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:) ;) :popcorn: I am partial to a variety of novels, depending on what the mood is. Science Fiction. Horror. Thrillers. Comedy. Drama.
 

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I like to read as well, stone. :) My favorite authors include; James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, John Grisham, etc. I like mysteries, horror, love stories. I'm currently reading 24 Hours, a book by Greg Isles. It is a thriller about this psycho that kidnaps kids. Good book.Very fast paced. I'm about half way through it.
 

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I read Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Unleashed recently.

Does that count?

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I was having trouble with some of the big words, like firewall and defragmentation.

And I can only take so many acronyms before my attention begins to wander.

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I understand JP! I bought a A+ Certification book couple years ago. :boring: :boring: :boring:

Then I compounded the problem by another factor...Net + ! :doh: :boring: :boring: :boring:

And now I have gotten my Certifications in A+ and Net +, I use the books for target practice. :shock:
 

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I love to read! Horror, true-crime, fiction, non-fiction, children's lit., if it's in the Dewey Decimal System, I'll read it!
 

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I forgot to add that I am reading a novel, The Bourne Sanction. It's a contract book, Ludlum didn't write this one. Fascinating never the less... :thumb:

I used to read anything Clancy wrote, or Le Carre'. They have'nt written in a while, so it's off to Ludlum-land! Escapeism at it's best, for now!
 

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Participating on this forum , is sort of like reading a novel. It has a variety of themes which does not stress me. :)
 

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I agree, Stone! And many times, it's like a comic book since it gets me :hyst: !!!
 

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Dasha said:
I agree, Stone! And many times, it's like a comic book since it gets me :hyst: !!!
Ditto that for sure !! :lol: This place is hilarious, and sometimes has me laughing to the point of tears !! :lol:
 

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I like to read as well. Don't get much time to read much besides work related stuff. But I do have a small selection of books in my personal library, thats the bathroom to the unknowing. I like just about any book except flat out love story's. Currently I'm rereading the uncut version of The Stand. I like just about all of Stephen Kings works. I like drama, scifi, westerns, mystery,fantasy,horror. I also like biography's both fiction and non-fiction.
 

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I like to read as well. Don't get much time to read much besides work related stuff. But I do have a small selection of books in my personal library, thats the bathroom to the unknowing. I like just about any book except flat out love story's. Currently I'm rereading the uncut version of The Stand. I like just about all of Stephen Kings works. I like drama, scifi, westerns, mystery,fantasy,horror. I also like biography's both fiction and non-fiction.
Aah yes, " The Stand", good book. I use to get into Stephen King big time !! :thumb:
 

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I forgot to mention that I read Grisham, le Carre', Deighton, Crichton and Collins... :doh:
 

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There are a lot of authors, i am partial to but can not recall all of them . Some i have a preference for are : Stephen King. Bryce Courtney. Richard Steinbeck ( East of Eden) ( Of Mice and Men) ( Cannery Row). Charles Dickens ( Little Dorrit). Daphne Du Maurier ( Rebecca). Isaac Asimov. Madeleine Brent ( Merlins Keep). :)
 
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