informative. For all you homeschoolers, it would be just about the only book you would need to cover American History.
-- StevenB (email@example.com), December 29, 2001.
I'm reading 1984 by George Orwell and skimming several lesson planning resource books.
-- Squirrel (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2001.
"Traveling Light", by Max Lucado. Sissy
-- Sissy Sylvester-Barth (iblong2Him@ilovejesus.net), December 29, 2001.
DW will you tell us about the book you're reading?
-- Cindy (SE. IN) (email@example.com), December 30, 2001.
On the Road by Jack Kerouac and Just finished The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry.
-- Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 30, 2001.
Galatians, "Traveling Light", and the Lehman's catalog
. And for Christmas I got "The Signature of God" and "The Lost Books of the Bible and the Forgotten Books of Eden".
-- Eric in TN (email@example.com), December 31, 2001.
HEllo Doreen, Just finished reading 1984 and started reading The Last Tycoon, by Scott Fitzgerald.
-- http://communities.msn.com/livingoffthelandintheozarks (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 01, 2002.
Philippians, First Peter and "God's Inspirational Promises" by Max Lucado. Not to mention the new seed catalogs!!!
-- Kathy (email@example.com), January 01, 2002.
How funny! My friend just gave me 1984. I had read it in highschool, but didn't have a copy. It's probably one of the most read pieces of fiction right now.
-- Doreen (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 02, 2002.
Its fiction? I thought it was prophecy.
-- Just Duckie (Duck@spazmail.com), January 02, 2002.
Covered Wagon Women...there are a set of 10 or 11 of these books. They are actual journals of women as they went west. They are organized by years. I am slowly collecting them when someone gives me a gift certificate to a book store or a good sale. I like history, too. DW
-- DW (email@example.com), January 03, 2002.