Username Post: Books, Books and more Books!!        (Topic#1537085)
Karen B
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It's pixEL not pixIE. http://pixelofink.com/

  • TraciK Said:
I do know about those but will check that pixie one out. Thanks!!




 
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One site that I like better than Pixel of Ink is Kindle on The Cheap (KoTC). Received notification from them on lots of books that went on sale that were on my TBR list.


 
Megan - ForumTech
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Free Nook books. Not as many as Pixel of Ink, but some....

http://www.facebook.com/FreeNookBooksEtc


 
litlplace
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This conversation is making me want to start reading the whole series again. Maybe not a bad idea... then I'll be ready for the new book when it comes out this fall.


 
Karen B
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Thanks, Megan and T-Scraps! I'll check those out!


 
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I just started reading the Maxium Ride series from James Patterson. I'm on the first book and so far I like it.


 
TraciK
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  • Karen B Said:
It's pixEL not pixIE. http://pixelofink.com/

  • TraciK Said:
I do know about those but will check that pixie one out. Thanks!!







LOL, thanks!!


 
TraciK
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  • Megan - ForumTech Said:
Free Nook books. Not as many as Pixel of Ink, but some....

http://www.facebook.com/FreeNookBooksEtc



I'm a member to this already! I love it! Thanks!!


 
Gelidy Gelato
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  • scrappy_day Said:
I just started reading the Maxium Ride series from James Patterson. I'm on the first book and so far I like it.


I am on book 3. It's a fun series. A little repetitive at times but I am enjoying it.


 
TraciK
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I got Cascade in today from the library. I'm reduced to reading a real book. lol


 
Karen B
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I'm reading The Dog Next Door: And Other Stories of the Dogs We Love by Callie Smith Grant. Short stories of dogs and how they've affected their families' lives. Very good and each dog's story is only a few pages so it's good for short bits of time. I picked it up when the Kindle edition was free last month and just started it a few days ago.


 
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Just finished December's Thorn by Phillip DePoy and have to say I have found a new (to me) author who I love! His book kept me guessing until the end and then blew me away with the ending. Plan on going back and reading all of his books, especially the ones with Fever Devilin as the main character.
I am getting set to read Nano by Robin Cook, another of my favorite writers.


 
Gelidy Gelato
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I finished up the 3rd Maximum Ride book and I enjoyed it probablly because I wasn't expecting much. I read a review that referred to the series a "junk food" for the brain and I would have to agree. But you know what? sometimes you just enjoy a little junk food.
SPOILER about author


 
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I recently read The Cedar Cove Series #2-#6 by Debbie Macomber. Light romance, fluffy, predictable reads. I got tired of all the women basing their identities around whether a man would or would not want them. Each book does A LOT of recap of the previous one, so they are very quick to read.

I'm curious to see how it ends, so I'll read the rest of the series and skip the boring parts.


 
TraciK
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Finished Cascade last night, waiting on the library to call me for the next one.


 
Karen B
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I didn't like The Dog Next Door: And Other Stories of the Dogs We Love as much as the other books of short dog stories I've read lately. Too many backyard breeders and sad endings.


 
TraciK
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  • I scrap Said:
I recently read The Cedar Cove Series #2-#6 by Debbie Macomber. Light romance, fluffy, predictable reads. I got tired of all the women basing their identities around whether a man would or would not want them. Each book does A LOT of recap of the previous one, so they are very quick to read.

I'm curious to see how it ends, so I'll read the rest of the series and skip the boring parts.




I have these on my list to read. I will get to them one day! Too many books to read and not enough time. lol


 
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Downloaded Pango Pango Tango on my Kindle today. Looked interesting and is set in Pango Pango - a place we love. Looks like a good murder mystery. I think it is $1.88 or $1.89 today through Amazon.


 
TraciK
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Finished Torrent. Still reading Charlotte Fig.



 
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Henri, we signed the papers on our house yesterday!! What a weight lifted off our shoulders! And thank goodness he is letting us fent from him for a month until the new house is done, so we don't have to move twice!


 
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