What book are you reading right now?


#81

Awesome. I read pretty quick, but I was also in support platoon, so I was running beans and bullets everywhere, not a ton of solid down time. But a 1000 page book was pretty handy to have in a pocket when the CO I was driving for ended up spending multiple hours in one location I was told we’d just be visiting.

And a custom paperback book cover like that sounds like a great etsy project.


#82

Like these?

http://www.uscav.com/productinfo.aspx?productid=16121&TabID=548

http://www.militaryuniformsupply.com/rite-in-the-rain-cover-cordura-black-acu-tan


#83

Yes, very close, but sized to fit a paperback, not a three-ring or spiral-bound notebook.


#84

Finishing my fantasy book binge and am now starting on some non-fiction. Decided on The Longest Day by Cornelius Ryan. So far, I’m loving it.

Thinking of trying A Bridge Too Far next.


#85

The series has concluded, and I was very happy with the ending. Which is amazing in itself, as normally I want a series to continue, what happens next, etc…this one, though, perfect.

Trying a couple of books by Douglas Corleone… I can’t find the older Dean Koontz novels, so I’m hunting around for some new authors again. I do, however, have a new JD Robb one that should be at the library Tuesday, release day. I can’t wait. :slight_smile:


#86

“Will fit all 4 5/8 in x 7 in Spiral Notebooks, 4 5/8 in x 7 1/4 in Field-Flex Books, Pocket-sized, and regular sized Bound Books”


#87

What he said, emphasis mine.


#88

And what, pray tell, would that be? I just glanced at my bookshelves and the majority of my books are all different sizes.


#89

You know, normal sized.


#90

I’m just quoting the website… don’t shoot the messenger.
Also, actual dimensions are listed in the same snippit… just sayin’


#91

sigh. Seriously, are f you guys are just going to be yanking chains, just say so.

To reiterate (and repeat)

all 4 5/8 in x 7 in Spiral Notebooks, 4 5/8 in x 7 1/4


#92

I was going to ask for those dimensions in metric, but thought better of it.


#93

Going back to being picky and pedantic are we?


#94

Nah. Just in the mood for yanking chains.

And let’s face it - it’s a dirty, thankless task but someone has to do it. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#95

Do it in the WC, then.


#96

Bazinga!!!


#97

.23 cubits by .36 cubits or .23 x .37 cubits. Assuming an average 18 inch cubit.


#98

Just finished the two books in Brandon Sanderson’s “Stormlight” series. (“The Way of Kings” and “Words of Radiance”.)

Now I’m semi-impatiently waiting for the next book to arrive. (Sometime in late 2016, apparently.)


#99

Takes too long to write.

I really enjoyed both those books, and things are making more and more sense. Even more after I read the first book again before reading the second.

I’m reading John Ringo’s Schlock Mercenary prequels now, again.

Need more money in book budget!


#100

Book two of Sanderson’s “Mistborn” trilogy. I’m liking his work a lot. Not only does he “throw you in the deep end”, but he has a well thought out world, and an interesting form of “magic”.