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Dave Wylie

is 51 years old.

And, is currently reading The Pork Butcher by David Hughes.

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  1. Dee Jamieson
    08/09/2012Artsy
    Hi Dave, it was great to read your stories. I felt moved....and enjoyed the humour...what's your next one? Dxx
  2. Maryam Salvotre
    10/01/2012Aphrodite
    thanks for the comment i really appreciate it
  3. Angharad A-Williams
    04/01/2012Huggable_Bubble
    Thank you for your comments on my story :D It is appreciated. x
  4. Uma Sreekumar
    03/01/2012umasreekumar
    dave thnx for your comment
  5. Angharad A-Williams
    01/01/2012Huggable_Bubble
    hello :D just to say welcome to bibliofaction :P I hope you enjoy reading the stories available and adding your own for other people's enjoyment. If you have any questions feel free to ask. x
Fullname
Dave Wylie
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My Favourite...

Author
Joseph Heller
Poem
Something by Larkin
Hero
Ken Saro-Wiwa
Villain
Cameron/Osborne
Music
Modern Jazz/XTC/Judee Sill
Film
The Odd Couple
Play
Black Watch/All My Sons
Piece of Art
Stanley Spencer
Radio Station
Radio 4
Radio Programme
Count Arthur Strong

My All-time Favourite Books

No. 1
Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
No. 2
Good as Gold - Joseph Heller
No. 3
A Girl in Winter - Philip Larkin
No. 4
Bus Conductor Hines - James Kelman
No. 5
Hilary Mantel - Wolf Hall

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