Source of DJS reading material?

Is anybody aware of some good reading material for those that are trying to learn Diamond Jubilee?  The exercises in the books are exceedingly lame.
I can read most of the Fables book from the angelfishy site, but it is written in Anniversary edition.

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  1. Hi Lee   Unfortunately, there is no reading material for DJS as there was for Anny. I'm not sure, but I don't think there was any even for Simplified.   Ms Letha's site had some on it, but I've not been able to get on to it recently — perhaps someone could let us know if the website address has changed? I bought a Centennial book just so I could have something else to read. Those exercises are a little lame, too, but not nearly as dated as the DJS books!

  2. Hi Chuck;   I'm learning from "Gregg / Shorthand For Colleges / Volume One."  I'm somewhere around Lesson 20, but I dip backwards fairly often.   I'm not looking for graded material, though — I think that even difficult reading material (when accompanied by a good reference) is a great exercise.   Lee

  3. Just to clarify, I'm sure TODAY'S SECRETARY was still being printed when I worked for McGraw-Hill in the early 1980s. I recall our plate writer, Jerry Edleman, doing the S-90 plates for TS.


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