Which book titles do you find most memorable/influential?

For some books I have long forgotten the content, but the title is seared into my memory. Because it is catchy, powerful, or otherwise clever.

One that comes to mind is "Welcome to the Monkey House" by Kurt Vonneghut. It perfectly sums up his irreverent yet pessimistic style. Actually I think it would work as a title for almost all of his novels - the whole world was his monkey house. The other for me would be "Kusamakura" by Soseki Natsume. Literally it translates as grass pillow and the meaning is journey. But mainly I like it just because it sounds beautiful, the way the word rises and falls in equally lettered syllables.

Interested in others - even if its memorable for being so bad.

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Some interesting book titles in Breaking Bad during a climatic scene towards the end of S5. imgur.com/a/mNUnous
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What is the most impressive book title or film title you've heard?
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Help with a book title

I heard on the Shock Waves podcast a while back about a book that is about a girl who survives a slasher attack and is living with the PTSD afterwards. I can’t remember the name of it and figure someone here could help. Thanks in advance!

EDIT: I tweeted Shock Waves and the answer is Under the Blade, by Matt Serafini.

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Your username is now a movie/book title. What would it be about?
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Don’t Do This, Ever: Faleena Hopkins uses trademark to force other SP authors to re-title their books. jennytrout.com/?p=12071
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Master of Chaldea, you are in the library one day with Anderson and Shakespeare when one day you find a book title "Shipnote"... What shenanigans do you guys get up to?

Any pairing you write in the book will come true for the duration of 24 hours. The owner also has the ability to break up a relationship (created or previously existing) in a dramatic fashion. It also enhances already existing feelings. What shenanigans do you guys get up to?

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[TOMT]I read a book excerpt months ago, but I can't remember the book title[Book]

Sometime within the last year, I read an excerpt (from the first chapter, I believe) of a book that I think was due out soon, meaning it's probably already been released. I don't remember if I read it at the back of another book, or on a book blog, but I'm pretty sure it was in the back of another book. Just for reference, the types of books I read is along the lines of Palahniuk, Klostermann, Chris Buckley, Vonnegut, literary fiction in general. The writing in this particular excerpt reminded me of Klostermann, both in character and voice, but he's only written one novel and I don't think he has any others announced at this time.

Anyway, the protagonist of this story was a journalist (sports, I think) at a newspaper, and we are briefly introduced to his office and his coworkers, including his lady boss. A guy coworker asks him to do a favor for him, I believe it was to either pick up or deliver a package for him, but I'm not 100% sure on that one. The protagonist has to drive a bit o

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How to merge longest title on Calibre, or merge preserving metadata of last selected book?

A lot of times, when I'm trying to merge duplicate books, I'll see the following:

Book Title
Book Title: Valuable Words

Unfortunately, there's no way to keep the title of book #2.

I end up having to reverse the title sort order of the main window, so I can finally merge it as :

Book Title: Valuable Words
Book Title

There has got to be a way around this, right?

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Is there a way to filter the rows in a sheet based on the email address of the currently logged in user?

I need about 20 people to collaborate on one big sheet and don't want them to bother other people's stuff.

I can populate each row with the email address of the relevant person for that row. Is there a way for me to filter what the person sees to only show rows that match their email address based on their current Google Session?

If not is there another way to approach this that makes sense? Each person will be managing 20-30 rows. ~550 total rows.

Thanks!

e.g

TeacherEMail StudentID Student Name BookTitle BookSKU
betty@k12.edu 12312312 Sally From Head to Toe 3LQ-916302
betty@k12.edu 12312313 Pete On the Go 3LQ-818854
ben@k12.edu 12312319 Matt Clifford the Big Red Dog 3LQ-34125

When Betty logs in she just sees Sally and Pete, she can pick book title using data validation and BookSKU is populated via VLOOKUP

When Ben logs in he just sees Matt. Same thing. Changes they make to Boo

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Filtering from multiple worksheets

