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Got any suggestions for your fellow authors?

Here's a handy flow chart for you sci-fi and fantasy lovers.

http://io9.com/5844991/handy-flowchart- ... tasy-books


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Post Re: What to read next?
Yep. That about covers it.


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Post Re: What to read next?
It all depends on what you like in a book. For me Im reading The River Lake by James Patterson and is about children who have wings and are surrounded by paparazzi and they are trying to find a cure. :| Most of James Patterson books are based on a secret organization and finding a cure to whatever he wrote down. in the book.


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Post Re: What to read next?
You might try the Maximum Ride series. It is a basically young adult fiction, and follows the adventures of the children you mentioned.


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