iwillrejoice's Reduce Mt. TBR 2017 thread
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OK, once again, I will set my goal at 65 (for consistency). I will count books registered by other BC'ers. I'll be counting books that I either read or choose to pass along unfinished, or dupes - books that come into my hands that I've read in the past. I'll also continue my tradition of having a "naughty" ticker, for books I read that aren't BookCrossing-registered books. I find that helps me to work on my BC books, or at least find a balance.
Thanks for continuing this group!
My ABC books:
1. David Copperfield
2. The Red Pony
3. The Worst Day of My Life, So Far
4. Heaven is For Real
6. Rogue Lawyer
7. Fall on Your Knees
8. Unlucky in Law
9. Before Your Dog Can Eat Your Homework, First You Have to Do It
10. The Box Children
11. Sanctuary Hill
12. Theft on Thursday
13. The Year of Magical Thinking
14. To Siberia
15. A Year in Provence
16. Belinda Goes to Bath
17. Room Service
19. How Stella Got Her Groove Back
20. Vinegar Hill
21. The Ring
22. The Christmas Note
and my naughty ticker:
1. The Two Pound Tram
2. A Feather on the Breath of God
3. Without Warning
4. When Will There Be Good News
5. Casual Rex
6. After America
7. The Yokota Officers' Club
8. Good Dog. Stay.
9. Dancing at Midnight
10. 61 Hours
11. The Red Pony
12. Tyrannosaur Canyon
13. Sometimes God Has a Kid's Face
14. Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life
16. Emily Goes to Exeter
17. The Banishment
18. The Deception
19. Black and Blue
20. The Sheraton World Cookbook
21. Beatrice Goes to Brighton
First book read this year: The Two Pound Tram by William Newton. One of mine.
Oops - forgot to report in! Now reading The Worst Day of My Life, So Far by M. A. Harper. Registered by UnwrittenLibra.
>10 Nataliec7: Thanks, Nataliec7! Not so sure on this one. The protagonist is so angry, it kind of puts me off.
>11 iwillrejoice: I usually can tolerate angry protagonists, but I have a harder time with whiny protagonists.
Haha! I like your "naughty" books! I register all my books (except those of others and library books so I actually read very few non-BC-registered books. David Copperfield is such a l-o-n-g book. I read it when I was in high school. Mostly I don't read such long books any more. :D
Seems like you're making good progress so far in February. Unfortunately, I'm being distracted by new books myself.
Now reading Before Your Dog Can Eat Your Homework, First You Have to Do It by John O'Hurley. Registered by booklady331.
Now reading: The Yokota Officers' Club by Sarah Bird. One of mine. Although, this is weird. It has a label from "bookproject.org" (now apparently defunct) which seems very similar to BookCrossing. Have you ever heard of it?
>24 iwillrejoice: I've never heard of it either. I wonder if it was a precursor of BookCrossing.
>29 mathgirl40: Dunno. Apparently it was for books with a cause. Social injustice, or whatever. The site seemed pretty bare bones, from what I could see on the wayback machine. Guess it just didn't make it.
I've always liked the Hamish Macbeth series but I've never read any other M. C. Beaton books. I'll have to try some of the ones she writes as Marion Chesney.
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