Hi, all,

I'm trying to do something that I thought would be really simple, but I'm stumped. I have an Excel file with lots of worksheets. Each of these has a similar set of data: book titles, book authors and the number of copies we have of each book. I would like a separate worksheet to filter all the data from all the other worksheets and present a list of all items where the number of books is less than 6 (the minimum amount we need), so we know which books and how many of each we need to buy. I used this FILTER function on one worksheet and it worked beautifully:

=FILTER(Sheet1!$A:$C;Sheet1!$C:$C<6)

But when I try to get data from more than one worksheet it gives a #VALUE! error. I'm trying like this:

=FILTER(Sheet1:Sheet2!$A:$C;Sheet1:Sheet2!$C:$C<6)

Evaluating the error tells me it's happening in the second argument of the function (Sheet1:Sheet2!$C:$C<6) so it seems the first reference is fine.

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Return first book by each author

The question is, "For each author, return the title and published_date of their first book. The result set should have five columns: author’s id, author’s name, book’s id, book’s title, and book’s published_date. "

So i have

SELECT authors.id, authors.author, books.id, books.title, books.published_date

FROM authors

INNER JOIN books

ON authors.id = books.author_id

So I have the ouput I want except its displaying every book by each author with the required items, how to I get it to only show the book with the earliest published_date?

Thanks in advance.

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Best way to parse large CSV file without consuming too much memory

I have a rails app hosted on Heroku. One worker is parsing a 500 Mo CSV file, which is consuming a lot of memory, resulting in shutting down Heroku's dyno. Do you have any idea how to parse the file without consuming too much memory?

Here is the worker's code:

def perform(book_id)

@book = Book.find(book_id)

csv_text = open('url_path/datafeed.csv')

csv = CSV.parse(csv_text, :headers =&gt; true)

csv.each do |row|

if row[1] == @book.title

@book.update(data_url: row[0])

end

end

Thanks.

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[Spoilers] The Book of Secrets (the plot device, not a euphemism for the DoS)

Spoilers below...

Edit: Purhox_arhox is crap at interesting fact. Skip to the comments and read @qoou’s analysis below to really learn something.

In the comments of another thread, @BioLogIn and I had a friendly exchange over β€œThe Book of Secrets” Kvothe finds in the archives and this illustration in SROST:

http://imgur.com/fCRRt8i

The illustration in the link is a picture of one of Auri’s shelves from SROST that contains a book titled β€œBook of Secrets.”

This, of course, sounds suspiciously like the book Kvothe finds in the archives. β€œThe Book of Secrets” Kvothe finds is notable for a couple reasons:

  1. It is found in the Dead Ledgers.
  2. It is the β€œbest” source Kvothe finds on his own about the Chandrian in the archives, though it is not β€œgood.”
  3. The page where the image of the Chandrian should be is blank, but is surrounded by β€œdecorative scroll work.” Some have speculated that this scroll-work is linked to the Yllish knots and is distorting the text or image contained. 4
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The Warhammer 40k Legends collection has finally been completed

Hi all,

160 weeks ago, or 40 months, on 07/09/2016.... the 40k legends collection started (think it was nearly October before i got first one)

which was a simple subscription, that every 2 weeks i got a new 40k book (sent 2 at a time, so once a month) i now have all 80 books!

here are books 1-40 https://i.imgur.com/eaVgpR9.jpg

and books 41-80 https://i.imgur.com/GG3Yyq5.jpg

If anyone knows of a good way to show off 80 books with a continual spine art... let me know

super annoyingly though... they didnt come in order... todays final 2, were 67 and 73 in the set.

ive got a huge table for a comment, which will list all the books, title, book number and order i the art work, plus the author.

It contains a few books from 30k, but mostly 40k. With 74 novels by 19 different authors, and 6 Anthologies. The longest being Titanicus at 423 pages, and the shortest being Mephiston: Lord of Death at 102 pages

I will admit, i had not actually read any 40k books before this.. but the last

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I'm making book covers!

Edit: I'm still open to doing these for the good folks on here.

