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TasiWin
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flaming_quills wrote:
30 Apr 2019, 10:51
Haruki Murakami. I just recently discovered him and I have a long list of all his works that I plan to read before the year is up. I'm not sure whether I'll finish but from what I've read so far, he's a really good writer.
what are some of his best work by him? I would love to compare lists

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Lauraf101 wrote:
07 Sep 2016, 03:04
I love to search library book sales, garage sales, used bookstores and thrift stores for books to add to my collection. I prefer used books over new books. It's something about the smell! I have been collecting books for over ten years now, ever since I was 17 years old and got my first apartment. There are quite a few authors I am well on my way to owning the complete set of their books: VC Andrews, John Grisham, Patricia Cornwell, Iris Johansen, John Sandford and Danielle Steel. Those are the ones I have been collecting for over ten years now. My teenage stepkids have recently introduced me to dystopian novels. So now I have started collecting JK Rowling, Richelle Mead, Veronica Roth and Karly Kirkpatrick.

A few years back I binged on Danielle Stele but I moved to another author and haven't gone back. Just eecently got introduced to J.K Rowling

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TasiWin wrote:
13 Jul 2020, 18:44
Lauraf101 wrote:
07 Sep 2016, 03:04
I love to search library book sales, garage sales, used bookstores and thrift stores for books to add to my collection. I prefer used books over new books. It's something about the smell! I have been collecting books for over ten years now, ever since I was 17 years old and got my first apartment. There are quite a few authors I am well on my way to owning the complete set of their books: VC Andrews, John Grisham, Patricia Cornwell, Iris Johansen, John Sandford and Danielle Steel. Those are the ones I have been collecting for over ten years now. My teenage stepkids have recently introduced me to dystopian novels. So now I have started collecting JK Rowling, Richelle Mead, Veronica Roth and Karly Kirkpatrick.

A few years back I binged on Danielle Stele but I moved to another author and haven't gone back. Just eecently got introduced to J.K Rowling
Steel*
recently*

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aSquared wrote:
16 Dec 2014, 11:43
Which author do you plan on reading everything they have ever written?
Right now I am on JK Rowling's secret recipe

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Sarita Everson wrote:
16 Dec 2014, 12:44
I have a serious problem with this. I think I have some kind of book disease. I actually have lists and every author that I start I read all their books good, bad and and the ugly. Favourites so far.
Maya Banks
Kresley Cole
Gena Showalter
Alyssa Day
Larissa Ione
Lara Adrian also write as G.A.Aiken/Tina St. John
D.B. Reynolds
Nalini Singh
Lora Leigh
Shelley Laurenston
Cherise Sinclaire

I have alot more but still busy working through them.
Oh my! You just reminded me I'm completed all of Lora Leigh and Maya Banks' works

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