Category Archives: reading in 2011

What I’ve Read – October, November and December 2011

I didn’t post about the books I read for the last quarter of the year. I was reading and I was keeping the list. As I’m about to finish my first book of 2012, I thought I’d update about the … Continue reading

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Books read in September

54. Starcrossed  – Elizabeth Bunce I need to stop reading Bookshelves of Doom. Generally, if Lelia liked it, I will and it will make my bank manager cry and Amazon happy. Loved this, loved Digger and how she changes over … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – August 2011

I have to confess it was not a good month for reading in this house. Partly because I’m not commuting so I’ve lost 2 reading hours a day, partly because it was August and it’s my birthday month, so there … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – July 2011

Got my reading bug back this month, largely by not trying and just reading what I fancied. It has to be said that none of it was great literature and didn’t require too much brain space. I’ve read over 50 … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – June 2011

It’s been a really bad month for reading.  I just lost my need to read. It could be summer, it could be running, it could be the new job bringing me down, it could be that I needed to read … Continue reading

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What I’ve Read – May 2011

My reading slowed right down in May due, I think, to a number of things. Not commuting anymore, that’s 2 hours a day I’m not reading when normally I would be. I’m training for the 10k, so am leaping out … Continue reading

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Books read in April

25. Matched – Ally Condie Lots of dystopia in YA fiction nowadays. This is set in a world where everything, what you eat, what you do, who you marry is decided by the Society. Being YA, you get told who … Continue reading

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