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Anyone read this book? What did you think? Read More
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banned8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Anyone read this book? What did you think?
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banned8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I haven't read it Sassie but for a reason.
To me it's just a money making exercise written on the back of Buddhist teachings and principles.
These are of course available for free and highly recommended :)

Doesn't help either that the author and books are constantly plugged by Oprah Winfrey, not my favourite person I admit.
banned#2
oh ok, thanks for that :thumbsup:
#3
sassie
oh ok, thanks for that :thumbsup:


Well it wasn't very helpful hun and just my honest opinion. I'm often wrong :oops:
banned#4
hottoshop
Well it wasn't very helpful hun and just my honest opinion. I'm often wrong :oops:


opinions are good, either way ;-)
#5
You are a mother, how do you have time to read???

I think the last book I read was first term at mallory towers LOL

Ok well it wasn't that long ago but it;s been a few years.
banned#6
LadyMadonna
You are a mother, how do you have time to read???

I think the last book I read was first term at mallory towers LOL

Ok well it wasn't that long ago but it;s been a few years.


im hoping to swap my time on here for reading books:thumbsup:
#7
Although not a self help book but a work of fiction I got an awful lot out of a book called "A Knowledge of Angels" by Jill Paton-Walsh.
Made me think about things in a different light although at times not the easiest book to read.

Might be worth a trip to the library though ? :)
banned#8
thanks tony, not really sure what im looking for
#9
sassie
im hoping to swap my time on here for reading books:thumbsup:


Have you read George Orwell - Nineteen Eighty Four sassie ?
banned#10
sassie
im hoping to swap my time on here for reading books:thumbsup:


I've tried doing that Sassie..... don't work! :whistling:
banned#11
im ashamed to say in all my years i have done very little reading
banned#12
churchy2704
I've tried doing that Sassie..... don't work! :whistling:


you will soon, you aint been registered long, give it a few more months - lol
banned#13
sassie
you will soon, you aint been registered long, give it a few more months - lol


We all should do some reading, getting the time is the thing with most people I suppose.
#14
I used to love reading but have fallen away from it. I used to read ghost stories. I buy books now and again, the last being Peter Kays sound of laughter, got great reviews but still not opened it. Might give it a try now though.
banned#15
LadyMadonna
I used to love reading but have fallen away from it. I used to read ghost stories. I buy books now and again, the last being Peter Kays sound of laughter, got great reviews but still not opened it. Might give it a try now though.


I've read the Peter Kay one, well worth a read but it brought a smile to my face rather than much laughter (but you all know how miserable I am!) :-D
#16
im ashamed to say in all my years i have done very little reading


Then your best bet is to either get to the local recycling or a car boot sale where you can pic good books up for a maximum of 50p and of course there is your local library for free.

What you should never worry about is not liking or liking a book no matter what someone else or the critics say.
If you start reading a book and you find it boring or whatever chuck it one side and start another. Sooner or later you will find out what you like.

Start by picking subjects or themes that you know you like and then expand your horizons when it suits you.

Wish you were closer , loads here you could have use of.
banned#17
churchy2704
I've read the Peter Kay one, well worth a read but it brought a smile to my face rather than much laughter (but you all know how miserable I am!) :-D


now could you also see a positve in that sentance too ;-)
banned#18
sassie
now could you also see a positve in that sentance too ;-)


Yep, thanks sassie.... I'm learning! :thumbsup:
banned#19
hottoshop
Then your best bet is to either get to the local recycling or a car boot sale where you can pic good books up for a maximum of 50p and of course there is your local library for free.

What you should never worry about is not liking or liking a book no matter what someone else or the critics say.
If you start reading a book and you find it boring or whatever chuck it one side and start another. Sooner or later you will find out what you like.

Start by picking subjects or themes that you know you like and then expand your horizons when it suits you.

Wish you were closer , loads here you could have use of.



this is the problem, i have spent so lon being a mum i dont really have much interest, i am always looking at ways to improve myself as a person and enjoy discusiing things but have no real interests :oops:
#20
sassie
this is the problem, i have spent so lon being a mum i dont really have much interest, i am always looking at ways to improve myself as a person and enjoy discusiing things but have no real interests :oops:


Get yourself on a college course, you get courses in everything these days and its easier to find help with childcare. It done wonders for me.

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