28th February 13, 07:00 PM
So... what are you reading?
So... are you reading the book everyone else is reading?....
28th February 13, 08:16 PM
I think so. I'm reading "Emmeline" by Charlotte Smith and "The Prodigal God" by Timothy Keller, one in my left hand and the other in my right.
I changed my signature. The old one was too ridiculous.
28th February 13, 08:52 PM
Nope, don't like to follow the crowd, Radical by David Platt.
Life Is Short - Enjoy The Swing, Sway and Sashay - Go Kilted
28th February 13, 11:24 PM
I'm reading a few books.
"The Somme" by Martin Gilbert, "The Return" by William Shatner, and I just picked up "Crime and Punishmemt" by Dostoyevsky, a classic that I've never read before.
The Official [BREN]
1st March 13, 01:54 AM
I'm another one who reads several books at one time.. Right now I'm working on "Club Dead" by Charlaine Harris, "Courageous" by Randy Alcorn, and "Gods Story Your Story" by Max Lucado.
1st March 13, 07:42 AM
I just finished "The Edge" a rollicking fun sci-fi book about time travelers. I just started the 1st book in what is ostensibly a series oriented toward the wee lasses titled "Outlander." It is interesting. Recently I finished both "A Short History of Scotland" and "Scotland's Mark on America."
1st March 13, 07:55 AM
I imagine most f not all of you have read it:
How the Scots invented the modern world - Arthur Herman
1st March 13, 07:59 AM
I usually have two books going at once. One for livingroom reading and one for bedroom reading. As luck would have it I finished both books in the last two days. The livingroom book was Lives of Ancient Egyptians by Egyptologist Toby Wilkinson and the bedroom book was Deceptions of WWII by William B. Breuer. Now I have to find 2 new books to start reading.
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Creag ab Sgairbh
1st March 13, 08:04 AM
I'm presently reading, "The Chiefs of Clan Macpherson" by Macpherson of Dalchully, a first edition and published in 1947. It's an excellent, vintage book with well researched information and delightful stories. I picked it up on eBay a few weeks ago.
1st March 13, 08:06 AM
Old science fiction from the 1930s, an anthology called "Before the Golden Age", collected and with commentary by the late, great Isaac Asimov....
"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." ~ Benjamin Franklin