Read a book from every year of your life challenge

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Dec 2021
9:43pm, 26 Dec 2021
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I actually enjoyed adding some non fiction in, I learned slot more about Brooklyn bridge than I was expecting
Dec 2021
7:55am, 27 Dec 2021
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Ooh, I wonder if my son in law to be (henceforth SiLtb) has that book, he's a clinical psychologist :-)
Dec 2021
10:01am, 27 Dec 2021
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Nord SledRunner
The SiLTB might well know of another book from the very same year by Aaron Beck that in retrospect was the start of the CBT or «cognitive behavior therapy» style of treatment. It didn't really get going until the late 70s. (Sorry for going so off-topic.)

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The plan to read a book that was first published from each year of your life.
Doesn't matter how long it takes.

some websites for ideas

Fantastic Fiction

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