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It's been an interesting year so far. I've lost both my Moms. My mother died in January after a long decline. Soon after, my Mother-in-Law went in for bypass surgery. While her heart healed, other issues zapped her strength and she died April 22.

I may have challenge update posts but I don't know when I'll be posting regularly or when I'll get to visit everyone who is working on the challenges I'm hosting.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:



  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


Menolly pulled away. "What good's a beating then, if it's numbed away first chance?" And she dashed out of the Hall.

Much Mavi cared if she hurt, anyhow, except that a sound body works harder and longer and faster.
Dragonsong
Anne McCaffrey



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Monday, May 30, 2011

Reading Challenge - ALA's Top Ten most frequently challenged books for 2010

Lee Wind at I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell do I read? has asked us to join him in reading the American Library Association's Top Ten Most Frequently Challenged Books for 2010. Now, the challenge isn't "official" but I feel that we should all read at least one of these (Twilight is on the list) just to prove we can read whatever we want. Check out his post about the list and join us!

The list came out in April of 2011 and he'd like to us read the books before the next list comes out. I wonder if I can count And Tango Makes Three if I read it again?

Links should go to the author's web page (thanks Lee!)


1. And Tango Makes Three, by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson
Reasons: homosexuality, religious viewpoint, and unsuited to age group
~reviewed~


2. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie
Reasons: offensive language, racism, sex education, sexually explicit, unsuited to age group, and violence

3. Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley
Reasons: insensitivity, offensive language, racism, and sexually explicit

4. Crank, by Ellen Hopkins
Reasons: drugs, offensive language, and sexually explicit

5. The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
Reasons: sexually explicit, unsuited to age group, and violence (loved it, stayed up to finish it, where is book 2?)

6. Lush, by Natasha Friend
Reasons: drugs, offensive language, sexually explicit, and unsuited to age group

7. What My Mother Doesn't Know, by Sonya Sones
Reasons: sexism, sexually explicit, and unsuited to age group

8. Nickel and Dimed, by Barbara Ehrenreich
Reasons: drugs, inaccurate, offensive language, political viewpoint, and religious viewpoint

9. Revolutionary Voices, edited by Amy Sonnie
Reasons: homosexuality and sexually explicit

10. Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer
Reasons: religious viewpoint and violence
My Review: The book ends with a chase scene with no way of knowing if Bella will survive (well, there are three more books) and I just didn't care. In fact, if Bella was to live, she should have chosen Jacob. Took me a whole week to read this.




Sometimes I have to shake my head at the reasons. Twilight for violence? Didn't you notice there were vampires? And Brave New World for racism? I haven't read it yet (how did I graduate high school?) but current racism standards of acceptability are different. I don't care what side of the fence you're on, it's a different world now ;-)


I love the "unsuited to age group" reason. I think there are a lot of parents out there that have no idea what their kids know! And if the target audience is 15-year-olds and the main character is 15-years-old, how is this unsuited to age group?




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Happy Monday!





For all my USA friends....remember those who have paid/are paying for our freedom.










Mailbox Monday is a place to share all the wonderful books that have come to live in your home– including paper books, e-books and audio books. Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of The Printed Page. When Marcia was ready to move on from being the weekly host, she was kind enough to set up the Mailbox Monday Blog Tour. Check it out so you know where to go next month. This is the last week at MariReads (blog link, not post link). Next week is June so we'll be heading over to The Bluestocking Guide. See you there!


Received for Review:


Purchased:

Wow, no new books? I was doing housework.....





What are you Reading?

is a weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit, visit, visit! She has a comment contest going on each week tied to the meme.


Finished:
Four Days with Jack
Dragonsong
Dragonsinger


Currently reading:
Dragondrums


Started, sort of reading:
Bullet Work
Ancient Awakenings
The Misfits of Supernatural High
The Search
The Crafty Killer
Linus Pauling and the Chemistry of Life
The Haunted eBook
Drawn to the Land
What the Cat Dragged in
The Gathering Storm


Planning to start/re-read:
something from the Spring Reading Thing Challenge list
something from my "need to review" list

Reviewed:


Need to Review-keep a running total and cross off as completed:
(this list is way too long and if they've been reviewed I didn't label them correctly!)

Spin the Plate, short story (current read)
A Modern Witch (current read)
Kekula (current read)
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much
True North
Whiskey Gulf
A Circle of Souls
P.A.C.E.
Benny & Shrimp
The Right Side of the Tracks
Miracle in Sumatra
The Tallest of smalls
Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night
Second Chance
Red in the Flower Bed


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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Reading Challenge - Anne McCaffrey

How could I have missed this one? I LOVE Anne McCaffrey and have been reading her books for over 25 years!
Challenge is hosted by Caroline
at Portrait of a Women
Information and sign-ups are here.

