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The book that changed me

London’s first annual Social Book Week is almost upon us. It’s a celebration of the social side of reading – sharing stories, authors, and ideas. The overall theme is: the book that changed me. For me, I was a very reluctant reader as a boy. I couldn’t find anything in book form that was as […]

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Choice and Consequence

Growing up, I hated reading.  I was what is now termed a “reluctant reader.”  Back then the terms ranged from lazy to uninspired (and probably some my teachers didn’t share with me. Not only did I find reading hard, I frankly wasn’t that interested in books because the written word failed to capture my imagination […]

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