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Username: Troy

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Registered: 01-2004

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Posted on Wednesday, February 04, 2009 - 08:26 pm:   

I just finished The Last Prejudice by David Rivera - a good read. A novel about big girls, Has a bunch of wild stories (http://aalbc.com/authors/david_rivera.htm). The book drops next month.

Currently, I'm on a Paulo Coehlo (http://aalbc.com/authors/paulo_coelho.htm) kick. I just finished The Alchemist a wonderful, spiritual, novel. You feel like a better person after reading it. I just started Coehlo's Eleven Minutes. Rarely (if ever) do a follow up a book with another book by the same author. Some say Eleven Minutes is as good as <b>The Alchemist</i> (some say better), so I'm looking forward to this read.

Next up is Lisa Nichols' (http://aalbc.com/authors/lisa_nichols.htm) No Matter What!: 9 Steps to Living the Life You Love. This looks like it may be a really big book from Hachette. It pubs April 13, 2009. I'm actually reading this book in preparation for a book club meeting in April.

BTW, and you are hearing it here for the first time, AALBC.com is giving advance reading copies of book to book clubs. Visit http://fun.aalbc.com/book_club_contests.htm for more information.

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