I do have a huge number of other books to read for challenges/review so I don't feel I can read ALL of the books Ms. McCaffrey has written, or even just the Pern series. I do want to re-read the Harper Hall trilogy. If time permits, I'll read others.

Harper Hall trilogy
1. Dragonsong - finished May 28 (early, early am)
2. Dragonsinger - finished May 28 (late, late pm)
3. Dragondrums - finished May 30

May 31: The Harper Hall trilogy has been read and this challenge is....

~Completed~



just because I've completed the challenge doesn't mean that I may not read some of the others.....especially if it would help with another challenge ;-)

maybe....
Planet Pirates trilogy (Sassinak, The Death of Sleep, Generation Warriors)
Mystery of Ireta (Dinosaur Planet, Dinosaur Planet Survivors)
The Talent series (To Ride Pegasus, Pegasus in Flight, Pegasus in Space)
Rowan (part of the Tower and Hive series)
The Coelura
Nerilka's Story
An Exchange of Gifts
No One Noticed the Cat
If Wishes Were Horses
Black Horses for the King
The Crystal Singer series (Crystal Singer, Killashandra, Crystal Line)
The Petaybee Series (Powers That Be, Power Lines, Power Play)

oh, heck....just list them all ;-)

4. The Ireta Adventure - finished June 11
5. Get off the Unicorn - finished June 14
6. Dragongirl - finished September 17
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Snapshot and Quote

Saturday Snapshot
hosted by Alyce at At Home with Books

To participate in the Saturday Snapshot meme, post a photo that you (or a friend or family member) have taken then leave a direct link to your post in the Mister Linky. Photos can be old or new, and be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. Please don't post random photos that you find online.



I spent some time at my SIL's home, watching the house and playing with the dogs. I had a great time with Splash and Lucky. I received a thank you phone call (all that I expected). I know she had a better trip knowing the dogs were cared for and I was happy to do it. Imagine my surprise when I received a package in the mail from Splash and Lucky! Thank you, thank you, thank you. Chocolate and book money!





Duly Quoted
Hosted at Today's Adventure




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Friday, May 27, 2011

A is for...Under the Dome

26 letters and 52 weeks. You'll always know what letter because week 1 is letter "A" and so is week 27 :-) Find a book that you find interesting who's title starts with this week's letter. If you've reviewed it, give us a link, but it isn't necessary.

U is for...

Under the Dome
by Stephen King

Scribner
November 2009
Hardcover


From amazon.com:
When the small town of Chester's Mill, Maine, is surrounded by an invisible force field, the people inside must exert themselves to survive. The situation deteriorates rapidly due to the dome's ecological effects and the machinations of Big Jim Rennie, an obscenely sanctimonious local politician and drug lord who likes the idea of having an isolated populace to dominate. Opposing him are footloose Iraq veteran Dale “Barbie” Barbara, newspaper editor Julia Shumway, a gaggle of teen skateboarders and others who want to solve the riddle of the dome.

This is a HUGE book! My copy (with this cool cover) is a trade-size paperback and it's 1,088 pages! I love the cover and want to read more SK but so many are too scary for me and this one didn't seem so bad. I haven't started it yet and it may take another year before I do but the book was at Costco and I do love their book prices!


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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Reading Challenge - Hogwarts

Nope, not going to do it. Can't. Not. Enough. Time.

But, but.

Trust me, you won't be able to complete this one, this time.

sigh.... I hope she does it again!

Hosted at Worth Reading it?

I was sorted into ...





Hogwarts Reading Challenge 2011
January 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011

In the Hogwarts Reading Challenge you are a student of the school. You will be sorted into houses. Each book you read must fit in to the subject of one the classes. You do not have to read books that fit all the subjects. Each book equals one point (toward the house cup).

You must read at least 5 books (audio books counts) before you are enter in to the drawing. At the end of the Challenge one person will win a $15 Amazon Gift Card and one house will win the House Cup (purely a pride thing).

I will post all of the Mini Challenges in the next few days so that everyone can plan out their books in advance.

To be eligible to win prizes you must have a blog and sign up using Mr. Linky. Then start a Hogwarts Reading Challenge post and link it back to this post.


****Update you can be eligible for prize if you become a member of I Love Reading Challenges on Shelfari and keep the list of the books you read for this challenge under the Hogwarts Challenge post there. You can also become a fan of the I Love Reading Challenges Facebook fan page and keep you list there as well.



