Tag Archives: Progressive Book Club

How to Write Good by John Vorhaus

This is the latest read for the Progressive Book Club. This was a quick read with only 104 pages, but this book does leave a lasting impression. A quote that I particularly liked was this one; “These days I can’t … Continue reading

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The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe

This month’s choice is the The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe. I read this book back in January, having seen the book in a window display in a bookshop in Geelong Victoria last October. You can … Continue reading

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Save The Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need by Blake Snyder

Well, I have had a bit of a performance sourcing, no trying to source this book. Devon Libraries do not have a copy anywhere in the County. I asked at the library if they could source a copy from an … Continue reading

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Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott

Until I signed up to take part in the PBC I had never heard of this book or author. I ordered my copy from the library and waited for the email telling me it had arrived. Then on 22nd January … Continue reading

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Library Loot – 28th January

This week I have been to the library twice! – I nipped in on Saturday with a very large bag of books, returning some, renewing some and to collect a book. Today I went as it is the venue for … Continue reading

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Sunday Salon – Progressive Book Club

This week was the first official meet of the Progressive Book Club. Now I say meet, but we do not physically meet. Just as well as the weather this week has been shocking. We have had low temperatures, hail, rain … Continue reading

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Progressive Book Club

Beginning today and continuing on the third Wednesday of each month, M L Swift will be hosting a discussion on various craft books and every third month we’ll throw in a nice piece of fiction for good measure! Today’s launch post … Continue reading

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