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Stickman: Who Are You Reading?

Stickman: I would love to see a segment once a week or so about books and what the bloggers are reading. I think it would be very interesting. I take one whole day off a week and just spend it reading, all day. I know many these days have no time for anything, our society has become so fast paced, but reading is truly one of my favorite things to do. I try to stay away from t.v., and the best way is to read a good book. Lately I’ve read ‘Unbroken’, a great book, and ‘Escape from the land of Snows’. One of my favorites is the ‘The Book Thief’.I would love to see lists from some of our bloggers on their favorite books and the ones they are reading now. I think it would be an interesting thread.

DFO: I'm totally jealous of Stickman. A day spent a week reading a book? What a wonderful way to lead life. I recently downloaded "Les Miserables" on my Kindle. My wife just finished reading it again. And I'm about to dive in -- again (now that I've seen the musical and regularly listen to the sound track).

Question: What book are you now reading?



D.F. Oliveria
D.F. (Dave) Oliveria joined The Spokesman-Review in 1984. He currently is a columnist and compiles the Huckleberries Online blog and writes about North Idaho in his Huckleberries column.

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