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My Favorite Books...
Here you will find a list of books I have read and books I like a lot. You may like to read them too, you may not, but you get a better insight into what makes me tick. Although you will will be hard pressed to find what makes me tick by reading a few web site pages and the books I have read. Ask my wife, she still has no clue, and my parents and other family you ask? They gave up years ago! And yes, the books are always better than the movies!
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Books I have read or listened to on my iPod . . .
By Stephen King: Firestarter, The Dead Zone, Dream Catcher, The Green Mile, On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft, Cell, Riding the Bullet, IT, The Shawshank Redemption (really called Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption), The Dark Halk, Bag of Bones, The Dark Tower Series (which include The Gun Slinger, Drawing of the Three, Waist Lands, Wizzard and Glass, Wolves of the Calla, Song of Susannah, and the final later this month titled The Dark Tower,) Desperation, The Regulators, The Stand, Everything's Eventual, Hearts in Atlantis, Insomnia, Geralds Game, Misery, Different Seasons, Skeleton Crew, The Talisman, Needful Things, Rage, The Long Walk, Night Shift, The Running Man, Thinner, My Pretty Pony, Dolan's Cadillac, From a Buick 8, Four Past Midnight, Nightmares and Dreamscapes, Dolores Claiborne, Rose Madder, Umney's Last Case, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, Hearts In Atlantis, Blood and Smoke,
Secret Window - Secret Garden, Black House, The End of the Whole Mess, Suffer the Little Children, The Night Flier, Popsy, It Grows on You, Chattery Teeth, Dedication, The Moving Finger, Sneakers, You Know They've Got a Hell of a Band, Home Delivery, Rainy Season, Sorry, Right Number, The Ten O'clock People, Crouch End, The House on Maple Street, The Fifth Quarter, The Doctor's Case, Head Down, Brooklyn August, The Jaunt, MRS. Todd's Short Cut, Rage and Little Sisters of Eluria.

I am right now (April of 2005) listening to a Carl Sagan book, Pale Blue Dot, he is a famous astronomer who died in 1996 (he wrote Cosmos and the book for the famous movie Contact) and is very interesting about the Earth, asteroids, the surrounding planets, space, the ozone, what may happen to us and exploring the solar system in layman's terms so even I can understand it! ;-) It also talks about how a new born has a 1 in 2,000 chance of being on the planet when a catastrophic asteroid hits, (flying and crashing in an airplane is a 1 in 2 million chance in case you were wondering,) and how scientists in the year 2005 will have a complete list of all asteroids larger than 1 KM in size and could impact the earth and possibly cause genocide of the human race. To me it is very interesting. I am almost done with that book and have to move to another, not sure which yet but will let all of you know. Just before I took on the longest books ever, the trilogy Lord of the Rings and was very good, and a bit different from the movies, and very long, but a good read. I'd suggest it to anyone.

September 2005 I finished a book by Michael Crichton on government conspiracy's and global warming called State of Fear, and although fictional it makes you think. Look it up, it was a good read.

More to come when I can go through my books. OK, it is November 3rd, 2006 - I have not added updates to this in a long time. I have been listening to Pod Cast's more than books as of late, but need to get back to it as I love books. So one of my favorite (because it is fun, fantasy and makes me feel like a kid) is the Harry Potter series. Wow, that is fun. Give them all a try if you have not. I am going to buy Stephen Kings new one called Lisey's Story. A love story! By King!! We shall see....very interesting. Thinking about joining and downloading it for free. Would be good for me since I like audio Books to listen on my iPod and Treo 650. ;-) More soon.
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