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Friday, January 27, 2012

A Winter's Respite Read-a-Thon update (1/27)


A Winter's Respite Read-a-Thon 2012 is being hosted by Michelle at The True Book Addict.

Things have been rather busy here, so I really haven't been able to keep track of my reading time, but here is my progress so far:


Currently reading:

The Various Haunts of Men by Susan 
Hill
on page 240
  
Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver
on page 59
15 pages read
Call Me Princess by Sara Blaedel
on page 113
60 pages read


Completed:

All I Did was Shoot my Man by Walter 
Mosley
336 pages
The Perfect Suspect by Margaret Coel
304 pages
Bleak House by Charles Dickens
last 154 pages

Total pages read during read-a-thon: 1,109

Although I haven't participated in any of the mini-challenges, I may participate in the last Mega challenge, but I have books ALL over - piled on the filing cabinets, on top of the dining room cabinet, and in the bookshelves (oh! and on the coffee and side table in the living room!)

Julie



3 comments:

  1. Cheering you on for the read-a-thon!

    Looking forward to your thoughts on the books you finish :)

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  2. Wow, you're doing a great job! I'm always impressed at how good you do. Yes, show us those pictures. We love piles of books. =O)

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  3. Hey there! You were one of the daily winners for the final day! Congrats! For details on how to claim your prize, go to this post: http://thetruebookaddict.blogspot.com/2012/01/winters-respite-post-your-wrap-up-and.html

    this is also the wrap-up post so if you do a wrap-up, be sure to link up so I can stop back by and see what you read. =O)

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