Good Morning Brian! I read about 30 fiction books a year, besides other reading. I like John Grisham's and David Baldacci's books. My preference in fiction centres around the legal world. Les >From: "Brian " <brian@...> >Reply-To: pastorsforum@... >To: "PastorsForum" <pastorsforum@...> >Subject: [PastorsForum] Reading >Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 09:51:21 -0600 > >Hey Gang! > > > >I was just on the History Channel website (I try to go there everyday to >see what went on that day), and saw that today is the anniversary of the >publication of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. I have read all the >Sherlock Holmes stories by Doyle, and I can't get enough of re-reading >them. > > > >Reflecting on this caused me to wonder what you guys read for >recreational reading. What do you read when you need to get away from >"teaching" types of books about marriage, theology, preaching, etc.? >Lately I have been trying to get through classics such as The Three >Musketeers, The Swiss Family Robinson, and those types. > > > >What say you? I'd love to see what you read! > > > >Brian > _________________________________________________________________ Check out the Xtra gaming servers at http://xtramsn.co.nz/gaming !