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Hey guys how many books do you aim to read per year and what kind of books do you prefer ? I personally try to read around 15-20 and mainly business with 4-5 novels i have dan brown inferno still pending :P
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I am more in to fantasy novels which gives lots imaginative aspects
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I aim to read 3 cuz I am not into books that much and I have a lot of work. But I am more into novels or fictions.
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New post 09 May 2018, 12:53
Dale Carnegie's books are amazing, and rereading them every year!
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The most important thing connected to the reading of the box and fonding of them is on the main question that you can ask that is the most interesting for you. Are you going to choose the area connected with the philosophy or belles-lettres? Do you want to relax a little or do you want to think over? May be you are looking for the necessity to learn? It is not a problem to complete any of such tasks with the help of new, old and even contemporary literature. Classic writers, philosophy, psychology and a lot of many others.
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New post 18 Jul 2018, 22:50
williambradley wrote:
I am more in to fantasy novels which gives lots imaginative aspects


can you enlist some of your favourites ?
as i also like fantasy novels. thank you in advance.
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