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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    hahahaha. I'm going to go replace all my books with ones about self-help and hope and change and love.
    Yea, I don't read much for pleasure, not books I buy, anyways. I prefer other activities.
    I am getting into some economics books now; they are still.....practical guides for the most part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUP View Post
    Most of my books are practical guides. Yes, my collection is true-to-type.
    Does your collection include an auto repair manual?

    (in all seriousness, though, I also have tons of those, e.g. all-purpose home maintenance guides, knitting pattern books, sewing books, craft manuals that I've never even opened But I didn't take them to school with me.)
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    I also keep a list of all the books I read, and rate them. What does that say about my type?
    Dude. My INTJ (formerly INFJ) aunt and her INFJ sister (i.e. my mom) BOTH do that.
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    i've read a lot of memoirs and stories about people with hard lives. i have a few psychology books too, also astrology, tarot, palm reading books. my friend said my house was like a 'trippy library' lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Does your collection include an auto repair manual?
    Actually, no. I know very little about cars or motorcycles. Not stereotypical in that way.

    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    (in all seriousness, though, I also have tons of those, e.g. all-purpose home maintenance guides, knitting pattern books, sewing books, craft manuals that I've never even opened But I didn't take them to school with me.)
    Most of mine are cooking, psychology, computer, software, makeup guides. Lately, economics books have been added.
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    Man, you guys are actually healthy. I have my philosophy readings and... that's it
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    Herm, had to take a peek at my collection. There's loads more as I've filled up about three bookcases in my room, this is just the gist of it.

    Shakespeare
    A couple Neil Gaiman books
    The Harry Potter series+the Tales of Beedle the Bard
    In Cold Blood
    A couple Vonnegut books
    The high school reading list (A Tale of Two Cities, to Kill a Mockingbird and the like)
    Some Haruki Murakami stuff
    The Abhorsen trilogy
    the Lord of the Rings
    A Wizard of Earthsea
    Ender's Game
    Le Morte De Arthur
    Some Amy Tan stuff
    Watchmen
    His Dark Materials series
    Memoirs of notable people both loved and reviled
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    Most of my books are about evo psych (David Buss, Steven Pinker, Richard Dawkins, Charles Darwin...) and philosophy (Aristotle, Locke, J.S. Mill, Karl Marx....)

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    The genres mostly include:

    - Architecture
    - Philosophy
    - Psychology
    - Paranormal
    - Religion
    - Fantasy
    - Art

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    My bookshelf:

    - A large section of dictionaries and books for learning foreign languages
    - A handful of fantasy novels
    - Some manga
    - A couple classics (Of Mice and Men and Siddhartha)
    - Some more nonfiction I probably don't need :P

    I'm a bit embarrassed to admit this, but I don't read much.

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    great thread i read mostly fiction, spiritual stuff, psychology (some type) and art/design books. here's my favorites shelf on my goodreads: [IMG][/IMG]

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