Last month, in honor of Valentine’s Day, the library had a Blind Date With a Book display. Now it’s the end of March, and the Rate Your Date cards are coming back in!
Let’s ask our
contestants readers how their book dates went!
With two days to go, I finished another book on my challenge list.
Summer by Edith Wharton
(2, a novel with “summer” in the title) Continue reading
I’ll be participating in the Vacationland Reading Challenge! Quelle surprise, non?
Here’s my reading list:
1. Horatio’s Drive: America’s First Road Trip by Dayton Duncan (a book that deals with a trip or vacation)
2. Summer by Edith Wharton (a novel with “summer” in the title)
3. Red Hook Road by Ayelet Waldman (a novel with “red” in the title)
4. Deep Atlantic: Life, Death, and Exploration in the Abyss by Richard Ellis (a book related to sailing or the ocean)
The challenge starts tomorrow! If you’d like to participate, just drop by the library for a review sheet, make a post on your blog that links back here, or simply see this post for the run-down.
I’ll be starting in on my reading list tomorrow. Provided I can tear myself away from the brilliant work of Daniel Woodrell, that is. I just finished Winter’s Bone, and I’m eagerly beginning the process of devouring all of his other books.