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Sunday Seven #324


How’s your reading list shaping up for 2012?

I should ask a “bonus” question about whether you prefer to read the old-fashioned kind of book or the electronic variety, but I’ll save that for another time. This week, we’ll just focus on books you’d like to read during this year.

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Name seven books you’d like to read in 2012.

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  3. 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

    48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller

    Remembering Babylon by David Malouf

    Jailbird by Kurt Vonnegut

    The Rift by Walter Jon Williams

    Keynes Hayek by Nicholas Wapshott

    and for some zombie mayhem: World War Z by Max Brooks

    I am a member of and an active borrower from the library, so I have a constant stream of physical books coming into my home. I’ve thought of a Kindle, but I’m traditionally a late adopter when it comes to most things, and I just don’t see a need at the moment.

      1. @Cathryn (aka Strange) Wonderful! I’m TammyLuck on PBS if you want to be “friends”. Why do I feel like I’m back in elementary school when I say that?

        1. @TammyL I’m eeyore17026 – I’ll “friend” you – though I’m not sure there’s a real advantage to doing that! 🙂

  4. All over but the Shoutin’ by Rick Bragg

    No Direction Home by Robert Shelton

    Hank Williams by Colin Escot

    These is my Words by Nancy E. Turner

    A Stolen Life by Jaycee Dugard

    Blackbird: A Childhood Lost and Found by Jennifer Lauck

    Holy Ghost Girl by Donna Johnson

    I have rediscovered reading since buying a Nook and finding out how to get books from the library without leaving home. I’ve been reading a lot of John Sandford and Sue Grafton books. All the ones I listed above are books I can’t get from the library, so It will be a slow process getting around to them. I’ll either have to buy the Nook Books or, if it’s cheaper on, I may buy the actual books.

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