You need this in your library!


This is where you recommend one book as you drop by, old, recent, middle aged – it doesn’t matter. All that’s needed is a title, nothing more nothing less. Think of it as the old oak tree of the blogosphere on which instead of carving your name you leave a book to read.

To kick start this:

I recommend: ‘Rashomon’

Kitsellete recommends: Half-Blood Blues

Cody McCullough recommends: Old Ways – A Journey on Foot

fortytwo6x7 recommends: Art of War

Elisabeth recommends: Sunbolt

marta87wink recommends: The Ghost (R. Harris)

namelessneed recommends: The Flame Alphabet

hopie76 recommends: The Artist’s Way

rod recommends: Look at Me

16 thoughts on “You need this in your library!

  1. The Rose Alchemist January 21, 2016 — 6:56 AM

    Framed by Malcom Rose. It’s an exciting crime-thriller-mystery novel based in the future, and is part of the “Traced” series ^_^

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  2. Look at Me – Jennifer Egan


  3. “The Artist’s Way”


  4. “The Flame Alphabet” by Ben Marcus, moved me (not in a ‘story of passion’ fashion), disturbed me
    (not in a ‘Way too true, so You watch out & you just wait” kinda threat), & impressed me (I love it when contemporary literature, film, or music Surprises me. Some passages here, made me go
    “Really? That good?” & Go back and reread ’em. A pretty good read. (& Reread).


    1. That sounds fascinating. Another tremendous suggestion.


  5. The Ghost by Robert Harris.


    1. That’s a great mix of books. I’ll keep an eye out for them.


  6. Sunbolt/ by Intisar Khanani. (Not published yet, but it’s awesome.)


    1. not published? Did you steal it? 🙂


      1. Nah. Though I think it’s worth stealing! LOL. I was a beta-reader for the author. =)


  7. The Art of War, Sun Tzu, something everyone should read…….


  8. Cody McCullough May 4, 2013 — 7:46 PM

    The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot


    1. Glad you dropped by. The book sounds intriguing, I love travel and good travel books are always nice to come by.


    1. I’ll check that out – sounds compelling, and the jazz theme is right up my alleyway.


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