Man this needs to be updated, hopefully soon

Some Authors I Like: (at least one of their books!)

  1. Ira Levin
  2. Tess Gerritsen
  3. Lisa Gardner
  4. Yasmine Galenorn
  5. Linwood Barclay
  6. Jeffery Deaver
  7. Carlene Thompson
  8. Robin Cook
  9. Tim Waggoner
  10. Bentley Little
  11. Phillipa Gregory
  12. Rosalind Laker
  13. Ray Garton
  14. Donna Boyd
  15. Christopher Pike
  16. Terry Goodkind
  17. John Steinbeck
  18. Jack L. Chalker
  19. Dan Brown
  20. John Steinbeck
  21. Douglas Preston
  22. Lincoln Child
  23. George R.R. Martin
  24. John C. Wright
  25. Jeffery A. Carver
  26. Wen Spencer

 Websites I like to frequent:

  1. Facebook
  2. Twitter
  3. Amazon
  4. Netflix
  5. Goodreads
  6. YouTube
  7. Tumblr
  8. Deviant Art
  9. Big Fish Games
  10. Spotify
  11. WordPress
  12. Google Play (for my music library)
  13. Pinterest

Some movies I like:

  1. Terminator 2
  2. A Little Princess (90’s version)
  3. Total Recall
  4. Poltergeist
  5. Psycho 2
  6. Donnie Darko
  7. Heathers
  8. The Conjuring

Some stuff I’m addicted to:

  1. Lifesaver Wintergreen mints
  2. Iced tea
  3. Radishes
  4. chocolate
  5. Reading
  6. Various Nintendo games (currently Etrian Odyssey  for Nintendo DS)
  7. Twitter

Books I recommend:

This Perfect Day by Ira Levin. Genre: Dystopia. This is my favorite book of all time. I’ve read it over and over. I wish I could find another book I enjoy as much as this one.

The Giver by Lois Lowry. Genre: Dystopia. My second favorite dystopia book. This is the only book I’ve read all the way through without putting it down to do ANYTHING. It was that good.

The Pendergast Series by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Genre: Thriller. This series starts with Relic. My favorites of the series would be The Cabinet of Curiosities, Brimstone, and Still Life With Crows. Pendergast is a wonderful character, and most of the novels are rich with researched detail accompanying a thrilling mystery.

The Ignored by Bentley Little. Genre: Horror. This book isn’t that scary, but I felt it was very original. I’ve never read a story like it. About a guy who is always ignored, then finds a community of people that are ignored…really interesting & different.

A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin. Genre: Fantasy-ish. This book is vividly and richly described and has an interesting story and characters. A great read, but unfortunately I couldn’t get into the second book of the series. That one just wasn’t keeping my interest.

First Wizard’s Rule by Terry Goodkind. Genre: Fantasy. This was a really good fantasy book, interesting story and characters, has a good TV series based on it (Legend of the Seeker). However the next couple of books aren’t that great unfortunately.

To Dance With Kings by Rosalind Laker. Genre: Historical fiction. A saga that follows a family line near Versailles, France. Covers the reign of Kings Louis’ XIV, XV & XVI. Interesting all the way through and even touches on Marie Antoinette. I learned a lot about French history through this book.

Just about anything by Christopher Pike. One of the most entertaining authors ever. He mostly wrote teen novels in the 80’s, but even so, they are fun reads. Genre is usually horror. He has some adult novels as well, I really liked Blind Mirror, The Cold One, and Falling. BTW Falling was probably the fastest paced book I ever read, really hard to put down.

The DaVinci Code and Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. Genre: Thriller. Both were really good, well researched and thrilling in a hard-to-put-down way. The movies were NOT good. Read the books.

More stuff later.




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