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    Do you read non-tech books ? If so, post them here.

    Currently Reading Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days (Recipes: a Problem-Solution Ap): Jessica Livingston: 9781430210788: Amazon.com: Books

    I have ordered Anything You Want: Derek Sivers: 9781936719112: Amazon.com: Books

    And planning to read "Ignore Everybody by Hugh MacLeod"
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    "A Reed Shaken By The Wind" by Gavin Maxwell

    My copy is ancient and the cover is missing, but it comes from

    Landsborough Publications Limited
    173 New Bond Street London W.1

    I have no date. The pages are old and yellow and the corners are breaking off. A very good read.
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    Haven't read it yet but it's on my wishlist.

    Assholes: A Theory: Aaron James: 9780385535656: Amazon.com: Books
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    Haven't read it yet but it's on my wishlist.

    Assholes: A Theory: Aaron James: 9780385535656: Amazon.com: Books
    And now it's on my wishlist.
    That one's right up my alley!
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    I must have 15 good books on my shelf that I have only partly read because my interest was not kept up by the writers style or something.
    The last book that i read in its entirety was A Good Inheritance By Heather Rheece!!

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