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  1. Hey guys, so I want to share with you the techniques I’ve used to go from reading a book or two a month to reading two or three a week Now this is only my own experience and I don’t know if you’ll get the same results, but I’ve collected this information after months of researching about the best speed reading practices I tried to keep this post as concise and to the point as possible so I just added the most important points but it’s still a little long, so you might wanna grab a cup of coffee and go through it, or you can save/bookmark it for later WEEK 1 1) Find
  2. This popped up on my FB and while I hadn't given it much thought it does bring up a good point : Why are Books That Shape? Any thoughts?
  3. By the director of the hit documentary Behind the Burly Q comes the first ever oral history of American Burlesque–as told by the performers who lived it, often speaking out here for the first time. By telling the intimate and surprising stories from its golden age through the women (and men!) who lived it, Behind the Burly Q reveals the true story of burlesque, even as it experiences a new renaissance. Burlesque was one of America’s most popular forms of live entertainment in the first half of the 20th century. Gaudy, bawdy, and spectacular, the shows entertained thousands of paying custo
  4. So I have compiled together a list of amazing novels with brief summary in the video below. Let me know what you think about these novels Have you read any of them? have u seen the movie? Did you like them? thanks
  5. Hiya, Happy New Years All. What's your reading list for 2017? Any particular books you're looking forward to releasing? Below is a few of my reading list goals for this year. I plan on re-reading some trilogies and finishing some books I've been sitting on for a while. For more on this list as I have a goal of 101 books to be read by end of year - check out my website at http://www.abandonallguilt.com/category/book/reading-list/ . *My Book List for 2017* Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy A Game of Thrones – George R.R Martin The Silmarillion – J.R. Tolkien 1984 – George Orwell
  6. I'm from Italy and I love to read books. Now I'm reading one book of Hemingway and one other of Rosamunda Pilcher. I have a big bookcase where there are: Paolo Cohelo, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Isabelle Allende, Nuala Gardner, Nicholas Sparks, Massimo Grammellini, .. the Bibble and religious' books.. the School's book... I read everywhere. Excuse me for my English. I will to know you and your books.
  7. If you're looking for prizes and you write literary fiction, try quagga. Entries accepted from independent authors: www.quaggabooks.net
  8. PREFACE Books and the Man ‘He reads a lot - not always good books either.’ My mother’s words, as remembered. ‘Dave prefers books to people.’ My brother’s verdict, with a knowing smile at my fairly modest library of 3000+ books. ‘Come on, man, you’re announcing yourself as a scholar in the field.’ Dr Willam Fredeman, bibliographer at UBC, Vancouver in 1967 after Dave’s failure to pass PHD Comprehensives. ‘A man’s own words and deeds are his best memorial … do not omit painful casualties or unpleasing passages.’ Samuel Johnson’s advice to biographers in Lives of the English Poets
  9. Hey all Book fans, I'm needing help and am looking to fellow book lovers for it, With the rage of the digital eBook for the Nook or Kindle or even the apps on your phone and tablet that allow us to read eBooks (I have a few, but prefer the physical version better), there is still something quite relaxing and magical about the Indy bookstore. A place where you can go in and spend time browsing the shelves searching for that special treasure and experience that the online market doesn’t give you or that smiling friendly face of the staff up front who happily points you to the book you’re search
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