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From time to time you might read a book that really inspires you or captures your imagination. Why not spread the word to other Co-Creators and write a small review about the book.
Lets build a CCOR library together.

Co-Creators: 15
Latest Activity: Mar 9, 2011

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Comment by Theresa Laura Morgan on April 7, 2010 at 8:53am
Thank you Rebecca for sharing. I'm looking to see if these books are at the library : ) Have a wonderful day!
Comment by Lynne on October 27, 2009 at 7:22am
Am into Anita Shreve at the moment and in particular 'Small Fits of Passion' and 'Bodysurfing'. Both really excellent! I'm also reading 'Impossible Saints' by Michele' Roberts which (IMHO) really challenges the notion of 'purity' as embodied by the catholic church. Happy reading!
Comment by Lynne on May 26, 2009 at 3:25am
I've just finished reading 'Catching the big fish' (meditation, consciousness and creativity) by film director David Lynch, among other things he talks about how his ideas and other creative impulses emerge from his meditation practice. He also promotes meditation in schools. I found this book and the authors activities quite inspiring and in contrast to some of his films the book was full of clarity.
Comment by Adonya Wong on March 17, 2009 at 4:03pm
I am currently listening to The Key by Dr. Joe Vitale. Debating on whether I should top off my reading menu with Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith's Spiritual Liberation, Dr. Joe Vitale's Zero Limits or If the Buddha Got Stuck by Dr. Charlotte Sophia Kasl. Hmmmmm... many others to choose from but these are in the Top 3. :) Decisions, decisions, decisions.
Comment by Lynne on February 27, 2009 at 7:33am
Hi everyone, I'm really glad to have found this online 'library'! I remember reading The Lovely Bones a few years ago and found it very intriguing. I also read The Time Travellers Wife but I don't remember it as clearly as I did Sebolds book
Just lately I've been immersed in the Twilight Saga, although 'immersed' is an understatement, I'm no teenager but I've been so obsessed by them that I've felt like a teenager, reading the whole series twice. When I stopped judging myself, I realised that due to particular circumstances I never really experienced being a 'normal' teenager so on a very real level it's great to finally experience feelings that others take for granted. Looking forward to hearing from you all - Lynne
Comment by Jano on February 5, 2009 at 9:05pm
I agree! I'm surprised there aren't more members. This can be our online book club! I have also read "The Lovely Bones" and thought it was wonderful, deeply moving and profound. I am now reading "the White Tiger" by Aravind Adiga - it is taking a while to get into it. Will keep you posted.
Comment by Nic on February 5, 2009 at 7:41pm
This is such a great Idea - i hope some more people join us :-)

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