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Thread: What AWer book are you currently reading?

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    Stand in the Place Where You Live KTC's Avatar
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    I recently finished Hannah's Gone, Gone, Gone. Awesome Sauce!!!

    I'm kind of losing track of who's who, man. With facebook, twitter, AW, tumblr...I sometimes lose track of where I knew people first! Der.

    Having said that, I am just going to start CARO's VOICELESS tonight. Can't wait! I have a signed copy, but I'm not going to defile its pages...I also have a kindle version. (-:

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    Next on my list is Alex Adams's WHITE HORSE!!

    Quote Originally Posted by KTC View Post
    Having said that, I am just going to start CARO's VOICELESS tonight. Can't wait! I have a signed copy, but I'm not going to defile its pages...I also have a kindle version. (-:
    Oh, squeee!! Gosh, I hope you like it!

    Quote Originally Posted by KTC View Post
    Nobody here ever reads my book. )-:
    I read your book!! I have a paper copy of SUMMER ON FIRE (signed by the author!) and a Kindle version that I read first.

    LOVED it!

    Now I'm waiting to see how SEBASTIAN'S POET turned out after edits. So excited to read it.

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    I just finished reading both A Devil in the Details and A Shot in the Dark by Tasmin21 (K.A Stewart).

    I'm a pretty slow reader, so it sometimes takes me a while to finish a book. Yeah...I finished both in like a week. I lost sleep reading those books. I can't wait for the next one to come out.

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    Stacia Kane's Chasing Magic. So good.
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    Oh! This thread is here again. :-) I just finished The Bookseller , by Mark Pryor, aka MarkEsq.Really enjoyed it, liked the descriptions of Paris neighborhoods, liked how he interspersed bits of French in with it, will read the next one. I think it's a series, right Mark? I hope.

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    I finished The Night Circus last week. It took me a while because I wanted to savor it. It's a beautiful book.

    I also just finished Ink. It was a fun, quick read -- finished it in two sittings. I enjoyed it quite a bit and will be looking for more to read from Damien.
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    Personal Effects by E. M. Kokie (suki)
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    Started Regan Summer's (AW's HillaryJacques) 'Running in the Dark' late on Christmas Night and couldn't stop reading until I got to The End. Had an awful book hangover the next day, but it was worth it. Fast-paced, witty, clever and fun.

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    I've just read Kiss the Morning Star by Elissa Janine Hoole (elissa on AW).
    "The afterlife is like Aldershot." (from Beyond Black by Hilary Mantel)

    Out Stack and Other Places, collection out now from Midnight Street Press

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    Currently reading Dead Roots (The Analyst) by Brian Geoffrey Wood. Interesting book, and you get to see him growing as a writer as you progress through the book.

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    I downloaded a sample of The History Maker By Eamonn Hickson (Spell-it-out in here) to my Kindle yesterday, and though I have only read the first two chapters yet I am intrigued and will probably buy the whole thing.
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    I just started The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress (Toothpaste).

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    I'm reading Hannah Moskowitz's TEETH. (-:
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    I'm now reading Absolute Visions Anthology of Speculative Fiction. So far I like it quite a bit. Sending a, "Nice Job," out to everybody that worked on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNK View Post
    I just started The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress (Toothpaste).
    I just finished reading this Good book. Lots of good use of subtle humour.
    “Destroying things is much easier than making them.”-Suzanne Collins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kewii View Post
    I just finished reading this Good book. Lots of good use of subtle humour.
    I kept seeing the cover in her post and decided to pick it up because I liked it.

    I'm on chapter 18 right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNK View Post
    I just started The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress (Toothpaste).
    I reviewed it on my blog a few weeks back. I thought it was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juniper View Post
    Oh! This thread is here again. :-) I just finished The Bookseller , by Mark Pryor, aka MarkEsq.Really enjoyed it, liked the descriptions of Paris neighborhoods, liked how he interspersed bits of French in with it, will read the next one. I think it's a series, right Mark? I hope.
    Just saw this! Yes, next one comes out in May, I'm so glad you liked it.

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    I bought a Kindle Fire a few weeks back after I discovered e-reading using the Kindle App on my Iphone. I downloaded many classics, which I love.

    I also bought some of Stacia Kane's Downside Series, because I've been hearing great things about them. I just started reading Unholy Ghosts the other day and I can't put it down.

    Great writing, excellent characterization, and I never used to be scared of ghosts but I am now.

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    the duff and i love it so far!

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    Polenth Blake's Rainbow Lights.
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    Aaaaaand, I'm an idiot. xD
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    Interestingly enough, I just downloaded Blackhearted Betrayal by Kasey Mackenzie
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    I'm reading Jamie Mason's Three Graves Full. I don't even really read crime novels, but I saw her premise and couldn't resist!

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    ^^^excellent book. You won't be disappointed.
    Last edited by Chrissy; 03-14-2014 at 10:39 AM. Reason: Added non-AWer book I'm reading Oops

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