What is on your 'current' reading list?

by AK - Jeff 53 Replies latest jw experiences

  • serendipity

    Including the WTS publications? Ok, I'll spare you that.

    Walking the Bible - Journey through the 5 books of Moses: Bruce Feiler


    The Edge Effect - Achieve Total Health and Longevity with the Balanced Brain Advantage- Eric Braverman


    Connecting through Creativity - Elizabeth Bergman


    Sex, Drugs & Cocoa Puffs


    Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

    Travel Memoirs on France and China

    Many magazines.

    I love reading! At last count I have 700 books filling 4 bookcases 3'X7'.

  • HappyDad

    Tonight at Barnes and Noble I bought "My Friend Leonard." The follow up book to "A Million Little Pieces" by James Frey.

    Fantastic....can't put it down reading.


  • stillAwitness

    The Diary of Anne Frank (can never get enough of that girl!)

    Latest issue of Vogue magazine.

  • GentlyFeral


    A Breath of Snow and Ashes
    Anyone with interest in historical fiction should find the series very addicting.

    How does it compare with Dorothy Dunnett's Lymond Chronicles series? I've just started the 2nd volume, Queen's Play, again. Read the series for the first time about 25 years ago, when they were already about 20 years old.

    I'm also reading Hippie, by Barry Miles. Did you know that Lenny Bruce used to be Wavy Gravy's manager?


  • evita

    Stop Negotiating With Your Teen - Janet Edgette
    Take Big Bites - Linda Ellerbee
    Don't Let's Go To The Dogs Tonight - Alexandra Fuller
    Positive Energy - Judith Orloff
    The Jewish Holiday Cookbook - Joan Nathan

    I have all these going at the same time because they're easy and fun reads.

  • CountryGuy

    I've started re-reading the Harry Potter books. Right now I'm on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, by J.K. Rowling. (Movie was good, but the book is better!)


  • weeble

    "Toxic Parents: Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and
    Reclaiming Your Life" by Susan Forward, Ph.D.

    "Don't Sweat The Small Stuff
    With Your Family" by Dr. Richard Carlson, Ph.D.

  • Evanescence

    Well eversince its the school holidays, I grabbed some books from the library....

    -The complete Idiots guide to Psychology

    -The book of dreaming- Sally Gillespie

    -A Witches book of dreams -Karri Allrich

    (yeah I find dreams interesting)

    And there are internet sites I am reading through...

    But right now my main study of interest is Psychology


  • eyeslice

    I'll follow Littetoe's lead. Here are a few the books a currently surrounded by:


    • Emphatic Diaglott
    • Moor's Last Sigh
    • Satanic Verses
    • The Invisibles (story of Eunuchs in India)
    • Pilgrim's Progress

    • Pure Javascript
    • Core JSP
    • Struts Pocket Reference
    • Pure Java
    • John Volume 1 (by William Barclay)
    • Ravi Shankar (autobiography)

    Shelf in Study
    • How to Find God (Deepak Chopra)
    • The Alchemist (Paulo Coelho)
    • The Diary of Anna Frank
    • Great Expectations (Dickens)
    • City of Djinns (William Dalrymple)
    • Emma (Jane Austin)


    PS I love C S Lewis' Mere Christianity though I gave my copy away.
  • rick1199

    If any one likes fantasy I can't recommend 'A Song of Ice and Fire' by George R.R. Martin enough. I am just about to finish the 3rd volume and its great. One of the few books I have read where I believe any character could die and any thing could happen.

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