Book Hoarders Anonymous, Episode 45

“Doogie Howser Becomes Count Olaf”


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Last month’s homework was The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King.

Shannon’s Reading List
Draw by Cora Brent
Someplace To Be Flying by Charles DeLint
A Night to Surrender by Tessa Dare
Sacked by Jen Frederick

Erin’s Reading List
When She Said I Do by Celeste Bradley
The Illuminator by Brenda Rickman Vantrease
Devil’s Brood by Sharon K. Penman
The Complete Stories by Edgar Allen Poe

In the News
Dr. Seuss: Oh, The Lawsuits You’ll See
Dan Stevens and Christopher Plummer Join Charles Dickens Film THE MAN WhO INVENTED CHRISTMAS
Carl Sagan’s Ambitious College Reading List: Plato, Shakespeare, Gide, and Plenty of Philosophy, Math & Physics (1954)
Fox is bringing Justin Cronin’s vampire trilogy to TV
If You Want to Be a Writer, Neil Gaiman Says You Should “Get Bored”
HBO still talking to George R.R. Martin about ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel
Professor Stephen Hawking: Humanity will not survive another 1,000 years if we don’t escape our planet
The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer review – no pain, no gain
Neil Patrick Harris stars in the great trailer for Netflix’s ‘Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events”‘
New WFU residence hall named for Maya Angelou
Ruth Gruber, trailblazing journalist and author, dies in N.Y. at 105

**Special Announcement**
Shannon has co-written a book which may be found at “Hell Followed Him”, available on Amazon.com.

Question of the Month
Last month, we asked our fellow Book Hoarders what your comfort reads were. This month, the question is: Do you use social networking to track and broadcast your reading?

Next Month’s Homework
Join us next month by reading All Through the Night by Suzanne Brockman (Amazon.com), and also available on Audible.com.