iwillrejoice's 2014 ABC Books Read
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1. The Importance of Being Earnest
2. War Horse
3. The Gun Seller
4. Murder on the Iditarod Trail
5. How to Wash A Cat: A Mystery
6. Mules and Men
7. The Portrait
8. London Bridges
9. Fuzzy Sapiens
10. How to Be Cool
13. Basket Case
14. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
15. Mostly Harmless
16. Pocket Posh Word Roundup: 100 Puzzles
17. Bubbles Unbound
18. Mary, Mary
19. Retirement Can Be Murder
20. Deep Storm
21. I Am the Messenger
23. Absolute Rage
25. Designer Knockoff: A Crime of Fashion
26. Far From Home
27. Far From Home
28. Doctor Who: The One Doctor
30. Jephte's Daughter
31. The Son
32. And You Know You Should Be Glad
33. The Horse Whisperer
34. Homer's Odyssey
35. The Case has Altered
36. Cows of Our Planet
37. The Poet
39. Life, the Universe, & Everything
40. In Case of Emergency
41. Moonlight Becomes You
1. The Big, Bad Wolf
2. Good Family
3. Her Surprise Sister
4. The Good Terrorist
5. The Holland Suggestions
6. Mirror Image Bride
7. Homeland and Other Stories
8. Carbon Copy Cowboy
9. Hotel du Lac
10. Basket Case
11. Fox's Earth
12. Lifespan Development
13. Mistletoe Brides
14. Bad Company
15. The Country Kitchen Cook Book
16. Look-Alike Lawman
17. The Soldier's Newfound Family
18. Heart and Soul
19. The Innocent
20. Iron House
21. The Season of Second Chances
22. Absolute Rage
23. True Sisters
24. Minding Frankie
25. The Hit
27. The Joy Luck Club
28. 11th Hour
29. Jephte's Daughter
31. Reunited for the Holidays
32. The James Deans
33. Just As I Am
I wish you a lot of fun reading, and 'on the go' success reaching your goal of 25.
I like these tickers! They're a good graphical representation of how you're doing, & a good motivator to press on!
Maybe I need a naughty ticker...
Heh! One of the things that most makes me not want to read a book is...to put it on a list of books for me to read. I'll be following your thread with a smile!
See? I did one! ;-)
So, I have to choose between touchstones & BC links?
For the touchstones, use the book title surrounded by square brackets.
For the BC journal entry, use the HTNL link to that page.
I have to choose between touchstones & BC links?
Yes...or you could do both.
Yes...or you could do both."
OK. But they both worked the other day. Simultaneously. The touchstone was listed here, but the link brought me to BC.
The touchstones are supposed to be for a link to a book's LT page.
I use them simultaneously, and the touchstone brings me to the book's page here on LT, where the link leads me to the books page on BC. (Just added two more read books, where it works correctly...)
Next up: The Good Terrorist by Doris Lessing.
I'm still reading Our Lady of the Assassins and despite it is a thin book, I can't seem to make any progress. It has been 3 or 4 days already... :-(
I'm enjoying it so far. It's a spoof, so it's funny. Altho, I have to say that I think the humor tries too hard. That may be a cultural differences thing, tho. I've noticed the same thing about his TV show, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, which doesn't seem funny to me at all.
And the one up next after it is How to Be Cool by Johanna Edwards, which to me is another fun title. I'm reading H-books right now, in advance of my H-book book ring (alphabet game / relay). And I like to read my oldest books first - oldest as in registered the longest time ago. These are my 2 oldest H-books.
I hope not because I listen to them in the car! If I find they do make me sleepy, I try to find a different book. :)
But I'm glad to know I'm not the only one!
Anyway, it's not a race. I'm just enjoying my books!
Oops - I was going to say that this was one for the naughty ticker, but I just realized that this one was registered by Stephario. Yay! Another BC book read!
It's funny how those BC books keep popping up all over! :)
I really liked it! Am now looking for more from this author.
Now starting Lifespan Development by Turner & Helms , which is a textbook on human development that looks interesting. There look to be some useful sections on aging, etc. that I'd like to read. This book came to me in a random box of books from a local FreeCycler, but I've hung on to it, thinking I'd like to read it. I guess now's the time! What I'll do with it after is yet To Be Determined. I may just keep it as a reference.
Still working on Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams for my audio book. And, just for fun, I'm counting Pocket Posh Word Roundup: 100 Puzzles, registered by Dove-i-libri, which came to me as a book ring.
I've now started Bad Company by Jack Higgins, which I'm enjoying very much. This one is a non-ABC book.
>67 SqueakyChu: I really enjoyed Iron House. The King of Lies is now on its way to me!
BTW, I had to check out Emerald Isle. Pretty! I usually go for an ocean-front condo in Myrtle Beach. (or Daytona Beach, or Ft Lauderdale beach, etc., depending on the time of year)
I see from your book's BC journal that creativeMGE had this book in her possession in 2009 (five years ago!).
P.S. I liked The Book Thief by Markus Zusak better. :)
I have The Book Thief on Planet TBR... I'll get to it one of these days!
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