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Mixing It Up Challenge Check-in #2

13 Oct
 
Let’s take a look at my progress so far…
  • Classics —
  • Biography – Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun by Gita May (9/21/12)
  • Cookery, Food, and Wine –
  • History — The Lost Millennium by Florin Diacu (9/12/12)
  • Modern Fiction — Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin (5/22/12)
  • Graphic Novel and Manga – Bad Doings and Big Ideas by Bill Willingham (4/23/12)
  • Crime and Mystery — Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie (5/17/12)
  • Horror — The Long Weekend by Savita Kalhan (3/1/12)
  • Romance –
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy — The Magicians by Lev Grossman (1/21/12)
  • Travel — Paris in Love by Eloisa James (5/16/12)
  • Poetry –
  • Journalism and Humor — The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs (2/26/12)
  • Science and Natural History — The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson (4/18/12)
  • Children’s and Young Adult — The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan (6/27/12)
  • Social Sciences and Philosophy — This Book is Overdue by Marilyn Johnson (9/1/12)
Check it out 12 out of 16 done.  Very excited by this!  On to some questions from Ellie at Musings of a Bookshop Girl:
How are you getting on? Look at me go.  I am very happy about my progress so far this year.
Have any of your not-so-familiar genres surprised you? The only genre that I really never read is mystery.  I knew that it would be a problem genre, so I picked a classic.  Can’t go wrong with Agatha Christie…
Have you had any particularly good reads along the way? I loved The Magicians!  So amazingly crazy book.  I really need to read the sequel now.  I also really loved The Ghost Map and The Lost Hero.  Very good reads…
And do you reckon you’ll hit your target by the end of the year? I am determined to finish this challenge.  Only 4 more to go.  I can do it, I can do it, I can do it.  I have options for Romance and Classics, but need to dig for Poetry and Food.

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Posted by on October 13, 2012 in Reading Challenges

 

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