I’m a terrible blog meme host.
But I’m going to have the rest of the year’s scheduled so they pop up automatically. For now, post March stats here!
I’ll add mine later.
Filed under Embarrassment of Riches, Reading, Reading Challenges
Just checking if you are discussing Simon Schama’s Embarrassment of Riches. I find myself discussing this book every Spring as the tulips start exposing their tips. Two monkey paws up for this one!
Oh, good, I’ll add it to my list!
I didn’t make any progress this month 😦 Still stuck at 4 TBR books for the year. Hopefully April will be better!
I read five books from my 2012 tbr pile–all print books.
I had to recheck my reads, look like I have read 11 or 12 books for the year, 4 in March. Shew! Slowly but surely. I am working on another one, but otherwise, everything else has been shiny new!
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Hi! I added up 10 books under this month’s post. I look forward to finding out how you decided to do and dole out badges! Also, what is the ‘follow me’ option in this comment form? Is it for you, or does it give the commenter a chance to invite others to easily join their own blogs? I would love that!
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First book: Leviathan, by Scott Westerfeld
Second book: Behemoth, by Scott Westerfeld
Third book: The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, by Gordon Dahlquist
Bonus books (read before the challenge began): Soulless, Changeless and Blameless, by Gail Carriger
First book: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Random House Reader's Circle), by Mary Ann Shaffer
Second book: Sick of Shadows: An Edwardian Murder Mystery (Edwardian Murder Mysteries), by Marion Chesney
Third book: Snobbery with Violence: An Edwardian Murder Mystery (Edwardian Murder Mysteries), by Marion Chesney
Fourth book: Grave Goods (Mistress of the Art of Death), by Ariana Franklin
Fifth book: Country Dance by Margiad Evans
Sixth book: The Dragon's Bride by Jo Beverley
Seventh book: Hazard by Jo Beverley
Eighth book: A Most Unsuitable Man (Signet Historical Romance) by Jo Beverley
Bonus books (the year isn't up, yet!):
The Game of Kings (Lymond Chronicles, 1), by Dorothy Dunnett
The Affinity Bridge (Newbury & Hobbes Investigations), by George Mann
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