Sunday, August 9, 2015

BW32: Spell your name Book challenge

I have a challenge for you and the goal is to complete it by the end of the year.  The challenge is to spell your first name using the first letter of the title.  And no, you can't pick a book with your name in the title.  *grin*   We can't count books we have already read since the beginning of the year.   You can pick from your current stacks or pick out something completely new.   I decided to stick with my current stacks and surprisingly found I didn't have any hard bound books to spell  my name. So perused my ebooks.  I'm notorious for downloading stories.  However I take forever to read them and archive many so I have fewer choices pick from. Or archive because I changed my mind and can't fathom why I ever picked the book in the first place.  I had a few 'what was I thinking?' titles which are a complete mystery.  Some I had forgotten and had 'oh my gosh, I really wanted to read that one' moments.    My picks are:


History of the Medieval World - Chapter  36 Persian Crusade pp 261 - 272 

 Link to your most current read. Please link to your specific book review post and not your general blog link. In the Your Name field, type in your name and the name of the book in parenthesis. In the Your URL field leave a link to your specific post. 


  1. I read 'Go Set A Watchman' by Harper Lee. Obviously very controversial but still a must-read.

  2. I read something very different this week, Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronvitch. A police detective with a strong hint of fantasy

  3. I also read another Barbara Pym this week, Less Than Angels, another modern classic


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