Posts Tagged ‘ summer reading ’

Last of the Summer reading

Jan 30th, 2012 | By

Did we have a Summer just then? Possibly in the days to come… N8N is back on board, bright eyed and bushy tailed, and presents herewith the final instalment on what books folk are dipping into over their breaks. Recently retired Waikato district councillor Rod Wise is reading Russell Stone’s Makers of Fortune. Published in

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More happy reading

Jan 12th, 2012 | By

‘Tis still the season when one can get immersed in a good book or three. Here are a few more from readers. By the by, check out this new technology for automatic page turning.  Must get one.  (Do we have hamsters in NZ?) Jessica Boyd, Whitikahu AJ Jacobs wrote The Know It-All, a book about

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Summer reading continued

Jan 4th, 2012 | By

N8N was interested in what books folk are burying their noses in this festive season, and all we can say is there sure seems to be a lot of reading going on.  Must be the rain. Three cheers for Bronte Roy Burke, Hamilton journalist and avid N8N reader So brand me an old fashioned guy;

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A little summer reading

Jan 1st, 2012 | By

‘Tis the season to turn off the phone, lock the door and curl up with a cat and a good book.  Preferably with a cup of tea within reach.  And okay, yes, a slice of Christmas cake.  Maybe a little chocolate, just in case… With the rain pelting down (well, it was) and long summer

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