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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. (-:

Nobody here ever reads my book. )-:
 

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

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!

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. :D
 

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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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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).
 

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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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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. :D
 

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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.

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. :D
 

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Polenth Blake's Rainbow Lights.
 

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^^^excellent book. You won't be disappointed.
 
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