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Reading List for 21st May 2013

Cult fiction by Andrew Calcutt and Richard Shephard

The Dork Diaries by Rachel Renee Russell

The Gothic by David Punter and Glennis Byron

Testament of a witch by Douglas Watt

Pam Ayres the works the classic collection by BBC books

Storytelling and theater by Michael Wilson

Music Composition for dummies by Scott Jarrett

The revolting peasant by Robin Page

Compendium of drawing techniques 200 tips by Donna Krizek

Parallel worlds by Michio Kaku

Lucky by Alice Sebold

Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King

Whatever you think by Richard Gentle

The Goddess experience by Gisele Scanlon

The Wish by Angela Donovan

From the kitchen a half-truth by Maria Goodin

A child’s world by Sarah Brewer

The mammoth book of comic fantasy By Mike Ashley

My dad is 10yrs old by Mark O’Sullivan

I know, I know, it’s a long list, but truly if I read 90 minutes a day every day, this list would be down within a month, six weeks tops, I do speed read, but I speed read deeply, I read fast and remember most of what I read after and dream about it all in depths and over think the plots if they’re fiction and over think the facts if it’s non-fiction. This blog is consuming me though, so this means that reading may become a month slower.  I am not expecting to finish this list before the end of July, but I would be disappointed if it’s not at least half read by the 30th June!

 

 

 

 

 

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