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What do you read about?

What do you read about?

If you are a reader is there one topic that you like to read about more than any other? If there is a subject that you find yourself reading hours about then maybe it is a passion. Think about the type of books that you cannot put down.

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19 | Generalist, Content Creator, Student at Christ University. Stashing about entrepreneurship, self-help, spirituality and the most interesting stuff I read.

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