Trying to refine my Photoshop skills in a practical way and figured doing some book cover artwork could be fun. Instead of making up fake novels, I figured someone here might appreciate the help.

All I'd need from you is:

Book Title:

Book Subtitle:

Author Name:

Blurb/ Quotes/ Any specific images you'll need.

Genre:

Preferred Colours:

Anything else that you think might help.

Here are the examples so far:

Terrors: https://www.instagram.com/p/BixqsmCl7_M/?taken-by=studiodigitalhq

The Rising Sun: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bir4uBPlzw8/?taken-by=studiodigitalhq

The Year The Warranties Expire: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bip6UCngHsp/?taken-by=studiodigitalhq

Ghost on the Hills: https://www.instagram.com/p/BipdRnVFpxT/?taken-by=studiodigitalhq

Mad Science: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bi2NKDaFQHM/?taken-by=studiodigitalhq

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Hacking challenge.

Hello!

I'm on a tech team for a school district. Our department has weekly challenges that help us stay up to date with hacking methods so we are better aware and more likely to spot hacking attempts, also to help us increase our understanding of the hacker universe. Since we are a School District we are constantly getting random attacks, some small, some large.

The challenges are made by our data systems manager, and since no one else really knows mysql, he decided to make that the final challenge. I think I've made the most head way, but I don't know what my next step would be. I'd rather not put the link to the challenge on the net, so instead I'll tell you what I've been able to find.

The challenge is a Library Database from what I can tell. Thousands of books in the database. I've only gotten a handful of commands to work and I'll list the results down below. Most of the code is snippets that I've found from the web.

' OR EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM dual WHERE database(

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[Contest] Arkham, Home Sweet Home! A Escape Room Experience

You ride with Daisy Walker into a dark and gloomy town. The streets seem abandoned, the β€œmissing people” signs litter the streets, and some store fronts are boarded up.

β€œThis is where you grew up? I always thought a classy dame like you came from someplace nice.”

β€œIt use to be a good place. Before it all started.” She looked out the window of the car, her eyes flickering about. Her blonde hair while bouncy driving over potholes, but the rest of her was neither bouncy or fluid. She was doing a poor job of concealing her fear.

β€œI’m glad you guys came with me, I couldn’t do this alone. Not after last time.” Silence feel over the car.

β€œOh, we got this! Don’t you worry Daisy.” A slim young man seated behind her leaned forward, grabbing her shoulders. β€œWe can beat up a few monsters for you.” He turns to the rest of the car. β€œI bet it’ll even be fun.”

Daisy whipped her head around and glared at him. β€œYou say that now James. How will you feel when your friends get brainwashed and ar

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A userscript to allow you to easily link to books

I was asked to make a self-post

I've written a userscript that runs on page load and converts links to book names or isbn numbers (sort of like the spoiler is a link) into usable links to buy or read or lookup reviews of the book itself.

The first time you run it, it requests an API key for a (free) ISBNdb account; every time after this, it does a lookup of the contents of the link on ISBNdb to grab the book's ISBN number, title, and author. It then replaces the link with Book by Author, followed by clickable favicons for LibraryThing, GoodReads, smile.Amazon, Google Books, and BookFinder. If you don't want to sign up for ISBNdb and/or ISBNdb is down, it gracefully falls back to a link to these websites' search functions.

You should put the book's title as the link text (as this is what gets displayed in the case of the search function), and you can use the search criteria (isbn10, isbn13, book title, book title + author, etc)

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Forth and macros/code generation

I want some colon definition, let's say

: mydef

to take some string parameter from stack, let's say

s" something"

and automatically generate a set of words

something-a, something-b, etc.

That's the way, for instance, the DEFSTRUCT macro works in Lisp. Calling this:

(defstruct book title author subject book-id )

creates the book-title, book-author, ... functions.

(edited) My questions:

  • Is it an acceptable way of doing this?

  • Can I do this using Forth's interpretation/compilation semantics and related words?

