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Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs was pretty good.  Not his best writing, but I enjoyed it.

I'm now reading Full Moon - Book 2 of the Dresden Files (ISBN: 0-451-45812-5).  So far it's good.  I really enjoyed the first book, and this is a good second book.

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1 hour ago, Timberwolf said:

Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs was pretty good.  Not his best writing, but I enjoyed it.

I'm now reading Full Moon - Book 2 of the Dresden Files (ISBN: 0-451-45812-5).  So far it's good.  I really enjoyed the first book, and this is a good second book.

I've read the Dresden Files, and really enjoyed them.   Just wish the next one was out already.

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21 hours ago, Timberwolf said:

@Forest Mage, do you mean the Brief Cases (12 short stories)?  That comes out on June 5.  

No, I'm talking about Peace Talks, which will be book 16 in the series.

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I rely more on an authors main website than, the wikipedia.  Some times wiki isn't up to date on things.

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Hold Me Tight (Johnson)
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work (Gottman)

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10 hours ago, fox said:

Hold Me Tight (Johnson)
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work (Gottman)

After a conversation earlier I am reading 'Domination and Submission: The BDSM relationship handbook' which is very similar to the journey you are on maybe ;)

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On 6/23/2018 at 5:59 AM, hirondelle said:

After a conversation earlier I am reading 'Domination and Submission: The BDSM relationship handbook' which is very similar to the journey you are on maybe ;)

Legit loling. 🤣 Because TR00!

...and also I just picked up the first Harry Dresden book to read for the (I think) third time. Because I NEED FICTION NAO.

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On 6/23/2018 at 7:59 PM, hirondelle said:

After a conversation earlier I am reading 'Domination and Submission: The BDSM relationship handbook' which is very similar to the journey you are on maybe ;)

I'm also reading this book.  It's really good so far!

I'm also reading Here Be Dragons.  I'm liking it a lot.

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Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark: The West VS the rest since Confederation by Mary Janigan

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A guy I play hockey with asked if I liked this author, Allen Eskens, who happens to be from Minnesota.  He read a book, and brought it to a game for me to read as well.  So far, I'm only a few chapters in, but it's pretty good.  Set in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, so it brings back lots of memories.  I'm really enjoying it.

 

The Life We Bury - Allen Eskens - ISBN:978-1-61614-998-7

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1 hour ago, hirondelle said:

More Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory

By Eve Rickert

I just really love the title of this book.

AND. I'm dying at our side by side right now. That's some funny shit, right there.

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3 hours ago, fox said:

I just really love the title of this book.

AND. I'm dying at our side by side right now. That's some funny shit, right there.

Right it's like we are on the same journey in the same boat but looking out of difference windows. I'm like "ooohhh fishes" and you are "OMFG ROCKS". 😍❤️

Not saying I'm looking through the 'right window' or anything... The fish probably have poison barbs, because LIFE FFS 😉

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