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Playing without the ball – rich wallace

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  • 1. Playing without the ball – Rich Wallace<br />Ingredients:<br />1x-amazing author who can really tell a story without boring the reader with hints of comedy, mystery, sadness and surprises. <br />1x-hardborn paper jacketed book with a picture exactly opposite of the title. <br />2x people the book is dedicated to<br />18x chapters in which the story is divided into<br />20x lines on a page that tell the story<br />Instructions:<br />
    • First of all start out the book reading the first page and I would recommend start it sitting on your sofa in the evening or a time where you don’t have to rush anything.
    • 2. Don’t forget to read the each and everyone of the chapter titles because they give you an idea of what the whole chapter is going to be about.
    • 3. Read each and every one of the sentences and words on each page because those are the things that are going to help you understand the entire story.
    • 4. Keep care that you don’t start reading anything else along the way keeping PLAYING WITHOUT THE BALL half-read because it will just make you confused and half happy.
    • 5. Read a little bit everyday so that you don’t forget what happened and can have the pleasure of reading for a long time .
    • 6. After you have finished reading the book recommend it to your other friends to help the author get a little more fame.