What is one of your favorite book that is a page turner?
I have a lot more time on my hands to read and am looking for a few good books that you can’t put down to read. Some NY Times Bestsellers aren’t exactly great. I’ve read a bunch by John Grisham, Dan Brown, and Michael Crichton but don’t really don’t know any more authors.
Suggestion by zangetsu M
the tapestry book 1, hounf of rowan
Suggestion by Aunt Doobie
The Bible. Seriously, you should read it.
Suggestion by Aimee E
Most of my favorite books aren’t page turners, but then again, I only read books written by dead people. 🙂
Anyway, Agatha Christie is good if you like mystery, and so’s Chuck Palahniuk (sp?)
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I have the ability to read upside down, write upside down and backwards. How come others can’t. I’m 40.
I can do this but my boyfriend and other friends can’t. I can also write cursive back wards. I can only do this with my right hand. I read and write the correct way but have this ability. Am I dyslexic? Can everyone do this if they try and or learn how?
Suggestion by ButchQuique
I can do it with both hands… 🙂
Suggestion by SERENDIPITIST
NO, THIS IS A GIFT.
I HAVE THE SAME ABILITY. I can also write backwards, so you can read it in a mirror. Sometimes my “backwards words” look better in the mirror than my “normal” words . . .
It is NOT DYSLEXIC to be able to do this. Assuming that your reading skills are normal, even so, I am not sure that the one has anything to do with the other.
It may mean that you should have been left handed, but your school forced the pencil into your right hand as a child.
I am also creative and artistic . . . PERHAPS THAT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT . . . ??
If you want to know more, please feel free to contact me, here in Sweden.
Suggestion by gerbilgal20002000
I can do this too, not the writing upside down but I can read mirror writing, write with both hands forward and with my right hand backwards and read upside down.
One day I decided to learn to write with my left hand and so I practiced for like a week and it was really easy. On the second day I wondered if writing mirror writing with your right hand exercised the same bit of brain as forward writing with your left hand. I tried to do it and was like “oh my god, ythis is really easy…”
If you can write with your left and right hand it is known as being ambidextrous: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambidexterity
hope this helps, you are not alone 😉
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