  • In general, is generating Forth code as string and evaluating it a bad programming practice (when postpone/immediate aren't of much help or lead to a difficult solution) ?

(I could't even nest a :noname inside a colon definition. The most recent version of GForth (0.79) offers the [: ;] words to enable creating unnamed definitions inside a definition.)

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How to use left joins in Rails

I posted a question on Stackoverflow asking what is the idiomatic way of working with left outer joins in Rails. I realise that it might be a question better suited to here than SO - so I'll ask again.

How do you work with left outer joins in Rails? The TL;DR of what I'm trying to achieve is a way of finding all books and whether they've been read or not by a user. So far I have tried:

# Returns all books but will mark a book read if it has been read by another user
Book.left_joins(:readings)

# Returns only books read by a user
Book.left_joins(:readings).where(readings: { user_id: current_user.id })

# Works but is verbose and adds a property to Book, rather than using the Reading model
Book.select("books.*, CASE WHEN readings.id IS NOT NULL THEN true ELSE false END as read")
    .joins("LEFT OUTER JOIN readings ON readings.book_id = books.id AND readings.user_id = ?", 
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I need more random tables!

I'm putting together a collection of random tables. So far, I have random tables for:

Names: Beatrixm, Frizzle, Gisselle, etc. Clan Names: Battlehammer, fireforge, strongheart, etc. Family Names: Caerdonel, Koehlanna, Xistsrith, etc. Honorifics: Chief, Honorable, Viscount, etc. Epithets: The Bastard, The Gentle, The Sailor King, etc. Races: Aasimar, kobold, halfling, etc. Professions: Entertainer, entertainer, military, etc. Traits: Argumentative, imaginative, promiscuous, etc. Flaws and Secrets: Addiction, exaggerates, secret crime, etc. Mannerisms: Always eating food, prone to singing or humming quietly, uses colorful oaths or exclamations, etc. Frills: Always wears a masks: frowning, smiling, or surprised, gloves and matching scarf of electric-blue velvet, sword enchanted with the voices of singing men, etc. Insults: "Are you in great physical pain or is that your thinking expression," "if your brains were explosives, there wouldn’t be enough to blow your hat off," etc. Trinkets: B

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Android: add object to list and use in another activity

Hi there,

I am very new to android programming and set myself a challenge to create a book shop app.

I am using a card and recyclerview, I have attached a button to each card so when user clicks "add to cart" a message is displayed "this item has been added to your basket"

What I would like to happen is:

a) the actionbar basket icon to increment by 1 each time the add to cart button is clicked AND

b) for the book object to be added to a list, so that when I open the cart it displays the content of the list, if no items added it simply displays a "empty cart" message - THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT then my point A

This is my book adapter class:

public class BooksAdapter extends       
RecyclerView.Adapter&lt;BooksAdapter.ViewHolder&gt;{


private Context context;
private List&lt;Book&gt; books;

public BooksAdapter(Context context, List&lt;Book&gt; books) {
    this.context = context;
    this.books = books;
}

@Override
public ViewHolder onCreat
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[MYSQL]

Hey so I'm having trouble with JOIN queries. The first image shows my tables and whats inside them and the second image shows my select statement and my result. What is suppose to be happening is that I'm suppose to display the author name, book title, book category and prize for all books. the books without a prize are suppose to show null. What is happening is that for every book with a null prize, the author name is null too and it's not suppose to do that. Am I doing my select statement wrong? Thank you!

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What do you do shelving-wise when a famous author dies and someone else continues their series?

I just weeded a bunch of "Robert B. Parker's [Book Title]" books because Parker no longer writes the series, so we shelve them under "FIC [actual author's last name]." I've always felt good about the practice of shelving Robert B. Parker's Revelation by Robert Knott under Knott rather than Parker for the very obvious reason that Knott wrote the book. However, weeding these titles made me worry that fans of the series aren't finding the newer ones because they are not co-located with the older books, and that maybe we should shelve them under Parker instead of under Knott for better discoverability.

Which option do you favor? Why?

