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The simple act of reading: Why all reading is created equal

After many years of pondering, I’ve come to the conclusion that all reading is created equal.

This is not to say that all books are created equal — I’m not saying that there aren’t good or bad books. 691 more words


The Thursday Quote

“The Coles family had been strict Presbyterians, and even though they had come into possession of liquor licence with the Matthews Thompson purchase (in 1960), they didn’t use them until 1971 when the Coles New World store at Warrnambool, in Victoria, became the first to sell alcohol.”

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Author Talk - Malcolm Knox

Join one of Australia’s most versatile authors and journalists, Malcolm Knox at Hurstville Library for a talk about his recently released fifth novel, The Wonder Lover… 164 more words


The Wonder Lover by Malcolm Knox

This is a man’s book. Actually it is a multi – functional man’s book. First you can read it and marvel at what it tells you about male behaviour; then you can thump the nearest guy across the head with it. 297 more words


Book Review--THE WONDER LOVER by Malcolm Knox

John Wonder is an authenticator. His job is to travel the globe, witnessing attempts on world records. His one notable quality is that he is a bland man and instantly forgettable. 368 more words


Book Review - 'The Wonder Lover'

Title: The Wonder Lover
Author: Malcolm Knox
Genre: Fiction (Adult)
Release date: May 1, 2015
Rating: ★★★★★

John Wonder is an Authenticator of facts. He officially began his career straight out of school, when he was offered a position at The Guinness Book of Records. 786 more words


Teaser Tuesday - 'The Wonder Lover'

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by A Daily Rhythm. Anyone can play along! All you have to do is grab the book you’re currently reading, open to a random page and share two sentences from that page. 344 more words