Tag Archives: reading challenges

Sprout – Dale Peck Review

An excellent book that I finally decided I wasn’t going to be able to obtain via my library or by trading, so I forked over for it. Worth every penny I have to say and very much re-readable…which is always … Continue reading

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Wake – Lisa McMann (2008)

Book Blogger Rec’s #2 From amazon.co.uk: For seventeen-year-old Janie, getting sucked into other people’s dreams at any given moment is getting tired. Especially the falling dreams, and the standing-in-front-of-the-class-naked ones. But then there are the nightmares, the ones that chill … Continue reading

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If I stay – Gayle Forman (2009)

Book number 1 from the Book blogger rec’s 2011 reading challenge. So, I cheated and started this challenge early, if someone wishes to get picky about the dates, equally I will of course end on the same date a year … Continue reading

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Book Blogger Recommendation Challenge 2011

A final reading challenge to take a bash at for the coming year. This one I plan on starting in January 2011.   Choose a level of participation: Level I – Read 5 books from the 2010 Book Blogger Recommendation … Continue reading

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15 more from ”1001′ books to read before you die’ 2011

Yet another reading challenge I am setting myself… at least I’ve not signed up to this one anywhere that I could find. I’m trying to be a little more… challenged rather than focused, with my reading for next year. I … Continue reading

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GLBT 2011 reading challenge

Rules/Guidelines: The basic idea of this challenge is to read books about GLBT topics and/or by GLBT authors. The challenge runs year-round as usual, but instead of requiring a certain number of books, this year I’m handling this challenge in … Continue reading

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