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  • Love, Ellen: A Mother/Daughter Journey by Betty Degeneres
  • The Last Family by John Ramsey Miller
  • Upside Down by John Ramsey Miller
  • Side By Side by John Ramsey Miller
  • Kisscut by Karin Slaughter
  • Faithless by Karin Slaughter
  • Indelible by Karin Slaughter
  • At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks
  • True Believer by Nicholas Sparks
  • The Bone Parade by Mark Nykanen
  • Predator by Patricia Cornwell
  • Letters To A Young Therapist (Art of Mentoring) by Mary Bray Pipher
  • Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life: The New Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by Steven C. Hayes
  • Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond by Judith S. Beck
  • The Feeling Good Handbook by David D. Burns
  • Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament Types by David Keirsey, Marilyn Bates
  • Keeping the Books : Basic Record Keeping and Accounting for the Successful Small Business by Linda Pinson
  • Letting Go of Anger: The Ten Most Common Anger Styles and What to Do About Them by Ronald T. & Pat S. Potter-Efron
  • How to Control Your Anger Before It Controls You by Albert Ellis, Raymond C. Tafrate
  • The Depression Workbook: A Guide for Living with Depression and Manic Depression by Mary Ellen Copeland
  • Breaking the Patterns of Depression by Michael Yapko
  • Life After Trauma : A Workbook for Healing by Dena Rosenbloom
  • Stay by Nicola Griffith
  • Firefly Cloak by Sheri Reynolds
  • D is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton
  • E is for Evidence by Sue Grafton
  • F is for Fugitive by Sue Grafton
  • G is for Gumshoe by Sue Grafton
  • I is for Innocent by Sue Grafton
  • J is for Judgment by Sue Grafton
  • K is for Killer by Sue Grafton
  • L is for Lawless by Sue Grafton
  • M is for Malice by Sue Grafton
  • N is for Noose by Sue Grafton
  • O is for Outlaw by Sue Grafton
  • P is for Peril by Sue Grafton
  • Q is for Quarry by Sue Grafton
  • R is for Ricochet by Sue Grafton
  • S is for Silence by Sue Grafton
  • Marley & Me by John Grogan
  • Danica: Crossing the Line by Danica Patrick, with Laura Morton
  • Becoming Real by Gail Saltz
  • Wake-Up Calls: Making the Most Out of Every Day by Joan Lunden
  • Patricia Lewin
  • Patricia MacDonald
  • Gone for Good by Harlan Coben
  • Tell No One by Harlan Coben
  • No Second Chance by Harlan Coben
  • Lost Boys by Olson Scott Card
  • Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo
  • The Smoke Jumper by Nicholas Evans
  • The Woman Next Door by Barbara Delinsky
  • Say When by Elizabeth Berg
  • The Bone Collector by Jeffery Deaver
  • Notes from My Travels by Angelina Jolie
  • Characters and viewpoint by Orson Scott Card
  • Toxic Parents by Susan Forward
  • Watermark by Karin Kallmaker
  • Painted Moon by Karin Kallmaker
  • Unforgettable by Karin Kallmaker
  • In Too Deep by Ronica Black
  • Puss 'n Boots by Ed McBain
  • The Art of Mending by Elizabeth Berg
  • Never Change by Elizabeth Berg
  • English Grammar for Dummies by Geraldine Woods
  • Psychic Detective by Fletchina Archer
  • Suspect by Michael Robotham
  • Out of Time by Paula Martinac
  • Cop Out by Claire McNah
  • Outlander by Jane Rule
  • Love, Zena Beth by Diane Salvatore
  • Houston Town by Deborah Powell
  • Lita: A Less Traveled R.O.A.D- The Reality of Amy Dumas by Amy Dumas with Michael Krugman
  • Redneck Woman: Stories From My Life by Gretchen Wilson
  • The Big Shuffle by Laura Pedersen
  • Grammatically Correct: The Writer's Essential Guide to Punctuation, Spelling, Style, Usage and Grammar by Anne Stilman
  • Unsent Letters: Writing As a Way to Resolve and Renew by Lauren B. Smith
  • Novelist's Essential Guide to Crafting Scenes by Raymond Obstfeld
  • Orson Scott Card
  • Nancy Kress
  • Victoria Schmidt
  • Ann Hood
  • Michael Seidman
  • Jack M. Bickham
  • Tom Chiarella
  • The Writer's Book of Matches
  • Kelly Nickell
  • Gary Lutz
  • Dr. Linda Edelstein
  • Page After Page by Heather Sellers
  • Between the Lines by Jessica Page Morrell
  • Breathing Life into Your Characters by Rachel Ballon
  • Careers for Your Characters by Raymond Obstfeld & Franz Neumann
  • Dynamic Characters by Nancy Kress
  • Flip Dictionary by Barbara Ann Kipfer
  • Fondling Your Muse by John Warner
  • The Secret Thief by Judith Jaeger
  • The Ghosts of Cape May by Craig McManus
  • Characters and Viewpoint by Orson Scott Card
  • Edna Buchanan (reporter series)
  • Kelley Armstrong
  • Carol O' Connell
  • Sophie Kinsella
  • Megan McCafferty
  • Elizabeth Chandler
  • Cecily von Ziegesar
  • Melissa de la Cruz
  • Alma Matter by Rita Brown
  • Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden
  • Cyanide Wells by Marcia Muller
  • Dive by Stacy Donovan
  • Dry Fire by Catherine Lewis
  • Light, Coming Back by Ann Wadsworth
  • Trash by Dorothy Allison
  • Thomas Perry novel
  • Jane Whitehead series
  • VideoHound's DVD Guide by Mike Mayo
  • The Loop Group by Larry McMurtry
  • Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs
  • Joanna Carl
  • Laura Caldwell
  • Jill Churchill
  • With or Without You by Carole Matthews
  • The Comfort Trap
  • Good Harbor by Anita Diamant
  • Diana Gabaldon
  • Slim to None by Taylor Smith
  • Margaret Maron
  • Mistletoe Murder by Leslie Meier
  • Laura Pedersen
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Books I would like to get to read.

It was in the paper yesterday that much of the details of "Million Little Pieces" are insubstantiable. Some website called The Smoking Gun, that deals with publicising all kinds of criminal and court records, can't find much of the legal trouble he got himself into (which supposedly leads to a change in ways of living or something).
I read about it in the Toronto Star, but I've heard even the people on the Oprah website are complaining about being tricked.