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3 Books You Must Have In Your Library

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  • Tweetspeak Poetry (5/18/2014 12:01:00 PM) Post reply

    Haiku in English: The First Hundred Years. We just reviewed this book this week. Amazing poems. Excellent, accessible background on the development of haiku in English.

    How to Read a Poem: Based on the Billy Collins Poem " Introduction to Poetry." This book could change education. We believe that so strongly we've challenged people to give one to a teacher in every State:

    The Poetry Home Repair Manual. Best book to quickly take your poetry writing to the next level. And it's by Ted Kooser. What's not to love? :)

  • Charlotte L. Kings Rookie - 1st Stage (5/15/2014 5:31:00 PM) Post reply

    1) The Onion Girl -Charles De Lint
    2) Practical Magic -Alice Hoffman
    3) To Kill a Mockingbird -Harper Lee
    1) Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within in -Natalie Goldberg
    2) Mere Christianity -C. S. Lewis
    3) Ariel -Sylvia Plath or Complete Poems by Edgar Allan Poe
    That was rather arduous!

  • Anand Brown Rookie - 1st Stage (5/13/2014 4:43:00 AM) Post reply

    The Bible
    T.S Eliot collection of poetry
    We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver

  • Thenameless Poet Rookie - 1st Stage (5/10/2014 4:52:00 AM) Post reply

    A dictionary
    A thesaurus
    and a book from your childhood

    makes all the difference

    P; S keep some sort of note book on you at all times so that when you get a spark of genious you wont forget it!

    Have fun and Keep Writing

  • Charlie 12 Rookie - 1st Stage (5/10/2014 2:20:00 AM) Post reply

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  • Micheal Olaniyi Rookie - 1st Stage (5/7/2014 8:17:00 AM) Post reply

    For me, (a father to his son, if you forget me, black and white by me, reminiscence.. Silly sam sounding stupid by me is house is only decorated with a chair, a foam and an old t.v, he is so fat, that is belt is an equator, like a woman delivering a baby at night, he groans, and supported by the echo he has in his room as is fans. He wores a coat, every morning to the farm for rat hunting, he cried mysteriously one day, than the ceremony of his mother's burial, just for me to know he lost five thousand naira, his fiancee also suffer a dilema of heartbreak, due to meat palaver. He was bought a cab for living, he sold it and spend it all on eating, and said when there is life, there is hope, everything he does, people see the opposite of an admirable cricthon. His story went so far that everybody wants to know where he's living. One day, he got people rolling in aisles, when an helpless beggar come along from miles, he streched fort his hand for money, but silly-sam shaked him and said 'hello, anything for me'. "" ][u]Click to read my poem on poemhunter

  • Ambar Yadav Rookie - 1st Stage (5/3/2014 4:00:00 PM) Post reply

    I can't club fiction and non-fiction together so...
    Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
    The Sound of The Mountain by Yasunari Kawabata
    One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

    The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli
    The Art of War by Sun Tzu
    The Will to Power by Nietzsche

  • Primrose Tee Rookie - 1st Stage (5/2/2014 3:58:00 PM) Post reply

    pride and prejudice
    the mill on the floss

  • Primrose Tee Rookie - 1st Stage (5/2/2014 3:55:00 PM) Post reply

    pride and prejudice
    the mill on th floss
    lol for the young at heart...

  • Fabrisse Ter Brugghe Rookie - 1st Stage (5/1/2014 1:02:00 PM) Post reply

    Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin - I think its use of language is remarkable.

    Why Does E = MC^2 and Why Should We Care by Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw - I love good " science for laypeople" books and this is one of the best.

    The Ode Less Traveled by Stephen Fry - It's helping improve my own attempts at poetry writing.

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