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    the nanny diaries was funny but also had me bawling. i'm a sucker for anything that makes me laugh AND cry.

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    splatty, you're my type of gal! Glad to see you in the AI forum! to the FORT!
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    Books

    Most recent (good) books: "The Red Tent" by Anita Diamant and "Fall on Your Knees" by Anne-Marie MacDonald.

    All time faves: "Jane Eyre", "Lonesome Dove" by Larry Mc Murtry and "The Stand" by Stephen King
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    The last book I read was The Lovely Bones. I thought it was great.
    My all time favorite book is The Giver. I read it back in high school. couldn't put it down.
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    greenflute - thanks for the welcome. you saw me in the ai forum? what was i doing there!?

    btw, i'm sure this has been covered before but since i'm new, why aren't you a fish?

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    This is a wonderful, informative thread. And now with beach season among us, I'm ready for some new suggestions!
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    I just read "Confessions of a Shopaholic" by Sophie Kinsella. It's definitely a good beach read. A lot like Bridget Jones's Diary.
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    Thanks GF! I haven't read BJD yet, but I need to.
    "They can only edit what you give them. They cannot manufacture a fictional character out of thin air." (Bill Rancic - 4/04)
    Regarding editing reality TV: "You can't edit IN a bad personality." ("Cali"-11/02)
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    I also read Stephen King's The Stand. Good book, but horrible, sucky, bland, poo-poo movie with good actors.

    Current Dean Koontz book I'm reading is Dragon Tears.

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    Well this isn't a novel but, most recent book and I love it.

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    Very good.
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