Because reading is hot.

Hot Reads for Arty Hotties

It seems Hotties never run out of ideas for books to read and/or themes that tie-in to books. And, it also seems that Books 4 Hotties is ever-evolving.

Please check back for an updated list. This is going to take some thinking power. Suggestions welcome!

Comments on: "Hot Reads for Arty Hotties" (8)

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  2. In my random internet wanderings, I’ve discovered Spud by John van de Ruit.

    JOHN “SPUD” MILTON takes his first hilarious steps toward manhood in this delicious, laugh-out-loud boarding school romp, full of midnight swims, raging hormones, and catastrophic holidays that will leave the entire family in hysterics and thirsty for more!

    South Africa’s Booksellers’ Choice Award 2006

  3. I love a good romp.

  4. jenny mcnamara-robinson said:

    Pride & Prejudice & Zombies….thumbs up.
    Steig Larsson are defintely on my list.
    Raging hormones and catastrophic holidays with Spud tops my list for next month.
    Still Alice, Lisa Genova…..Harvard psychologist diagnosed with Alzhimer’s.
    Glass Castle, Jeanette Walls…Heather, I’m with ya!

  5. Supercherry said:

    We should consider this to continue the food theme: http://www.upress.umn.edu/covers/Dregni_reading.html

  6. karaann
    1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
    2. The Film club by David Gilmour
    3. From the mixed up files of mrs. basil e. frankweiler by e.l. konigsburg(tweenie book but excellent)
    4. Lessons in Taxidermy by Bee Lavender
    5. Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
    6. Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho
    6. The Valkkyries by Paulo Coelho

  7. here are a couple of book that sound good to me:
    1. Seven Deadly Wonders – Matthew Reilley
    2. Altar of Eden – James Rollins
    3. Fragment – Warren Fahy
    4. Ancestor – Scott Sigler
    5. Labyrinth – Kate Mosse
    6. Pulse – Jeremy Robinson
    7. Hood – Stephen R Lawhead
    8. ArchEnemy – Frank Beddor
    9. The Maze Runner – James Dashner
    10. The Likeness – Tana French

  8. Duly Noted, Rosie!

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