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January 16, 2011

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I'm not a Marta rider as there's none in Dacula, but I'm an avid book lover. I would recommend these authors' books, you will never know when you've reached your stop. Check them out:

Solomon Jones (Pipe Dreams, Cream), Leslie Esdaile Banks aka L.A. Banks, Chinua Achebe,and Walter Mosley.

Kelly O'Day Weisinger

I ride MARTA from the East Lake station to Midtown, and I'm currently reading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.
This morning I sighted someone reading I Am Legend by Richard Matheson.

Thanks for the blog - always fun to read!

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