Fox4aKnight1 44F
1176 posts
4/28/2006 7:33 pm

Last Read:
5/1/2006 9:36 pm


here are some authors that I read....not all the time but they are some of what I have read. If you have some to suggest in the Sci-fi/Fantasy/horror Genere I will be glad to look into them if I can.

Books I Have read

Adams, Douglas
Alshin, Ellaine M.
Anderson, Poul
Anthony, Piers
Anvil, Christopher
Asimov, Izaac
Asprin, Robert
Auel, Jean M.
Axler, James

Ball, Margaret
Baudino, Gael
Baxter, Stephen
Bear, Greg
Benford, Gregory
Bishop, Anne
Bova, Ben
Boyer, Elizabeth
Bradley, Marion Zimmer
Briggs, Patricia
Brooks, Terry
Bujold, Lois McMaster
Burroughs, Edger Rice
Butler, Octavia

Card, Orson Scott
Carey, Jaqueline
Carver, Jeffery
Chalker, jack
Cherryh, c j
Clancy, tom
Clarke, Arthur c.
Cole, allen ‒ bunch, chris
Cook, glen
Cook, rick
Cook, robin
Cooper, louise
Crichton, micheal

Dick, phillip
Dickson, Gordon
Doohan, james ‒ stirling, s m
Douglass, sara
Drake, david
Drake, Shannon
Duane, diane
Durgin, doranna

Easton, tom
Eddings, david
Edgehill, rosemary
Elliot, kate
Evans, Linda

Fancher, jane
Farland, david
Feintuch, david
Feist, Raymond e
Flint, eric
Foster, alan dean
Freer, david
Friedman, c s
Frienser, esther
Furey magie

Gardland, mark
Gemell, david
Godwin, tom
Goodkind, terry
Green, Sharon
Green, simon r
Grisham, john

Hambly, Barbra
Hamilton, laurel
Hardy, lyndon
Harper, tara k
Harrison, kim
Haydon, elizibeth
Heinlen, Robert a
Herbert, frank
Hobb, robin
Hubbard, ron l
Huff, Tanya

Jones, j v
Jordan, Robert

elysianpleasure 48M

4/28/2006 9:23 pm

Wow... that is a list... how do you find time with the blog? I listen to Audiobooks... don't have the attention to read... but I love to listen. Can I have you 5 top recommendations for a great read?

Fox4aKnight1 replies on 4/28/2006 11:50 pm:
Top 5 are.......

David Drakes "An Oblique Approach" Alternate History

David Weber's "On Basilisk Station" Military Sci-fi

Patircia Briggs "When Demons Walk" Fantasy/Magic

Greg Bear "Darwins Radio" Contemporary Fiction, Science

Laurell K. Hamilton's "Guilty Pleasures" Horror/Erotic, Mild

All of these books I have named are the start of series that you might like. And I devour books like most people watch TV. Sometimes its easier for me to read a book than it is to watch TV. I certianly retain more. My memory isn't so good with the spoken word though. Dunno whay. *shrug* :>

NGs_lady 65F
762 posts
5/1/2006 9:26 am

How about Nora Roberts or J D Robb. They are the same person but different stiles of books.

Just a thought.

NGs_lady/Lady Stee

Fox4aKnight1 replies on 5/1/2006 9:32 pm:
I think i read Roberts ...yanno I need to finish the list ....will look into the other one thogh ....thank you hugsssssssssssss

rm_witcheekim 42F
1 post
5/1/2006 8:23 pm

My darlin FOXY....Miss ya girlie ...Christine Feehan is absolutely wonderful. She is great at the sex scenes. So they just add to the shapeshifters or vamps which ever way who wanna go. Enjoy them they are yummy mmmmmmmmmmmmwitcheekimwitcheekim

Fox4aKnight1 replies on 5/1/2006 9:31 pm:
Okies I will look into thoise books .... ....damn sound good .....hope its like a mix of new and old Anita blake

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