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    I am finishing up "Gerald's Game" (less than 20 pages), "Inside the Mind of Casey Anthony", "Inside the Mind of a Dog", and "ADD- Friendly Ways to Organize your Life", "One on One", and listening to "The Bodies Left Behind" while I fold laundry. Usually have to give myself a bit of time to think about what is happening in them.

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    I hear you! Reading to me is like breathing...Have you scoped out a library at your end destination? That may help give you hope. Just take it one day at a time, one hour at a time if you have to... connect back.

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    Don't you find with writing as in painting, you begin with a general idea and the next thing you know it morphs into something alive? Then it becomes like trying to contain a spilled glass of water with your hands.

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    Throttle - Joe Hill & Steve King

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    Michael Connelly - The Concrete Blonde. I decided a while back to try and read the Harry Bosch novels in order. This is the third one and it is excellent. If you like detective/police books, Michael Connelly is one of the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BachmanKing9 View Post
    Dr. Bloodmoney (Or how we got along after the bomb) - Philip K. Dick
    Hi, BK!

    Phillip K. Dick is one of my favorite writers.
    I'd be interested in your thoughts/opinion(s) on it, once you're done.

    BTW, he really did have an extraordinary talent, didn't he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    Hi, BK!

    Phillip K. Dick is one of my favorite writers.
    I'd be interested in your thoughts/opinion(s) on it, once you're done.

    BTW, he really did have an extraordinary talent, didn't he?
    Yes. He's a fascinating writer, Dustin. I let you know when I'm finished.

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    House of Reckoning by John Saul

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BachmanKing9 View Post
    Yes. He's a fascinating writer, Dustin. I let you know when I'm finished.




    Have you read A Scanner Darkly..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post



    Have you read A Scanner Darkly..?
    I've got five novels of his I'm currently reading and that is one of them in the mix. I heard it's really good.

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