I realized it’s been almost two months since my last Reading Challenge Update, so it’s about time for another check in. My current total stands at 37 categories (38 books read), but I’m getting to the point where I’m dreading these last few categories. Is that terrible? I just really don’t want to read a … More Reading Challenge Update #8
After three straight days of spring-like weather here in the Northeast, it’s not hard to believe that it’s been almost a month since our big snow storm and my last Reading Challenge Update! If you’re still searching for a reading challenge to start this year, here is Pop Sugar’s 2016 version of the one I’m … More Reading Challenge Update #7
To all my Northeast readers, I hope you survived the massive snow storm and got a lot of reading done while huddled indoors! I know I certainly did. I ended up finishing two books and started a third one over the weekend. Based on that progress, I figured it was about time to give you … More Reading Challenge Update #6
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and is looking forward to New Years Eve! I am back at work, but still have the Christmas celebration with my parents to look forward to this week. We’re going to see a hockey game tonight then spending the next two days with them. Despite the busyness of the … More Reading Challenge Update #5
I realized it has been over a month since my last update, so I decided to get it together and figure out exactly where I’m at in this reading challenge! Without further ado, here’s my status update (15 books read, 35 to go!): IN PROGRESS: A mystery or thriller – Timeline by Michael Crichton. I … More Reading Challenge Update #4
This has been quite a good two weeks for reading! Having more free time at night and on the weekends certainly makes a difference. The only thing planned for this coming weekend is a trip to Philadelphia tomorrow to attend the Food and Wine Festival at Valley Forge Casino. We purchased tickets to a 4-hour … More Reading Challenge Update #3
Trying to find a “book by an author with your initials” has quickly turned in to my most entertaining search for a book to fulfill a category on my reading challenge. Unsure how to go about even finding an author who fit the criteria, I typed “H” into my library’s catalogue and searched for any … More Where are all the R.H. authors?