The thinnest books in the Dunshelm Library

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Still touching that nerve. Never mind, he's gone now.

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Learn to count by Sylvester Hans (well it wouldn't get past 3 without some difficulty).

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How to live a happy life by the Gargoyle
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The Art Of Self-Consistent Script-Writing, by Tim Child.

Tips For Directing A Fan-Made Film Project Without Getting Impatient With Members Of The Cast, by Snowcat.

Tips For Directing A Fan-Made Film Project Without Resorting To Inappropriately Derivative Script-Writing, by Adam Battersby.

Remembering Faces, by Grimaldine.

Recognising The Right Time And Place For Gloating, by Lord Fear.
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HStorm wrote:
Tips For Directing A Fan-Made Film Project Without Getting Impatient With Members Of The Cast, by Snowcat.
ah right! ah right! :-\

Sheesh, it was either that or we didn't finish... (Last shots filmed at 4ish AM on the LAST day we had the equipment and most had to return home.... Remember?!?)

I never asked to direct the thing anyway! It just kinda ........ happened... Presumably because no-one had the heart to tell me to sod-off or similar... ;)

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Tips For Taking A Joke Without Losing Your Temper, by Snowcat.
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;) :)

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Staying sober by Brother Mace
How to defeat Goblins by McGrew
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"How to remain calm during a quest - By Majida"
"How to make a bad TV show - By Tim Child"
"How to wear fashionable clothes - By Elita"
"How to produce high-quality dungeon scenes - 1991 special"
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"How to correctly dispell SHROUD" by Series 2 Team 7's Mark.

Another book by the same author:

"An easy way of telling the difference between SHOVEL and SPADE".
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How to get cut up in the corridor of spears by Barry's team (Series 7)
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Being polite to wizards by Gundrada.
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