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Posted: 01-Mar-2008, 10:09 PM
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Posted: 01-Mar-2008, 10:39 PM
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Actually, I finally started reading the 5th Harry Potter book, Order of the phoenix. It's about time.


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Posted: 03-Mar-2008, 10:43 AM
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Posted: 03-Mar-2008, 11:19 AM
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I'm studying HTML in order to make myself more marketable out in the business world so I'm now reading Head First HTML with CSS and XHTML. I know, it sounds terribly dry and dull but this is a great book which teaches in methods very similar to what I like to do with my kids. Lots of illustrations, hands-on exercises, and talks directly to you in a conversational tone. I can't recommend this book highly enough for anybody who wants to learn HTML and what it's all about.



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Ah good read, I haven't read it yet but the reviews look good, I learn HTML on the w3schools website, that's a helpful one too if you need a reference, HTML should be pretty easy to get down, if you know how to post a picture on a thread here it should be really easy because BBCode is pretty similar. Anyways, I'm reading "First Test" by Tamora Peirce, not my first choice for a reaed, but my local book club is requiring it, plus the author herself is visiting soon, Short read, pretty good (or as far as I am it is) and overall an easy read too,
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Posted: 05-Mar-2008, 01:26 PM
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I finished The Spiral Staircase this morning at breakfast, so I am starting Heroines of Dixie:Spring of High Hopes. First-hand accounts of what life was like in the Confederacy. Should be interesting - I love first-person memoirs, particularly those set in the time during the War Between the States.

When I get a little spending money, I'll probably hunt for something else by Karen Armstrong. I did enjoy The Spiral Staircase.

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Posted: 05-Mar-2008, 01:33 PM
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Tonight I'll be starting The Devils's Arithmetic. We've decided to home school our children, and I realized that I read like three books growing up. As a result, I'm trying to cover lost ground in the children's literature department. I'm even going to read Little Women, but I'm drawing the line at other Victorian gossip soap opera dramas like Emma.

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Posted: 05-Mar-2008, 04:59 PM
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As one that loves to read I have gone back to Re-read "Encyclopedia of Celtic Wisdom- A Shaman's Sourcebook." It is too big not to re-read I get new information every time I read it, new jewels shine forth.
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I,m reading William Hamiltons' translation of Blind Harry's Wallace.

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Posted: 06-Mar-2008, 10:40 PM
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Yet another book I'm reading is Gilgamesh, a New English Version by Stephen Mitchell. I do enjoy digging into the ancient works every so often.
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Odd Thomas By Dean Koontz, this guy is a great fiction Writer and he's pretty good at throwing humor in too. I really recommend his works
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Posted: 07-Mar-2008, 11:27 AM
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Dean Koontz is the bomb! Have you read Tick Tock by him? That was, I think, my favourite.

I picked up my copy of I Am Legend last night and started reading it right before I went to bed. It's part of a collection of short stories by Richard Matheson.

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