The Classes

Transfiguration - read any book that has trans or figure in its title, is about shape shifting, has a shape shifter in it, or is about anything having to do with changing one thing into another

Defence Against the Dark Arts - read any book that has defence(defense), dark and/or art(s) in its title, read any book that is about self defense, war, history of war/marital arts, murder mysteries

Charms - read any book that has charm in its title, any book that deals with gives something or someone a new aspect (for example the nerdy guy become a handsome doctor)

Potions - read any book that has potion in its title, cookbooks count but you must cook at least one recipe out of the book

Astronomy - read any book that has astronomy in its title, books about planets, stars, etc, sci-fi

History of Magic - read any book that has history or magic in its title, books about magic, witches, etc

Herbology - read any book that has herb in its title, again cookbooks count and again you must cook at least one recipe out of the book

Arithmancy - read any book that has arithmancy in its title, any book with a number in its title, any book that deal with numbers or math

Ancient Runes - read any book that has ancient or runes in its title, books about historical places like the pyramids, Stonehenge, great wall of china, or any book about symbols
Divination - read any book that has divine in its title, any book about psychics or psychic abilities, tarot reading etc

Care of Magical Creatures - read any book that has magical or creatures in its title, about supernatural beings

Muggle Studies - nearly any book works here, what better way to understand Muggles than to read what they read

How to list your books and keep track of points:
When you copy this post onto your blog just list the book you read for the challenge under the subject to which it fits. Please list books using numbered bullet points. This makes keeping track of points easier for me.
EX:
History of Magic - read any book that has history or magic in its title, books about magic, witches, etc
1. Tears of the Moon by Nora Roberts 3/12/2010
You can be a part of this challenge on Shelfari I Love Reading Challenges group if you do not have a blog.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:



  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


He held his face in his hands. This was all wrong. He had no options. It was a trap, but now he had to ride it out.

Falcon took some deep breaths to steady himself. It didn't work. He turned, leaned forward, and vomited.
Bullet Work
Steve O'Brien







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Monday, May 23, 2011

Monday Mailbox/Reading?


Mailbox Monday is a place to share all the wonderful books that have come to live in your home– including paper books, e-books and audio books. Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of The Printed Page. When Marcia was ready to move on from being the weekly host, she was kind enough to set up the Mailbox Monday Blog Tour. Check it out so you know where to go next month. May's host is MariReads (blog link, not post link).


Received for Review:
Prophecy by Deborah A. Jaeger


Purchased:
Classified as Murder by Miranda James
Murder Under Cover by Kate Carlisle
The Indispensable Book of Useless Information




What are you Reading?

is a weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit, visit, visit! She has a comment contest going on each week tied to the meme.


Finished:
Tell Me Now
Spin the Plate
Luke's Surprise


Started, sort of reading:
Bullet Work
Ancient Awakenings
The Misfits of Supernatural High
The Search
The Crafty Killer
Linus Pauling and the Chemistry of Life
The Haunted eBook
Drawn to the Land
What the Cat Dragged in
The Gathering Storm


Planning to start/re-read:
something from the Spring Reading Thing Challenge list
something from my "need to review" list

Reviewed:


Need to Review-keep a running total and cross off as completed:
(this list is way too long and if they've been reviewed I didn't label them correctly!)

Spin the Plate, short story (current read)
A Modern Witch (current read)
Kekula (current read)
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much
True North
Whiskey Gulf
A Circle of Souls
P.A.C.E.
Benny & Shrimp
The Right Side of the Tracks
Miracle in Sumatra
The Tallest of smalls
Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night
Second Chance
Red in the Flower Bed


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Friday, May 20, 2011

The First Love Cookie Club


The First Love Cookie Club
Lori Wilde

Avon
November 2010
370 pages (mass market paperback)
Romance
series: Twilight, Texas

"On Christmas Eve, if you sleep with kismet cookies under your pillow and dream of your one true love, he will be your destiny."

I'll admit to judging a book by it's cover and the cover is why I picked this one up but really, who could resist reading more about dreaming of your destiny? Lori Wilde has several books published with Harlequin. I'm sure I've read some but the cover is why I picked it up, not the author. This is not the first book set in Twilight, Texas, just the first one I read. I own them all now ;)


Sarah loves Christmas. Her parents aren't exactly the lovey type, she attends boarding school, but the Christmas holiday, and summer vacation, is spent with her Grandmother. Memories of her visits, the town and baking help her during the school year but the book starts with baking cookies and dreaming of her one true love and his wedding to someone else.