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Why is an undefined error coming up when split is run?

This is my program that has to pass test cases I wrote in Jasmine for the assignment to be complete. The idea is to create a book object, pass in a title, capitalize the proper words, then set it to the title value. Here is an example test case for inferno:

beforeEach(function() {
		var book = new bookTitles.bookTitle(); // creates a new book instance before each test is run
	});

	it('should capitalize the first letter', function() {
		book.title = 'inferno';
		expect(book.title).toEqual('inferno'); // works without capitalizing
	});

Right now the goal is to get the input of "inferno" to be returned as a capitalized value set to the bookTitle object. When 'the code to be tested' is run in JSbin, it says that split cannot work on an undefined variable. Why is this occurring? Note I tweaked a couple variable names to work within JSbin, no need to worry about that. If I can understand the issue conceptually I'll be able to fix it for the proper test cases.

Link to JSbin:

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Compilation of Destin's Audiobook Recommendations

Update: Destin's Official List

SED # Book Title Book Author
159 Skunk Works Ben R. Rich, Leo Janos
158 Tough As They Come Travis Mills
155 The Restaurant at the End of the Universe Douglas Adams
151 Dreams from My Father Barack Obama
151 The Audacity of Hope Barack Obama
149 Packing for Mars Mary Roach
138 Endurance Alfred Lansing
133 An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth Chris Hadfield
128 Ender's Game Orson Scott Card
127 Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! Richard Feynman
124 To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
123 The Martian Andy Weir
122 Native Son Richard Wright
117 The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe CS Lewis
115 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Jules Verne
108 The Secret Life of Houdini William Kalush
105 The Shark's Paintbrush Jay Harman
104 The Fault in Our Stars John Green
103 Letters to a Young Scientist Edward O. Wilson
102 Wicked Bugs Amy Stewart
101 Failure is Not an Option Gene Kranz
99 The Five Love
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From list to table

I'm trying to write a program that would take any file that is a table and it would return it as a list of dictionary A example of a table would be the following: book.title,book.year,book.author Godel Escher Bach, 1979, Douglas Hofstadter What if?, 2014, Randall Munroe http://pastebin.com/iTQ0W246 Right now i can only read the line and then return as a list how i make it from a table

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I want autoMod to recognize title with one word + any one word from a list. I think I'm doing it wrong.
## What Order to Watch? Movies

title: ["movies?\\s+(order|watch)"]
modifiers: [includes, regex]
comment: "Blah blah link to wiki page"


## Where to Start? Books

title: ["books?\\s+(start|order|best|read)"]
modifiers: [includes, regex]
comment: "words and wiki link"

That's what I've got. My goal is to get it to catch posts where people are asking what order to watch Star Wars in (or read the books). We've got an extensive discussion of it in the wiki and we want folks to read it.

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Korra's Journey "just my thoughts"

Hey there my fellow Korrasamians,

I'm new to Reddit and to posting things like this in general, so I apologize if I come off all wonky. Now that the finale has aired and the screaming and celebration are in full swing ((will they ever truly end I wonder?)) I thought I'd just find a way to add my two cents to the whole Korrasami ending and what the Avatar setting has meant to me.

As a straight male, and one slightly older than a chunk of the fan base I am by no means embarrassed to say I cried during that finale. And each time I watch it since, I cry. That's a powerful thing I think, when an animated piece of what is technically considered "children's programing" can make a grown man well up and release tears and no short amount sheer joy at the sight of two female characters finally expressing a love that has been building for four seasons. ((I am still flabbergasted by all those who cannot see it. How is it me, a "lunk head guy" could see it for what it was, while so many othe

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Help configuring permalink structure with custom taxonomy?

