jessibud2's first Bookcrossing Mt. TBR challenge
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Since it's been a couple of months since I set up the threads and ticker, etc, I may have to relearn it all again. This is a work in progress....
I will edit in info and links to this post once I get them.
Don't Let's Go To The Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood - Alexandra Fuller, http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/11698034/
Roxanna Slade - Reynolds Price
The Paperboy's Winter - Tim Bowling
The Age of Hope - David Bergen
The Ghost of Hannah Mendes - Naomi Ragen
Three Daughters - Letty Cottin Pogrebin
Snow - Orhan Pamuk
A Pound of Paper - John Baxter
A Parrot in a Pepper Tree - Chris Stewart, http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/3542980/
I may have to relearn it all again:
Practice makes perfect! :)
I'll add live links and reviews as I finish
Don't forget the link to the BookCrossing journal entries for each of the books. That's what makes this particular challenge special. I like to see which other BookCrossers have also read the same copy of the books we use for this challenge.
Hey! Now we can also see where the book goes afterward. What fun!!
My review is there. In some ways, I am not sure this ought to count in this challenge because it is a book that I registered, not an older book that I'm moving along. But, I'm counting it and will bring it to our next meetup because I think there may be some interest in our group.
Edited to add the bookcrossing link, in case it does get picked up and journalled further: http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/12295453
For the rest of my review, here is my Bookcrossing journal entry
In fact, as a total aside, this week marks the 25th year anniversary of our wonderful stadium, now officially called the Rogers Centre (though, in truth, most Torontonians, I believe, still call it SkyDome). There is a great little youtube video about the building of this stadium, the first, I think, with a retractable roof. Here's the link, called 2 and a half years in 2 and a half minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5j6aBIQRQk#t=144. Not sure why, but when you open that link, the video is almost over. Just slide the bar back to the beginning.
The city sure looks different today!!
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