I need book suggestions. Please help.

I’m needing some suggestions on what to read. I’m looking around my house at my bookshelves and am realizing that I don’t feel like reading any of those books yet. I am currently in the process of reading two books 1) Woman’s Inhumanity to Woman by Phyliss Chesler and 2) Off the Record by Elizabeth White.

My tastes in books are rather unusual…I tend to read just about anything as long as it keeps my interest. I usually read the classics, with some chick-lit when I don’t want to think. I also tend to read non-fiction on whatever subject strikes my fancy at the time or if I’m doing research on whatever topic is of interest at the time. Lately I have been reading Christian Fiction and blogging about it. I like to read young adult and children’s books also.

So anyway I was wondering what you, my readers, have to suggest for me to read. I’m running out of books and need help. Let me rephrase that…I’m running out of books that I feel like reading at the moment and need help. I don’t think I will ever run out of books because I keep buying more and haven’t read all that I already own.

So dear, dear readers…help me. Help me find some books to read. All suggestions are most welcome.

Also don’t forget about my book giveaway that ends Friday at midnight, October 12. I am giving away a copy of Demon: A Memoir by Tosca Lee. You can read about the author and the first chapter of Demon on my Feature Authors page. Saturday morning I will randomly draw a winner. This contest is open to those with a U.S. address only.


4 responses to “I need book suggestions. Please help.

  1. you might try

    Cryptonomicon, by Neal Stephenson

    The Bromeliad Trilogy, by Terry Pratchett

    Watership Down, by Richard Adams

    Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card

    A Game of Thrones, by George R. R. Martin

    The Forever War, by Joe Haldeman

    Neuromancer, by William Gibson

    Burning Chrome, by William Gibson

    There’s many more, but it’s bedtime…

  2. I looked up ideas for you:
    1. Cokie Roberts-Founding Mothers
    2. Harriet G. Lerner-The Dance of Deception( also The Dance of Anger)
    3. Louise Brown-The Dancing Girls of Lahore
    4. Christopher De Bellaigue-In the Rose garden of the Martyrs: A Memoir of Iran

  3. Expecting Adam by Martha Beck

    Hi, Tab! I have heard this is a good book. I just checked it out from the library. Haven’t gotten to start reading it yet (kids keep things busy, don’t they?). It is about a couple who find out their baby will have Down Syndrome. I’m sure it is a tear-jerker. –Paulette

  4. 1. Louise Brown – The Dancing Girls of Lahore
    2. Jim Harrison – The Road Home
    3. Michael Dolan – WALDEN

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