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What’s the most informative book you’ve read recently?

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78 responses

  1. Here’s mine – The More you Read, the More you Know

    Rushing off now, but I’ll be back to check out what everyone else has read soon.

    Happy BTT!

  2. You Can Write Your Family History by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. Very thorough, plus a lot of the information can be applied to other kinds of research and writing.

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  4. Who knew my answer would be a children’s book? Not me, that’s for sure.

  5. That would have to be Mark Bittman’s Food Matters which I posted about back in July:

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  7. Great question! This one required a bit of thought: BTT

  8. Fun Question! I haven’t participated in awhile, but I did today. Check out my answer at my blog


    There is my response. Thanks all and Happy Reading!!

  10. Happy Thursday! Here’s my answer.

  11. My Answer is up, a day late! It’s a great handy guide that accompanies me to the restaurants!

  12. Was on vacation so i’m late. – Contact, a book on partnered yoga with pictures. And my nonfiction choice is Still Alice, a story of a woman with Alzeimers.

  13. Anticancer: A New Way of Life by David Servan-Schreiber. The science of cancer and thoughts on life-style changes to prevent it from a doctor and cancer survivor.

  14. […] had a post about your most informative reads. Being an information hoarder, I have a few books that have really been of good use to […]

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