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[livejournal.com profile] seferin asked me in another post what my 10 favorite books I ever read were.

This list is subject to change without notice, but off the top of my head I came up with:


The Truth Machine - James L. Halperin
Pet Semetary - Stephen King
The Stand - Stephen King
Think and Grow Rich (A Black Choice) - Dennis Kimbro and Napoleon Hill
Transmetropolitan - Warren Ellis
Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki
Debt of Honor - Tom Clancy
Executive Orders - Tom Clancy (2 books that link together so tightly you can almost consider as one)
Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
I, Martha Adams - Pauline Glen Winslow


Most of these books were starting points. They pushed me to find other books which either confirmed or changed my thoughts on various subjects throughout my life (many with opposing views). Others showed me there were different ways of thinking. Others were just plain pure entertainment I can go back to when I need a comfortable break from reality.

What would be on your list?
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[livejournal.com profile] seferin asked me in another post what my 10 favorite books I ever read were.

This list is subject to change without notice, but off the top of my head I came up with:


The Truth Machine - James L. Halperin
Pet Semetary - Stephen King
The Stand - Stephen King
Think and Grow Rich (A Black Choice) - Dennis Kimbro and Napoleon Hill
Transmetropolitan - Warren Ellis
Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki
Debt of Honor - Tom Clancy
Executive Orders - Tom Clancy (2 books that link together so tightly you can almost consider as one)
Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
I, Martha Adams - Pauline Glen Winslow


Most of these books were starting points. They pushed me to find other books which either confirmed or changed my thoughts on various subjects throughout my life (many with opposing views). Others showed me there were different ways of thinking. Others were just plain pure entertainment I can go back to when I need a comfortable break from reality.

What would be on your list?

Ponders...

Jan. 5th, 2009 12:32 pm
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What's one non-fiction book you think everyone should read?

Me? The Eat This, Not That series....

Ponders...

Jan. 5th, 2009 12:32 pm
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What's one non-fiction book you think everyone should read?

Me? The Eat This, Not That series....
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If I asked you to pick one book that would help me understand who you are, what would that book be?
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If I asked you to pick one book that would help me understand who you are, what would that book be?
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Trying to make arrangements to feed my brain.

On my list so far:

On a Pale Horse - Piers Anthony
Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson
Somebody's Gotta Say It - Neal Boortz
The Dangerous Book for Boys - Conn and Hal Iggulden
Rereading I, Martha Adams by Pauline Glen Winslow
Catching up/filling in blanks of series by Harry Turtledove and Sue Grafton...

Now it's your turn...help me fill my time and my mind. Comments? Suggestions? Cleavage?
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Trying to make arrangements to feed my brain.

On my list so far:

On a Pale Horse - Piers Anthony
Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson
Somebody's Gotta Say It - Neal Boortz
The Dangerous Book for Boys - Conn and Hal Iggulden
Rereading I, Martha Adams by Pauline Glen Winslow
Catching up/filling in blanks of series by Harry Turtledove and Sue Grafton...

Now it's your turn...help me fill my time and my mind. Comments? Suggestions? Cleavage?

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