"There she was, a chubby teenager with braces on her teeth and reindeer antlers on her head and jingle bells on her sweater vest, standing between a bride and groom on their day, professing her love to a grown man who clearly did not love her back, while nearly the whole damn town of Twilight looked on, amused by her abject humiliation."

Well, you can imagine what this does to the poor girl and her love of Christmas!

Sarah is all grown up in chapter one, still hates Christmas, but has written a Christmas book....for children.


This wouldn't be a romance book without the "and they lived happily ever after" part which would seem hard to do if her prince charming has married someone else and you refuse to return to town. What to do....what to do.... Enter a dying child's last wish. The Mayor of the child's hometown will give Sarah the key to the city, she'll be the guest of honor at the town's annual Dickensian Christmas Festival, all kinds of book related stuff....and wouldn't you know it, the child lives in Twilight, Texas!

Don't let the page number scare you, this was a fast read for me. The characters come alive, drawing you in. I should have set a timer because I lost all track of time and truly wanted to move to Twilight! I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Series order: 1. The Sweetheart Knitting Club, 2. The True Love Quilting Club, 3. The First Love Cookie Club, and 4. The Welcome Home Garden Club.


AmazonAssociates purchase link: The First Love Cookie Club




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I lost a review!

Normally when I want a post to have the same "look" as a previous post, I open a new window and do a cut and paste before changing out the information. It has worked extremely well for my memes as well as reviews. This time it didn't. I forgot the "open a new window" part and now I've lost a review from 2009! How do you recreate that? Even if I read the book again, it wouldn't be the same. :(


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A is for...There's No Such Thing as a Dragon

26 letters and 52 weeks. You'll always know what letter because week 1 is letter "A" and so is week 27 :-) Find a book that you find interesting who's title starts with this week's letter. If you've reviewed it, give us a link, but it isn't necessary.

T is for...

There's No Such Thing as a Dragon
by Jack Kent

my review


Billy Bixby woke up one morning to find a dragon in his bedroom. It was about the size of a kitten. Now the size is important because when Billy told his mom, she said "There's no such thing as a dragon". The dragon is ignored all day and spends the day getting bigger. It also does several cat/dog like things that should have been disciplined but how do you discipline something if it doesn't exist?

I love picture books! Especially the ones that sneak in a moral that isn't readily apparent. This one had two! Everyone just wants to be recognized and the things we say can have affects we don't realize.


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Monday, May 16, 2011

Monday Mailbox/Reading?


Mailbox Monday is a place to share all the wonderful books that have come to live in your home– including paper books, e-books and audio books. Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of The Printed Page. When Marcia was ready to move on from being the weekly host, she was kind enough to set up the Mailbox Monday Blog Tour. Check it out so you know where to go next month. May's host is MariReads (blog link, not post link).


Received for Review:



Purchased:
Until Tuesday by Luis Carlos Montalvan
Spun by Sorcery by Barbara Bretton
To Kill a Mockingbird (50th Anniversary Edition) by Harper Lee
Hawk's Landing by Carol Lynne
Impossible to Resist by Em Woods
Luke's Surprise by Lavinia Lewis
Tell Me Now by Jambrea Jo Jones




What are you Reading?

is a weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit, visit, visit! She has a comment contest going on each week tied to the meme.


Finished:
Until Tuesday
Hawk's Landing
Impossible to Resist


Started, sort of reading:
The Misfits of Supernatural High
The Search
The Crafty Killer
Murder of a Bookstore Babe
Linus Pauling and the Chemistry of Life
The Haunted eBook
Drawn to the Land
What the Cat Dragged in
The Gathering Storm


Planning to start/re-read:
something from the Spring Reading Thing Challenge list
something from my "need to review" list

Reviewed:


Need to Review-keep a running total and cross off as completed:
(this list is way too long and if they've been reviewed I didn't label them correctly!)

A Modern Witch (current read)
Kekula (current read)
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much
True North
Whiskey Gulf
A Circle of Souls
P.A.C.E.
Benny & Shrimp
The Right Side of the Tracks
Miracle in Sumatra
The Tallest of smalls
Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night
Second Chance
Red in the Flower Bed


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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Challenge: 52-52-52

52 weeks. 52 books. 52 pounds.


The goal of the challenge is simple. It will go from June 1st, 2011 to June 1st, 2012 – 52 weeks. In those 52 weeks, challenge participants will try to 1) read one book each week and 2) lose one pound a week. If all goes well, a year’s challenge will lead to 52 books read and 52 pounds lost in 52 weeks. It’s that simple!

