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Nearest book
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Look around where you are sitting and share a photo of the book that is nearest to you / the first book you put your hands on. Why is that particular book in your space at the moment?


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The nearest one I can see from here is a big volume of Grimm's Fairy Tales. My husband has been reading it to our daughter.
The nearest book to me was the one in the photo - Bridge of Souls by Fiona McIntosh. the reason it was on my desk was because a child had removed it from the bookcase and given it to me and I hadn't yet got around to putting it back on the shelf. The other book on my desk is "Forever Odd" by Dean Koontz...I'm still working on a book review!
The Fairest One of All: The Making of Snow White
The Fairest One of All: The Making of Snow White. It is a big book next to my bed that I am slowly reading through in the evening.
Cradled under my arm while I wait for my morning coffee is 'Plato at the googleplex'.
by Ben
I've loved this series from book 1. This is the final one (apparently!) #12. I prefer young adult and teen fiction for a light, relaxing read.
I've loved this series from book 1. This is the final one (apparently!) #12. I prefer young adult and teen fiction for a light, relaxing read.
The Brewer's Tale by Karen Brooks. My niece gave it to me for Christmas.It's next on my to read list. I am currently reading The Kite Runner on Kindle.
I am currently reading The Bone Yard by Jefferson Bass. The author has several novels in this series (A Body Farm novel) so I am set for a while!
'Ice, Mud & Blood', written by a geologist, about climate change from geologic perspective.

'Mayday' about Qantas' financial woes of past few years'.
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'The Murder of Alison Baden-Clay', self explanatory.

It's not unusual for me to have 3 or more books on the go at once!
The Continuum Concept: In Search of Happiness Lost by Jean Liedloff.

I want to review it.
The Girl On The Train.
It's taking awhile to get through it!
The 1 closest to me, on the top of a pile of books (on the floor) to read, is, 4th of July, by James Patterson with Maxine Paetro.. He's my favourite author,so I have a few of his books waiting to be read. I only buy the books from op-shops, then I pass them onto another James Patterson fan!
by Miro
I just found this question again, at 1.09m, Father's Day, & the book closest to me, (besides my notebooks) is a little Penguin book, & inside the 1st page, it reads:
Poppy Z. Brite. 'His Mouth will Taste of Wormwood and other stories' (only 3 other stories actually.) The book was where it was because I'd found it in the lounge room on a armchair, & I bought into my bedroom, & throw it down, near my bed!
by Miro
I have several crafting books near me at the moment. I just borrowed them from the library and they cover cute needle-felting designs- a craft that I have only recently begun to do.
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