Winter Reading Challenge

December 27, 2006 Categories: Books | 7 Comments  

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Time for another reading challenge. For this challenge, winter means from now until the end of February – at least, for me.

To start with, I want to finish all of my current in progress books:

Reading Like a Writer: A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them by Francine Prose

Redemption by Leon Uris

Education of a Wandering Man by Louis L’Amour

The Collected Works of Emily Dickinson

Proverbs and Sayings of Ireland Edited by Sean Gaffney & Seamus Cashman

Bibliotopia: Mr. Gilbar’s Book of Books & Catch-all of Literary Facts And Curiosities Compiled by Steven Gilbar

I also want to read at least five more from the top portion of my Master To-Read List. The top portion includes books that I currently own and are waiting to be read.

7 Comments

  1. Lawanda

    I peeked at your list, I love HHGTTG! :-D

    I should make a to-read list. Instead of reading all my faves over and over! LOL

  2. Mama Heffalump

    Impressive list… Go Carrie! Go Carrie! I’ll be your cheerleader! *Rah*

  3. carrie

    Lawanda – I had to think really hard to figure out what HHGTTG is! hehe

    Mama – Thanks!

  4. Carol in Oregon

    Ooooh, write about your reading, please do! Can you imagine having the last name of Prose and being a writer? I’ve always had a secret desire to write a bathroom book about peoples names and their occupations.

    Eager to hear more!

    I’m getting my list up soon. Soon. Soon. =)

  5. carrie

    Carol – I will be posting many, many quotes from Prose’s book and also from Education of a Wandering Man. It’s a perfect book for homeschoolers! Write your bathroom book – I’ll buy it! ;)

  6. Lawanda

    I am so sorry! LOL I did not feel like typing it all out! Douglas Adams is a riot :)

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