Books

I must first confess that I have not been an avid reader throughout my life. However, in the past few years I have begun to read considerably more. I had always associated book writing with the folks who like to read them. Now, I find that I have written one and I am well into the writing of a second; what's next? The second manuscript has been so much more of an easier write; having already made ever mistake possible in the first endeavor!

 

In regards to favorite books; well, lets see, not having read the likes of the Library of Congress, I will have to give this some thought. The following books come to mind as far as having left a lasting impression.



 

Stranger in a Strange Land

by Robert A. Heinlein

 

Papilon

by Henri Charrière

 

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

by Ken Kesey

 

Slaughterhouse-Five

by Kurt Vonnegut

 

Soul on Ice

by Eldridge Cleaver.

 

Paradise Lost

by John Milton

 

And lastly my own composition:

 

Degar: The Life and Times of an
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Degar: The Life and Times of an "Odd Duck" Vol. 1 Book 1 (11/3/2011)





 

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