This challenge is being hosted at The Zen Leaf. The main challenge page is here.

This challenge is now being hosted at Mandaland with a link in the sidebar.

I do belong to another 52 books in 52 weeks challenge and have already failed because I missed a couple of weeks but this one doesn't start until next month and I can concentrate on the health part each week as well as the number of books read. I love that challenges can overlap and that this 52 in 52 adds the health challenge.

Side note: haven't failed, she just wants us to read 52 books this year.


There are five important notes about the challenge on the main post plus letting us know that while she won't tell us how to lose the weight, she recommends SparkPeople (so do I). I hope she gets a team going.


Current six weeks here then move to another post with notes.

Current Six Weeks
Books Read - :: Pounds Lost -



First Six Weeks
Second Six Weeks
Third & Fourth Weeks

Week 25: 11-16/11-22
book - In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster
pounds -

*Week 26: 11-23/11-29
book - Highland for the Holidays
pounds -

Week 27: 11-30/12-6
book - Janeology
pounds -

Week 28: 12-7/12-13
book - Half Pass
pounds -

Week 29: 12-14/12-20
book - Two Fangs and a Hoof
pounds -

Week 30: 12-21/12-27
book -
pounds -

*26 makes halfway! Examine, re-group, PUSH!


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Friday, May 13, 2011

A is for...The Shadow of a Noose

26 letters and 52 weeks. You'll always know what letter because week 1 is letter "A" and so is week 27 :-) Find a book that you find interesting who's title starts with this week's letter. If you've reviewed it, give us a link, but it isn't necessary.

S is for...

The Shadow of a Noose
A Ralph Compton Novel
by Ralph Cotton

Book two of a Trilogy, after Death Rides a Chestnut Mare.

From amazon.com:
Young twins Jed and Tim Strange set out to find their sister, who left home to avenge their father's murder over a year ago. But when they're accused of a murder they didn't commit, they must go on the run to find the true killers.

I must admit that I only picked up the first book in the trilogy (Death Rides a Chestnut Mare) because of a Piers Anthony book, On a Pale Horse, which is about Death. I don't even remember why I was in the western section of the bookstore but I so enjoyed the trilogy I've branched out and read other western books. For me, who grew up with Science Fiction and Fantasy, a "Western" novel is no longer a reason to ignore a book.


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Monday, May 9, 2011

Monday Mailbox/Reading?


Mailbox Monday is a place to share all the wonderful books that have come to live in your home– including paper books, e-books and audio books. Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of The Printed Page. When Marcia was ready to move on from being the weekly host, she was kind enough to set up the Mailbox Monday Blog Tour. Check it out so you know where to go next month. May's host is MariReads (blog link, not post link).


Received for Review:



Purchased:
The Search by Nora Roberts
Savage Nature by Christine Feehan
Life Without Limits by Nick Vujicic




What are you Reading?

is a weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit, visit, visit! She has a comment contest going on each week tied to the meme.


Finished:



Started, sort of reading:
The Search
The Crafty Killer
Murder of a Bookstore Babe
Linus Pauling and the Chemistry of Life
The Haunted eBook
Drawn to the Land
What the Cat Dragged in
The Gathering Storm


Planning to start/re-read:
something from the Spring Reading Thing Challenge list
something from my "need to review" list

Reviewed:


Need to Review-keep a running total and cross off as completed:
(this list is way too long and if they've been reviewed I didn't label them correctly!)

A Modern Witch (current read)
Kekula (current read)
The Man Who Loved Books Too Much
True North
Whiskey Gulf
A Circle of Souls
P.A.C.E.
Benny & Shrimp
The Right Side of the Tracks
Miracle in Sumatra
The Tallest of smalls
Nine Things Nathan Noticed at Night
Second Chance
Red in the Flower Bed


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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Reading Challenge - Completed!

Blog Every Day April
April 1 - April 30


Challenge Completed
April 30, 2011

My original post about the challenge
Quick recap:
blog post each day in April.

Final Outcome:
Missed publishing one day.
Multiple posts on other days.
Blogged during Jury Duty AND vacation.


Final Verdict:
Didn't get to visit as much but I don't know if that's just because of JD and vacation or not. I really enjoyed doing a couple of the memes, even found another one I like, but don't know if I want to continue every week.

Good to know I can do it but it won't stay a goal.


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Disclaimer

In accordance to the FTC guidelines, I must state that I make no monetary gains from my reviews or endorsements here on Book Dragon's Lair. All books I review are either borrowed, purchased by me, given as a gift, won in some kind of contest, or received in exchange for an honest review.