Here are my October 2008 recommendations for the Relaxation Book of the Month. Go ahead and enjoy this fiction book and this non-fiction book.
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My non-fiction relaxation book of the month for October 2008 is HTML, XHTML, and CSS, Sixth Edition: Visual QuickStart Guide by Elizabeth Castro.
If you're like many people out there, you are thinking about creating your own website. Websites can bring in a little extra cash every month or they can be a great way for you to share your passion with the world.
There are many useful tools out there to help you build your site, such as this excellent way to take your passion and make a website with Site Build It! or you can learn HTML or XHTML on your own.
This reference book is extremely useful if you choose to do it all on your own.
I didn't know much about programming but this book took me from point A and gently taught me everything I needed to create a simple website. No fluff and plenty of useful references, including a very useful color chart on the back cover.
My fiction relaxation book of the month for October 2008 isn't really a "book" per se. I didn't have much spare time this month, so I read my copy of Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine.
Each magazine is filled with a few mystery short stories. Some of the best suspense and mystery writers get published in this magazine.
Each story can easily be read in one sitting and it's small enough to take on the bus with you. Perfect commute reading!
I simply love these short stories as every word counts and there is no unnecessary descriptions or background information.
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