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Reading Clapton's autobiography. About to start the chapter known as Cream (chapter 5 if anything) and this is probably gonna be the first book that I've read from start to end (might finish it before weekend is over more than likely) in several years.

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I just finished Somebody To Love?: A Rock N Roll Memior by Grace Slick. It's a great book, if you ever get the chance to get this book get it. It's really interesting and funny. I was laughing out loud when reading this book.

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The New York Times

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Right now I'm re-reading Bebe Buell's autobiography 'Rebel Heart'. Some interesting stories, but some moments where you just want to :rolleyes::wacko: at her.

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moaning at midnight: the life and times of howling wolf

james seagress and mark hoffman.

my second read of this killer blues bio. wolf is one of my favorite vocalists and i loved this book the first time i read it.

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I had to stop reading "O L Companion" because a fax just came thru.....bloody work I guess!!!

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Do you think Stoker tips his hat to Le Fanu in Dracula's Guest....?

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I'm at page 1 of Franz Kafka - The Metamorphosis.

I bought it today...

and I've just finish reading The Real Frank Zappa Book, for the 3rd times!

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Do you think Stoker tips his hat to Le Fanu in Dracula's Guest....?

I haven't read any Stoker short stories but maybe I'll see if my local library has it. During my hibernation last winter I read some short stories by LeFanu, M. R. James, and Algernon Blackwood.

Right now I'm starting The Moviegoer by Walker Percy.

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The Week Magazine

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Just finished "O L Companion" and about to start reading:

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A controversial book on drugs and other implications....

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I haven't read any Stoker short stories but maybe I'll see if my local library has it. During my hibernation last winter I read some short stories by LeFanu, M. R. James, and Algernon Blackwood.

All great stuff!!

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last two books were "Running With Scissors" and "Fools Die" (almost finished) two of the best books I have read in a good spell....

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Chariots Of The Gods By Eric Von Dankien, A little dated but still a very interesting read.

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I just read a short story by Gene Wilder called "My French Whore"

Was enjoyable and a fast easy read. He describes emotions well, what the character is feeling in a certain moment of revelation...I found myself saying "Exactly!!" in my head a few times.

It's not even into great detail, its just makes sense and is to the point.

Next onto another Gene Wilder book called "The Woman Who Wouldn't"

After this next one, onto another author cause that is all that Gene Wilder has at the moment, besides a memoir.

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Just finished "O L Companion" and about to start reading:

Goaskalicsedfs.jpg

A controversial book on drugs and other implications....

Oh wow; I remember reading that waaay back in the 70s. I just remember that I read it though; not any of the details.

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:whistling::whistling:

Come on....don't be like that!!!!

Was it......sex??? :D well...Playboy....or ...

Edited by Hotplant

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Chariots Of The Gods By Eric Von Dankien, A little dated but still a very interesting read.

it's a good piece of fiction, that book ;) Daniken actually confessed to faking a couple of pieces of evidence used in the book.

I believe he wrote it while in prison in Switzerland for tax evasion.

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Finally done with Clapton's book. This is the first time I've read a book from start to finish in years. I loved it. I learned a lot and I visualized a lot of what was going on in my head. It was pretty cool.

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I got two musicains bios at the library yesterday, and I can't wait to read them. One is Ronnie Wood's autobiography, and the other Iggy Pop biography.

So, I'll be cranking up the AC and have a good read today.

See ya...:wave:

Oh, I also got the Anna Nicole bio, shhhhh.... :bagoverhead::coffee:

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