I have a custom taxonomy that I would like to show up in my URLs. I also have a custom post type that the taxonomy is associated with. The custom post type is set to be a book title. The taxonomy is set as a hierarchal structure, such as:

History
    1401
    1402
    2330 
Math
    1401
    1402
    2330 
Science
    1401
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I would like for my URLs to be formatted like this: www.website.com/class/history/1401/book-title

Here is my custom taxonomy:

	function add_class_taxonomies() {
		register_taxonomy('class', 'post', array(
			'hierarchical' =&gt; true,
			'labels' =&gt; array(
				'name' =&gt; _x( 'Class', 'taxonomy general name' ),
				'singular_name' =&gt; _x( 'Class', 'taxonomy singular name' ),
				'search_items' =&gt;  __( 'Search Classes' ),
				'all_items' =&gt; __( 'All Classes' ),
				'parent_item' =&gt; __( 'Parent Class' ),
				'parent_item_colon' =&gt; __( 'Paren
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JSON Formatting Quotations (Fixes/Changes)

Once upon a time a simple JSON command would look something like this:

/give @p written_book 1 0 {author:"book",title:"book",pages:[[{text:"here is text",clickEvent:{action:"run_command",value:"/summon ArmorStand ~ ~ ~ {CustomName:\"JSON Formatting \",CustomNameVisible:true,NoGravity:true,NoAI:true,Tags:[\"Remember to Escape those Quotations\"]}"},extra:[{text: So many Backslashes!",color:green}]}]]}

but now (for technical reasons) it's required to have quotations around every JSON tag and value. Notice the difference?

/give @p written_book 1 0 {author:"book",title:"book",pages:["[{\"text\":\"here is text\",\"clickEvent\":{\"action\":\"run_command\",\"value\":\"/summon ArmorStand ~ ~ ~ {CustomName:\\\"JSON Formatting \\\",CustomNameVisible:true,NoGravity:true,NoAI:true,Tags:[\\\"Remember to Escape those Quotations\\\"]}\"},\"extra\":[{\"text\":\" So many Backslashes!\",\"color\":\"green\"}]}]"]}

From the inside of a command block, this is not only distracting, but also very

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Submit your meta-level commentary here

This subreddit is an experiment in social meta-analysis. Thank you for participating. Please post documents reporting primary evidence regarding the link between human dopamine levels and SSRT.

Qualifying posts may link to any relevant primary report including sample and effect sizes, which may include (but is not necessarily limited to):

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  • Patents that report primary data

Qualifying research methods are currently limited to:

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  • studies
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My Secret Santa kicks ass!

So, I was in kind of a bad mood this morning. Not for any too specific of a reason. It's finals time, stress, etc. But then I went to check my mail.

There was this lovely, lumpy envelope with my name on it and a "Hello_From_REDDIT :)" on the outside! I eagerly scurried back to my room and opened said envelope.

Inside was a small book titled "Book of Secrets." I've read a good bit of it so far, and I am really enjoying it!

Additionally, there was an awesome Doctor Who (one of my favorite shows!) keychain! The bottom of it opens up so you can store things inside it. So cool!

The final thing was an awesome and funny LOST (my very favorite show) t-shirt! I'm wearing it as I type this, and I love it!

So thank you, my lovely, awesome, fantasmic Secret Santa! You have made me oh-so very happy today! :D

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A very specific book title
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I make hollow books for a living and recently have been making hollow book dice trays. I'd like suggestions for other titles, CC. What do you think?

Greetings!

Several years ago I started making hollow books for a hobby, and it turned into a full-time job. I handcraft real books with my scroll saw. I'm always looking for new titles to do.

I'd love to know:

  • What title would you want if you were to use a hollow book dice tray?
  • What problems do you see with using a hollow book as a dice tray?
  • Would you want a large book? Or a smaller one to take up less table space?

