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Charlotte on 8/19/2011 6:51:12 AM

I have been reading novels since the age of five. I love reading.

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I love reading, its just my way of escaping my family. they also give me a scope on life.

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GLFD. on 2/18/2011 12:28:13 PM

I love books and admit that I collect them endlessly...although, I find that as life wears on, I too am only too short of time and must be selective. I don't want to miss a great read, yet, so many books today are drivel - especially those under the bloody modern idea of "self help". (Get a Bible!) As to other genres, I have found that those with wisdom, wit and intellect are the best for the mind...and the soul. You cannot beat classical literature, a good mystery, or a Victorian classic to woo the muse of one's imagination.

Linda on 4/20/2011 5:21:42 PM

I seem to go through phases. Months of mysteries, then ages of archaeology... with only occasional oddities thrown in to cleanse my palate. I don't particularly care for romances unless they are memoirs, and I don't read vampires except the original Dracula (and then histories of the myth), and not much science fiction. Otherwise...bring it on!