posted on Jun, 16 2017 @ 08:22 AM
Thank you for all the wonderful suggestions. This is more than enough to keep me busy for the summer!
I used to be a voracious reader. I would try to read one book a week with a yearly target of 50 books. But life happens and i am lucky to read 2 or 3
a year. Now that I am home full time, I need to change that.
I have been collecting books for future reading upon retirement. I have two large bookcases filled with unread books.
I also have a massive ebook library, but I find tangible books much easier to read.
My books cover a variety of subjects. Mostly nonfiction.
I do have a few favorite fiction authors that I really enjoy and would recommend.
Tim Dorsey has a series involving a lovable serial killer and his stoner sidekick. It's morbid, but hilarious at the same time. "Triggerfish Twist",
"Nuclear Jellyfish" and "Florida Roadkill" are a few. I think he is up to 20 books in the series now.
Christopher Moore is another one I love. Gems like "Practical Demonkeeping" and "Lamb (The gospel according to Biff, Christ's childhood pal)" are two
standouts of his catalog. Oh, "Island of the Sequined Love Nun" is a good one as well.
I have also read and enjoyed a few Tom Robbins novels. My favorite of his is "Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates"
As you might see, when it comes to fiction, i prefer humor.
Sorry for the rambling.