This is my H.P. Lovecraft felt-lined dice tray:

https://preview.redd.it/oiaknp2cr5k41.png?width=1000&format=png&auto=webp&s=ea08e2776874136a67b9d8cff1122d17fc79ab96

Thanks in advance for any and all CC!

p.s. Since people asked and mods OK'd it, you can go to the dice tray sections here in my shops: secretsafebooks.etsy.com and secretsafebooks.com

I do custom orders; just email me [

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Apparent title of the final Psychic Awakening book: Pariah.
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Booker T on The Revival: "If they (WWE) came to me and said, 'Hey Book, we're going to give you a million dollars a year. You're not going to win any titles. We'll give you TV time. A 15-year contract.' I'm gonna shut the hell up. I don't give a damn about no titles." fightful.com/wrestling/bo…
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TIL that after reading a book on wrestling, Adolph Rupp coached an Iowa high school to the 1926 state wrestling title en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ado…
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Describe the plot of the last book you read in one sentence, without mentioning the title or names that would give it away. Let's see if we can guess...
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In 2008, a Psychic named Sylvia Browne wrote a book titled β€œEnd Of Days” and predicted the Coronavirus, she said it will vanish as quickly as it arrived and come back in 10 years.
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If your life was published as a book, what would you title it?
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Hangman Page will release a children's book titled "Adam & The Golden Horseshoe" on May 24th
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I was an avid hunter of Discworld books in shops. Now that I'm only missing one (I Shall Wear Midnight), it's getting harder to find. I could just order online, but I feel it's cheating, and no more books after that. It's like a treasure hunt fulfilled when I find a random STP title in book sales
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Dr. Kleiner has written a book! The title is "From Here To There In Under a Second"
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[WP] You’re a frequent patron of a tiny bookstore in your town. As improbable as it seems, the owner always has every book you ask for. On a whim, you ask him if he has a book that doesn’t existβ€”the one you want to write. He hands you a book. One the cover is the title you asked for and your name.
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Saw 9 is officially titled β€œSpiral: From the Book Of Saw” and has an official poster now. Starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson:

here’s the poster. I’m hyped about this movie, I can tell it’s most likely gonna be really good.

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Some more of my Pariah concept work, just as the the rumors start swirling about our Psychic Awakening book title...
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Discreet but brilliant title design for Chomsky's book
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A book titled "Woman" by 15 men... Didn't read, but I'm sure it's a winner.
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Audible, the backlog of unreleased books is a joke. Please hire the out of work audio engineers to QA titles.

So, Audible has an "automated" system to QC titles and the queue has been backed up since November. First, they blamed the holidays, now they are blaming the virus and the new software they implemented.

All Audible QA/QC workers are remote, and always have been, so its not a transition issue.

Support phone lines have been shut down, and the emails don't get answered either. As a publisher, I have 6 titles that have been in queue for months, and the worker they are assigned to has not responded to any messages from Audible Customer Support since Feb 2nd, so the person has obviously gone MIA and isn't working anymore. (US based, btw)

No response to the request to get my books transferred to another QA person, and CSR says that management is so overwhelmed they can't override the files that have been locked in CMS by the missing employee.

Big publishers are getting their books pushed through in 3-4 days. Its the indies and small folks who are getting screwed, even though our titles ma

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Without saying the title, what’s your favorite book?
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How would you describe your sex life with a game/book/movie title?
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Chris Rock's 'Saw' Reboot is Officially Titled β€œSpiral: From the Book of Saw” slashfilm.com/saw-reboot-…
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I’m a photographer and student learning cinematography and how writing impacts it. Drawing inspiration from this community as well as the books I’ve begun cracking open like this photo book titled, β€œAmerica at Home” πŸ“·πŸŽžπŸ“½βœοΈ
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So, Andrew Says He's Thinking About Writing Another Book // My Title Suggestion: "UNF***ING AMERICA" Inspired by Andrew's Catchphrase "Unf**k" (See: Trevor Noah's bit about the phrase.) Feel free to workshop titles in this thread. ✍️
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New D&D book title will be announced on January 9 amazon.com/dp/0786966912/…
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Book lovers of Reddit, what was the title of the first book that you have read that made you love reading?
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What is the WORST book title you've ever read?

Anything goes! Any genre, any title, as long as it's super either cringeworthy, terrible, doesn't make sense at all, is just lame, doesn't tell you ANYTHING whatsoever about the book/has nothing to do with the book's contents, or anything else you can think of that makes it a terrible title!

