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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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    1. Mine is MAXIMUM ACHIEVEMENT by Brian Tracy... and I wish everyone could read it..

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    2. This right here....

      Hope it count as book too

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    3. Well of recent it is the Bible. It is truly new every morning.

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  2. My all time favourite will always be I CAN'T MAKE THIS UP by Kevin Hart.πŸ“—

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  3. The 48 Laws of power by Robert Greene. Big book, haven't even gone quarter.

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  4. The New Testament😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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  5. My phone.
    I don’t like reading books but any gossip news online, na dia you go find me

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  6. How to be a billionaire in 3 hours 🚢🏿‍♀️🚢🏿‍♀️

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    1. EziokwuπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    2. You never read the one of 30 mins?? Very interesting book o.

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    3. Mark πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ you are such a clown.
      Slutty, remember us when you are made ooo πŸ™‚

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    4. 🀣🀣🀣🀣30mins

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    5. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    6. Morgan, please send it to me 🀩
      18:55, I’ll surely remember you 😍

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  7. Successful Achievement by Dr Sidney Bremer

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  8. BrandIt.... by Leke Alder.

    Modern Biology Future Chemistry...by Leke Alder

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  9. My new fave is Chris Carter..My favorite are Death Sculptor and the Executioner

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  10. Act of seduction
    48 laws of power

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  11. Right now..The Bible for obvious reasons.

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  12. I used to read πŸ“š back in the days but not a fan anymore

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  13. Our Daily Manner (ODM)

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  14. My ICSAN books... I have exams

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  15. Choi. My whole comment disappeared.
    Anyway I’m currently reading Little women. I got interested after watching the movie. It was so touching. I had the belief that for the movie to be this good, the book must be better.
    Enjoying it so far, but adulthood won’t let me😒.
    Wish I could go back to being a teenager with my nose buried in hardcover novels.
    #sweetmemories.

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  16. None. I no dey read book again

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  17. Any book written by the Fertile Chick.

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    1. One of the best Nigerian fiction writers

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    2. Fertile chick! Used to have a column on Bellanaija then,dunno if she still does though,it's been a minute that I visited the site. I love her work

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  18. Top on my list...

    The Power of Small Beginning by David Ibiyeomie.

    Powerful little book. I keep thanking God for the person who gave it to me. I've read it over a hundred times since last month. Triggered me to start my business.

    I recommend it to anyone procrastinating whatever it is you should have started.

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    1. Please how can I get to buy the book, also heard so much about it. I stay in Awka.

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  19. None, naija wahala no gree person think straight.

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  20. Origin by Dan Brown and Courtney’s war by Wilbur Smith.

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  21. Comment section of the prestigious SDK blog
    Tonia

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  22. You belong to me by Mary Higgins Clark. I've read it like 10 times .

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    1. See my fellow Mary Higgins loverπŸ₯°

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    2. You guys know what's up!

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    3. Nice one. Read it way back too.

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  23. How To Transfer Body Fat To Your Enemies πŸ’£πŸ˜Ž

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    1. πŸ™„πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  24. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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    1. I read every version of that book I could find in secondary school days.

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    2. Nice classic. I pray I have time to read it again. I also want to reread A Tale of Two Cities.

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  25. God's generals
    The Anointing
    The Holy spirit
    All Apostle Joshua Selman's books

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  26. Dune,a 1965 classic by Frank Herbert.Words fail me to describe it,only deep thinkers can actually understand the whole concept.

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    1. I read this a week ago after watching the movie. Not bad at all. I got the complete series but haven't found it in me to begin book 2 cos someone told me what happens next and I didn't like it.

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  27. No time and correct state of mind to read books anymore. Adulthood is scam.
    Now my daughter exchanges novels with her school mates and I look at her and say to myself "read all you can now my dear daughter because in the next few years, you won't even remember books anymore"

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  28. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

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    1. Nice classic when I finally got to read it.

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  29. I just bought Biopiracy. It is a great book if you are into current global affairs.

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    1. I should get this....... This is one reason I like Tom Clancy novels, but reading something with current world affairs will be bae.

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  30. Currently it's Final Quest by Rick Joyner

    All time, it's pride and and prejudice by Jane

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  31. The smart money woman by Arese ugwu

    The little book of common sense investing by John Boglet.

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    1. I have it, but I can't figure out why I haven't had time to read it for the life of me. I hear there are movies out from the books which I think I will prefer to watch.

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  32. How to relocate to Canada in 1hr
    Sdk comments section

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    1. Try Hologram and Teleporting luv!

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  33. BIBLE CODE is my all time favourite.

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  34. Been long I read a book, hustling no give me chance. If only Sdk blog was a book, it'll be my favorite book, πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

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  35. Sunny boy. Read it in primary 5. I really need to purchase and read that book again. Have Google but wasn't able to get the name of the writer.

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  36. It's been so long I read a book.
    Wish I could go back to my reading days

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  37. We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo and My Policeman by Bethan Roberts



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  38. I can't decide between "The Firm" or "The Pelican Brief" both by John Grisham.

    I hope to meet John Grisham in the future and i will give him a big fat kissπŸ˜€

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    1. Same here...I watched the movies based on the book..Mehn beautiful

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  39. The Smart Money Woman


    Lane Minder

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  40. Triumph of the water Lilly. How I cried when reading the book! Gave it to someone to read too and when she saw me after reading ,she blamed me for giving her such a book . She said she cried uncontrollably.πŸ˜€

    I've been trying to download it to no available.

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  41. Persuasion by Jane austen
    Pride and prejudice
    The winner by David Baldacci
    Chicken soup for the soul
    Persuasion by Jane austen
    Pride and prejudice
    The winner by David Baldacci

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