Most people totally don't read enough, (myself included) I wanted to share some books I enjoy reading, and was hoping that you peeps could share some that you enjoy reading. I don't exactly have preferences, so I'll share the ones I have read and enjoy.
1. Calvin and Hobbes
As many people had Whinny the Poo, I had calvin and Hobbes, I've been re-reading some of the books I have and am discovering just how deep they can really be. It never fails to leave a smile on my face after a few comics.
2. Dinotopia Series
I've only recently read this one, and boy is it a good one. The way Gurney develops his world engages you into it. It's a wonderful read with gorgeous oil paintings inside.
A classic deserving another read. It's very interesting to parallel todays world when the book was written back in the ending of the 1940's.
4. TMNT Alopex Microseries
I'm guilty of seeing just the cover of this one without previously knowing anything about the TMNT universe and liking it just because there's an anthro character. (I'm terrible) Alopex is a new character to the TMNT series. She is a mutated arctic fox and works for the shredder. In the Microseries, we explore her past and origins. The comic art style I think is pretty neat and it makes me want to read the new TMNT comics.Bonus: Books I'm reading right now. Tiger's Curse
I bought this book because of the cover. It immediately turned into the cleche female type of book - Girl meets handsome guy, she gets a crush, everything falls into her lap. I'm not particularly enjoying this series, but I might as well read them. It's cool that the setting is India tho, but i'll be damned if the author doesn't have a fetish for Tigers. John Truby: The Anatomy of Story
I've only read a little so far, but that little has shaped how I view stories and is helping me develop my own. Great reference for building stories. National Geographic
If you havn't subscribed to National Geographic, you should. Every month you can read stories happening right now around the world. Flight of the White Wolf
I havn't started this one yet, but It was recommended by the book keeper when I asked for some classics.
That's a few of the books I think you should check out. Please share with me some of your favorites and I'll check them out!