2017 Reading Challenge

Final Report: Reading Challenge

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Finally, 2017 is limping to an end. I look forward to welcoming 2018 and hope it will be better behaved, but first, it’s time to check-in on the 2017 reading challenge. I’m a total geek for data so please excuse this post (and my usual year-end reading wrap-up next month) for the slight nerdiness. Though…

Reading Challenge: Takes Place in Winter

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Time for the final (!!) category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #24: A book that takes place in winter Tis the season to celebrate whatever you might celebrate. Also, as of today we start regaining a bit of daylight. All hail winter and the books that take place during the dark, snowy part of…

Reading Challenge: Embarrassed to be Seen With

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Time for the next category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #23: A book you’re embarrassed to be seen with in public   I’m late with this post because I’ve been having trouble figuring out how to approach it. We all have different things that might embarrass us based on our comfort levels. For some,…

Reading Challenge: Famous Author You’ve Never Read

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Time for the next category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #22: A famous author you’re embarrassed to admit you’ve never read This category will be different for everyone depending on the gaps in your reading repertoire. For me, I managed to miss a lot of classics. Here are a few: Ernest Hemingway Virginia Woolf…

Reading Challenge: Book to Screen

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Time for the next category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #21: A book adapted into a movie or tv show The answer to the age-old question of which is better, the movie or the book, is almost always the book. I’m sure there are exceptions, though I can’t think of any off the top of my…

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