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I Did A Lot More Work Than I Had To

I posted a little while back about the number of books I’d read of the various authors whose books I’d read most of in response to similar postings by fellow writers Kyle Muntz and Joseph Michael Owens. However, I just … Continue reading

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Authors I’ve Read The Most

I noticed that fellow writers Kyle Muntz and Joseph Michael Owens had posted lists recently regarding what authors they had read the most and how many books respectively. I wanted to participate as well, though I’m not as sure of … Continue reading

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Want To Read David Foster Wallace But “Infinite Jest” Scares You? Give “The Broom of the System” A Try!

Infinite Jest is definitely one of those books that everyone knows is wonderful but a great number of people shy away from it.  It really seems funny, since some of the people who acknowledge that it is an important book … Continue reading

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