I don't read a lot but i'm a fiction and and more technical sci fi.
What I DO read a lot of are text books *sigh*
Does anybody here read? If so, what BOOKS do you read?
I for one love reading fantasy and nonfiction. My favorite books so far are the Dark Elf trilogy by RA Salvatore.
When you're caught between Good and Evil, Make them both suffer.
Been reading a lot lately! Recently finished last part of the Black Magician series in 4 days. Overall the trilogy was very good; the ending was..unexpected!
Finished reading Elizabeth & Mary, a cross biography of Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots, really fascinating.
Finished A Witch Alone, the prequal to Wild Witchcraft by Marian Green, won't interest anyone here but the visualisation practices were interesting even if some of her statements were questionable. Better than some that I've read anyway lol
Still reading Celtic Myths and Legends. Has absolutly NOTHING to do with my interest in the Mabaginion *cough*
I am currently reading a biography by William Morris, which is interesting. An artist, in his 20s who doesn't know what he wants to do with his life and changes his mind like the wind. Wow, I'm not the only one
Got some architecture books sitting on my book case waiting to be read too. I think my brain is craving for information since it is just rotting away at work (in a family clothes shop called Peacocks).
Harry Potter.... (Hold back the flames)
I like reading a lot of history, military books and sci-fi books.
Right now I´m reading a book that one of my uncles wrote, it is in spanish but the english name would be "The man who came from the south". It is a weird story a little hard to understand but it gets interesting once you undestand what is going on in the story.
Mostly books from the series Left Behind. Just picked them up at a book sale at my old school.
thanx for the sig KayJayFromAust
I read sometimes, but I mostly game. Video games when you think about it, are virtual books. they can give you a different and enjoyable perspective. But sometimes NOTHING can beat a good book. keyword, GOOD.