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October 01, 2008

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Samantha Stobbe

My mom and I are working on our list so we can swap. Jodi Picoult is a fabulous writer but a little deep. You can't go wrong with Nora Roberts. I'm debating Kite Runner but I'm not sure yet.

Charlene Austin (Willow01)

Read??? Nichole, I haven't read a book in the 2 years since I discovered papercrafting and started making cards. I don't know if I will remember how to sit and read a book~~~LOL~~~but I sure plan on trying. Oh I do miss reading.

Janislu

I love to read!!! Nichole the two books about Nantucket are something I would enjoy. I too have been to and fell in love with Nantucket. I personally love mysteries. I read Laura Childs (scrapbook mystery and tea shoppe mystery). In the past three months I have also read "A Page Out of Life" and "Paris Match" by Kathleen Reid, local author from Richmond, Virginia. Very good read.
Another author I enjoy is Beverly Clark who writes about the Amish. One of my favorite books is "Williamsburg's Nicholson Street" a novel by M. G. McManus in May 1986. The book makes you feel like you are present during 18th century Williamsburg. Yes, I love to read and try to as much as I can.

SusanB

For a beach read in the light mystery genre: Anything by Elaine Viets or Janet Evanovich.
For a romance beach read: I'm blanking on her name (starts with a J?) but the series of books with the Bridgerton family.

I do read books for weight - but the beach is for fluff! Yeah lightweights!

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