Here's the one that prompted me making this thread:

'The Loosening Skin'

??

FRONT PAGE EDIT: donate to FOUR PAWS, buy many books, enjoy life.

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Title: Wishful Pleasures (2020), Artist: JQHN(By me!) -Gel pen on A4(Uncolored)- Front Cover for a book I'm currently working on!
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Another from an old Betty Crocker book. The description at the top is the best title. So just read that.
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Name the last book you read and add β€œCoronavirus” to the title. What do you get?
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Book of Mormon Title Page Examined

I started a blog. Would appreciate any feedback:

https://notyourmothersmormonism.com/blog/bom-title-page/

Something I learned while preparing this post was that the document Harris brought to Anthon was supposedly the last leaf and title page of the Book of Mormon.

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Per @raphamarinho of Combate, the UFC are looking to book a bantamweight title bout between Henry Cejudo and Jose Aldo as the main event of UFC 250 on May 9 in Sao Paulo twitter.com/aaronbronstet…
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[Discussion] This book's title was so misleading :( :( :(
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Your username is now the title of a book, what's the book about?
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If you were to write a book right now, what would the title be?
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(SELLING) $7 Recent 4K Releases, Frozen II 4K, Knives Out 4K, Ford v Ferrari 4K, Zombieland: Double Tap 4K, Ad Astra 4K, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 4K, Terminator: Dark Fate 4K, John Wick 1-3 4K, Fast & Furious 1-8 4K, The Jungle Book 4K, Ralph Breaks the Internet 4K, and 50+ other titles

Large list. Lots of 4K titles. I've got lots of Disney 4K not currently on Disney+. Some $5 TV seasons. Tons of other HD titles below, too.

Have multiple copies of some titles, so if it doesn't say SOLD, I may still have stock--don't hesitate to ask!

Certain HD iTunes codes should port to 4K and are marked accordingly, but are not guaranteed.

Check 4K Sheet to be sure.

PayPal F&F ONLY. Codes are checked before posting and double-checked before sending.

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An Interesting Title (For a New Book)
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FINALLY, my first 80+ match. Booked an heel turn by Hangman on Omega mid match, plus PAC attacking him and the Lucha Bros conquering the AEW Tag Team Title. Now we have Omega vs Hangman for the next PPV (and Jake Roberts as Hangman manager too)
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bodyguard book title revealed...what are your first impressions??
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Does anyone wonder what the title was of a book they read when they were younger?

I read a lot of rando books from the library growing up, and who knows what method I used to select them. I remembered a book about a board game (or something similar) which had to do with aliens and pigs... just googled and it appears I read Interstellar Pig? I’m about to order it on Amazon to tap into my past reading history. Have you had a book that stuck with you but you only have snippets of the plot and therefore had a hard time identifying it?

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How dare this Half Price Books stock up all these titles I want mere weeks after I already made my Flash Sale purchases. The temptation is real!!!!
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I have recently become interested in geopolitics, building up a niche collection of books which I found intriguing. I would like to hear your thoughts and opinions on these titles, and what else you would recommend.
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put 'kinky' in front of a game,movie,book title, what changes?
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The title for this psychology book is great; the single block is a nice touch.
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Amazon's list of 50 top-selling Star Wars books is 100% Legends EU novels, with not a single Disney "canon" title among them amazon.com/Best-Sellers-B…
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If you wrote a book about your teaching experiences, what would the title be?

"Fantastic Teenagers and Where To Find Their Homework."

OR

"You Did WHAT for a Dollar??? and Other Things I Never Thought I'd Say."

Those would be my two.

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My most profitable book title
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TIL various networks suggested the title of the show [Schitt's Creek] be changed to sound less profane. The Levys resisted and to prove their point, brought pages copied from a phone book showing listings for individuals with the "Schitt" surname. The CBC allowed them to keep the original title. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sch…
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You get to drop an F-bomb in any book or movie title, where do you put it?
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If your Reddit name was the title of a book, what would the book be about?
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