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    What genre do you prefer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriciafromCO View Post
    I have a 4th generation Kindle DX that has the voice to text on it.. so now Audible and Amazon are paired together where I can buy the e book then get the audible added... "decided to give it a try .. pretty cool you can read as they talk and it even turns the pages for you..

    How cool is that for like kids.....

    The Restorer (The Graveyard Queen) interesting story line for the character,, she grew up helping her Dad who was a graveyard restorer,, and since she was real little she could see ghost, and her father could to and when he realized his young daughter could see them too. He gave her some rules to follow to protect herself.... No spoilers here... it was keeping my attention until I fell asleep .. so will have to go back.. as it was still interesting when I woke up hearing what was going on...

    cool!

    this is why i love e-books. People recommend things and i forget by the time i get to the library. But i just looked up and borrowed the Restorer from my library

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin0624 View Post
    What genre do you prefer?


    I like mystery, science fiction, and fantasy (especially urban fantasy lately....but i'll read almost any fiction


    I read Mitchner's books years ago and liked them - his descriptions are great

    What do you like to read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin0624 View Post
    What genre do you prefer?
    sci-fi of all areas,, especially love paranormal and historical type events

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    Quote Originally Posted by CES View Post
    cool!

    this is why i love e-books. People recommend things and i forget by the time i get to the library. But i just looked up and borrowed the Restorer from my library

    cool Book club group...
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    I read pretty much everything except for the really sappy romances. My favorites are usually true crime, crime fiction, or memoirs. Right now, I'm reading: "The Damned Summer" by Scott Weaver. Book One of The Ruin Trilogy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin0624 View Post
    I read pretty much everything except for the really sappy romances. My favorites are usually true crime, crime fiction, or memoirs. Right now, I'm reading: "The Damned Summer" by Scott Weaver. Book One of The Ruin Trilogy

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    that looks interesting too

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    I love to read too, mostly dystopian genre, crime both fiction and non-fiction. also some ya because I read the books before pass off to my 13 yo to make sure I find appropriate(he reads a lot of sports stuff-fiction and non), and I actually enjoy many of his books. my kids are always snitching my kindle fire to play games, and toddler cracked the screen but still works) so I rarely have time to use that and have been reading non digital books
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    I like real books too, BBmom. And young adult fiction can be pretty good (and i have to admit that i read it sometimes since i don't have teenagers to give me an excuse )

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    I like historical, mysteries (but not with lots of blood and gore descriptions), a little sci-fi, some fantasy... One really good series which both myself and my DH really liked was the "Dragonriders of Pern" series by Anne McCaffrey. Very entertaining. It's been quite awhile since we read those - I may need to put them on the list to re-read.
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