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October 2018

#secretread Can you keep a secret? You’ll need much longer than a month to read every book with that title, let alone any with a title containing the word ‘secret’.  Secrets can be good, but they can also be nasty, so you can read romances where secrets bring the happiest of happy endings, or thrillers where secrets threaten to ruin lives.

There are many non-fiction books claiming to have ‘the secret’; the secret to love, health, happiness, business, cooking, wealth, tassles (!). How can there be any secrets left in the world?

You may wish to keep the books you read, the shows you watch or the games you play secret from anyone else. Guilty pleasure reads , or movies you are embarrassed to love.    Or perhaps you want to keep a secret the books you are ashamed not to have read. Don’t give in to the shame! Read what you enjoy, skip what you don’t!

In the spirit of not keeping secrets, track and share your reading using Goodreads or Litsy. You can track and share the films you watch, too.

hidden door

Hidden door…..

Learn how to build a  hidden door bookshelf to hide your favourite place to read, watch and play.

While you are reading, playing or watching your #secretread, you might like to tweet about it using #secretread #rwpchat so that other people can have a conversation with you about your #secretread. You can add to the discussion on Pinterest too. You might like to post your photographs to Instagram or Flickr and use #secretread #rwpchat so others can share in your reading, watching and playing.

There will be a Twitter discussion on 30 October starting at 8pm Australian Eastern Standard Time,  9am – 11am BST. Note : This is a staggered discussion.

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