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    ABARAT by Clive Barker........he's my 2nd favourite author.

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    You can never go wrong with On Writing. I have read and listened to that book so many times. I wish Stephen would do more nonfiction books. Not just articles but whole books.

    My May books read:

    24. Audio -- The Other Queen by Philippa Gregory
    25. Book -- America's Vietnam War by Elizabeth Becker
    26. Audio -- The Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory
    27. Book -- The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins


    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    Per my lovely wife's recommendation (in hopes that I'd become inspired again,) I've been pondering a 3rd reading of On Writing.

    Any thoughts/opinions/suggestions..?

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    The Time Machine - H.G. Wells. Just finished a couple of Ann Rule true crime books this morning.

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    I've just ordered Poltergeist by James Khan, which is based on the films. Has anyone here read it? I found a few reviews but they seemed slightly mixed.

    Thanks!

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    I've just ordered Poltergeist by James Khan, which is based on the films. Has anyone here read it? I found a few reviews but they seemed slightly mixed.

    Thanks!
    I had no idea that the film was based on a novel. Thank you for sharing.

    You can never go wrong with On Writing. I have read and listened to that book so many times. I wish Stephen would do more nonfiction books. Not just articles but whole books.
    Hi, Dana Jean!

    I appreciate your input. Thankee very much.
    I, too, would gladly read additional works of non-fiction by Sai King.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    Per my lovely wife's recommendation (in hopes that I'd become inspired again,) I've been pondering a 3rd reading of On Writing.

    Any thoughts/opinions/suggestions..?
    I find that I can't read that book enough. I love to write and On Writing has been my most valued tool in my endeavor to improve.

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    I am reading a compelling novel called Children Of The Fog by Canadian author Cheryl Kaye Tardif. It is really good. (Especially after the disaster of The Haunted by Bentley Little!!) I got it for the kindle and have almost finished it!! Later today, I will be picking up The Woman In Black, which comes highly recommended!! ( thanks Cat!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    I had no idea that the film was based on a novel. Thank you for sharing.
    Welcome! I only realised after I'd ordered it, but apparently it's a good adaption and adds a lot of depth to some of the characters.

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    Welcome! I only realised after I'd ordered it, but apparently it's a good adaption and adds a lot of depth to some of the characters.
    No, thank YOU, Helen. It's much appreciated.

    I find that I can't read that book enough. I love to write and On Writing has been my most valued tool in my endeavor to improve.
    Hi, welcome to the Board!

    Yeah, On Writing is one of my all-time favorite books, too. Not just of Sai King's work, but out of ALL. And yes, the knowledge passed on by SK is truly invaluable, inspiring, and uplifting, IMO!
    How many times have you read it, BTW?

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    UNDER the DOME lol

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