So, what are you reading?

Jan 25, 2007 by

I’m carrying three books with me these days, but reading more. I am always looking for suggestions on great books, and I have a whole stash ready for my trip to Hawaii in three weeks (lots of reading time in Hawaii).

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Picked this up at Border’s last night and have read about 100 pages. The tag line says, “If Jane Austen had written the DaVinci Code.” Yeah, right. But it is intriguing.

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This is a New Age book on how to receive revelation, and surprisingly I have learned that over the years I have indeed received in many different ways. The Spirit has taught me a great deal as I have read this, especially about how Joseph Smith received so many different things in so many different ways. This isn’t gospel, but it is very interesting. I highly recommend this.

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I’m also enjoying the New Testament again. I love when we get through the Old Testament! (Sorry, Abraham and Moses!)

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I picked this one up at Border’s too.  My sister, who is a huge Julia Child fan, told me about this book (or I heard about it on NPR, not sure)  This is going to Hawaii with me.

So, share with us… what are you reading?  What is the best book you have read in the last 6 months?  Who are your favorite authors?

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10 Comments

  1. Treasure Island. I picked it up today at Habitat for Humanity for .50 cents.

  2. John

    “Tuesdays with Morrie” all the way. It was written by Mitch Albom. The best book; it will make you cry.

  3. John

    “Tuesdays with Morrie” all the way. It was written by Mitch Albom. The best book; it will make you cry.

  4. That Julia one looks like a lot of fun.

  5. I’m working my way through Lisa Miscione’s crime writer/detective mysteries. They are so fantastic! Probably great beack or airplane reads.

  6. okay. So that work was BEACH. You are all too familiar with my typing abilities…

  7. If you enjoy a good and witty fantasy, I recommend anything by Jasper Fforde. But his first book in the Tuesday Next series is a good place to start, “The Eyre Affair.”

  8. i just read The Devil Wears Prada and it is great. I read it all in one evening, so it might be good for the plane.

  9. glo

    Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven by Fannie Flagg – a must-read for anyone

    The Truth of Yoga by Something I Can’t Spell

    The Book of Job (for more on this, see my blog @ middleclassmormonism.blogspot.com – thanks to Lianne for leaving this box open for completely undesired free advertising)

  10. Sheesh, I’ve only been reading non-fiction past few months. Out of the loop again. Becky liked The Devil Wears Prada. I didn’t. I thought she whined waaay too much (Andi, that is- not Becky! :-) ). But I couldn’t put it down, either, and it was a quick read.

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