Tag: to kill a mockingbird

Do You Reread Books?

Penguin Books asked a good question on Facebook last year: Do you reread books? I’ve kept all my favourite books with the thought of one day rereading them. And then I start a new book, and it’s added to my bookcase to read again — one day! However, there are three books I have reread at least once.

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The Books You Read At School

Ask anyone who, like me, was a kid in Australia in the 1970s, “What books did you read at school?” and we’re likely to recall at least three novels. For me, these three are the classics, the ones I had to read, analyse and write essays on in English. And I still have copies of them in my bookcase!

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Published April 2021

I look forward to the Writer's Centre's monthly Furious Fiction competitions because I've become addicted to the escapism of writing short stories! ~ Robert Fairhead

Twelve Furious Months by Robert Fairhead
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Published March 2020

This slim book is hard to put down. And the only regret we may feel after reading it is that we reached the end too quickly! ~ Denise O'Hagan

Both Sides of the Story by Robert Fairhead
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