Neal Wyatt--Reading Social Media

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Neal Wyatt--Reading Social Media

  1. 1. Reading Social Media
  2. 2. Social Media Remind Us <ul><li>Of additional titles to consider </li></ul><ul><li>Of reader-friendly ways to describe a book </li></ul><ul><li>That there are opinions beyond the literary circle </li></ul><ul><li>Not everyone experiences a book the same way </li></ul>
  3. 3. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen Quilting Nonny : Every now and then I find a book that is so wonderful. It's like finding the lone needle in a haystack. This book is a treat. Imagery is beautiful, characters are fabulous, and I loved that the animals had personalities (as they do in real life). I recommend this for someone who loves to read for pleasure . Can't believe I almost didn't read this because it was about a circus ; that would have been my loss.
  4. 4. Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin J. Avellanet: This is a wicked book - in no time at all you'll find yourself looking up to see the clock at 3:00am . And, as I later realized, that won't even get you half way through the book when the really fast-paced action and suspense grows . The writing is well done and perfect after a long day...though admittedly, the use of some of the more modern English (&quot;ain't&quot;, etc.) throws one off first, it does serve to help flesh out characters who are educated versus those who aren't. And yes, if you are a fan of CSI, you'll love this book . If you like mysteries, you'll enjoy it. And if you crave a good historical fiction, this is just the thing . And, if you're like me, and have all three of those characteristics together, then don't waste time reading any more reviews -- get this book . Note to the author, Ms. Franklin: I do so hope we get a sequel. Very much enjoyed the protagonist and the world in which she lives.

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