What book are you currently reading?


(Kay baker) #81

thanks Bondy will try…


#82

If it doesn’t work, you can go back and edit by using the pencil symbol at the bottom. It needs a few seconds to upload, it creates a file/code which becomes the photo when you post.


(Kay baker) #83

Bondy I am now on my iphone. I have found the post but dont understand what is seventh from left???
I also have a laptop, ehich is better to use??


#84

Oh, find the “What did you take a photo of today” thread, post a picture of real rain?


#85

I’m using my iPad, oh - there is an upload button at the bottom of the file upload window. Just choose from photo library.

You won’t break anything, you can edit AND delete a post. Try, try again.

And you can edit if you forget to say something important like open a new post. Or your spelling is at head slapping level :woman_facepalming:


(Kay baker) #86

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(Kay baker) #87

I only read Biographies or anything on health and medicine. I guess its my inquisitive nature wanting facts and figures. Have just started “fragile Lives” looks very interesting.


(Kay baker) #88

Thanks so much Bondy…got it yaaaay.


#89

I’m also a fan of audiobooks. But I sometimes get the kindle and Audiobook together if it’s really good (and the audio add-on is cheap) because stuff still needs to get done, and there are times where I spend a lot of time driving. And thru iMagic, the two versions sync…


(Allie) #90

I just started on this. Not my usual choice for sure, but thinking of the future…


#91

I felt like exercising my brain this afternoon (rare for a Saturday, let me tell you), so I sat down and read almost all of this in one hit:

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Very interesting! And reinforcing so much of what I know I should be doing, but have been very slack about lately… :disappointed:


(Allie) #92

I’ve read this one, well partly. It got way too sciency for my liking after the first few chapters and I had already got all the info I wanted at that point.


#93

It gets less sciencey and more practical in the later chapters! :slight_smile:


(Laurie) #94

ParisEnigma
Not bad. It’s set in 1889, and the style resembles that of books written then. As I mentioned before, I like to read mysteries by foreign authors because they’re different; this author is Argentinian.


#95

I’d read it for the cover design alone!


(Allie) #96

I will admit, I’m my early morning and it’s still dark outside mental state, to initially misreading that title… :joy:


#97

Well, it’s plural - two stacks on an endtable.

The last month I’ve been in a brainy phase, no fiction - just enjoying studying chess and doing chess puzzles, while also being thrilled to start reading Michelle Obama’s memoir, and enjoying the little book of philosophical aphorisms by Nassim Nicholas Taleb.

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chess

Fiction awaits though… Circe by Madeline Miller!


(Kay baker) #98

I love watching Nina Teicholz on Yutube. One smart
interesting lady.


(Doug) #99

Kay, that reminded me of

I read this almost 30 years ago, but it made an impression. A good look at the brain and how devastating some conditions can be; neurosurgery, and struggling against the medical status quo.


(#inforthelonghaul, KCKO, KCFO) #100

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