|What books are you currently reading?
French (André Malraux and Charles de Gaulle's biographies), Italian (a Curzio Malaparte's novel), Catalonian (Mercé Rodoreda and Joan Perucho's short stories) and Dutch (Gerard Reve's novel DE AVONDEN) ones, since I want to understand more of these languages and learn them.
The Bible, Rules Of Engagement, & in the process of writing my own!
I am currently reading, "Fashion, Culture, and Identity" by the late sociologist Fred Davis.
Currently re-reading Children of the Alley by Naguib Mahfouz, The Rattle Bag - a selection of poems, and several miscellaneous books on drama and improvisation.
The Paper Garden by Molly Peacock published by McLelland & Stewart.
This is the true story of a woman artist who at the age of 72 started to make intricate paper replicas of flowers and worked her cuttings to such a fine degree that they are on display in the British Museum today http://bit.ly/gHCbkc She started this work at the age of 72. Her name was Mary Delaney and she lived from 1700-1788.
Young Avengers by Allan Heinberg
31 Bond Street & Jay-Z's Decoded
The hunger games, by Suzanne Collins
I'm giving Paradise Lost, by Milton, a go, but it's not something I can read for hours on end; just a few pages, now and then
And today I'm expecting City of Fallen Angels in my letter box, which will mean the house could as well catch fire for the next couple of days.
Read a lot. just a few I'm reading now. Creating Your Personal Life Plan by Michael Hyatt. Chasing Daylight by Erwin McManus, Secrets of the Millionare Mind by T. Harv Ecker. Check out my blog on "10 Books You Should Read in Your Lifetime" http://www.troymarshall.org/blog/
The Stuff of nightmares-Malorie Blackman.
Edgard Allan Poe's short stories
"Maneki Neko, Japan's beckoning cats: from Talisman to Pop Icon" by Alan Scott Pate (Mingei Museum 2011)
"Cities of the Red Night" William Seward Burroughs
last book i recently read...was a re-read of The Wizards First Rule from The Sword of Truth Series by Terry Goodkind...I'm currently writing a book...
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