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Posted: 06 Apr 2017 08:30 AM   Ignore ]  
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Have since decided to stop doing this particular one. Since, I found it got too hard to keep up with it. Especially, over these past couple of yrs.

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Paul Finch. The best crime writer I have ever come across. I can highly recomend his books.

I also have an audio book on my ipad that I like to listen too in the evening.

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I have been reading business financial papers lately, stack and stack of them grin

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The Economist magazine, really informative but a drab to read!

I’m almost done with, The Little Book of Hygge, Danish Secrets to Happy Living smile

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Souxi - 06 Apr 2017 02:32 PM

Paul Finch. The best crime writer I have ever come across. I can highly recomend his books.

I also have an audio book on my ipad that I like to listen too in the evening.

annelee - 06 Apr 2017 03:28 PM

I have been reading business financial papers lately, stack and stack of them grin

kiwi - 06 Apr 2017 10:57 PM

The Economist magazine, really informative but a drab to read!

I’m almost done with, The Little Book of Hygge, Danish Secrets to Happy Living smile

Souxi, Annelee, and Kiwi,

Hmm all interesting, okay, understandable, and WOW.

I for one I’m just trying to get read everything thats in my bag.  Its basically all for either going to the library/going out/about/home at night.  At the same time I still have the book called New York 2140:  A Novel, Kim Stanley Robinson that I have mentioned more then once.  Also, in more then one thread as well.  Have also tons of store credits when I returned my recent purchases to them.  Yet again another have already mentioned this part in another post/reply/thread.

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I am done reading my work papers so I might be reading something fun today!

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annelee - 07 Apr 2017 02:06 PM

I am done reading my work papers so I might be reading something fun today!

Annelee,

Yeah and to me I much rather read for pleasure as opposed for either school/work.

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I borrow all my books from the library. I love reading novels and don’t have the room for piles and piles of them in my flat. The library has a great atmosphere and I go in virtually every week. You can borrow DVDs, too. I would love to work in a library. However, since that is not possible I take a trip there as often as I can. Books are an addiction for me.

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I confess I haven’t been in a library for years. I love buying books. I could spend hours in Waterstones. Lovely books. Ahhhhhh.

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KitKatKitty - 08 Apr 2017 02:22 PM

I borrow all my books from the library. I love reading novels and don’t have the room for piles and piles of them in my flat. The library has a great atmosphere and I go in virtually every week. You can borrow DVDs, too. I would love to work in a library. However, since that is not possible I take a trip there as often as I can. Books are an addiction for me.

Souxi - 08 Apr 2017 02:24 PM

I confess I haven’t been in a library for years. I love buying books. I could spend hours in Waterstones. Lovely books. Ahhhhhh.

KitKatKitty and Souxi,

Yeah you are so right about having a piles of books around.  In which I need to get rid most of mine.

Well, have been in a library, but hardly never borrow from the library.  I mean as far as I remember of course.

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Forums actually.

They are the beginning of knowledge.

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acherrystone - 09 Apr 2017 10:26 PM

Forums actually.

They are the beginning of knowledge.

Yeah and you are soo right there.  They are also important to us.

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acherrystone - 09 Apr 2017 10:26 PM

Forums actually.

They are the beginning of knowledge.

I agree with this Cherry, not only to expand knowledge but to gain experience too.

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annelee - 12 Apr 2017 03:01 PM
acherrystone - 09 Apr 2017 10:26 PM

Forums actually.

They are the beginning of knowledge.

I agree with this Cherry, not only to expand knowledge but to gain experience too.

Anne and Cherry,

Yeah to that and I can’t believe that I also forgot part of it.

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I read pretty much non-stop! The trick is finding the diamonds hidden in all that crap that’s printed nowadays rolleyes

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Papillio - 14 Apr 2017 05:25 PM

I read pretty much non-stop! The trick is finding the diamonds hidden in all that crap that’s printed nowadays rolleyes

Papillo,

Yeah to that and used to be that way.  Sadly, no more.  And never ever thought of it that way.  I mean with the trick part of it.

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