Tag: Mount TBR Challenge

Challenge Update

Posted December 20, 2017 by Lory in blog housekeeping, challenges / 20 Comments
Challenge Update

How did I do with the reading challenges I undertook this year? Here’s a round-up of my progress, or lack thereof, along with my intentions for next year. I always do well with the Book Blogger Discussion Challenge, perhaps because I set a reasonable goal for myself (one discussion per month), and so far I […]

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Mount TBR Checkpoint #2

Posted July 5, 2017 by Lory in challenges / 12 Comments
Mount TBR Checkpoint #2

After four good months, my Mount TBR reading came to a screeching halt in May and June. I’m not sure why — other things just called to me more strongly, I suppose. However, I’ve gotten started again with one book in July so I have 21 books completed so far. I also added some reviews […]

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Mount TBR Checkpoint #1

Posted April 4, 2017 by Lory in challenges / 19 Comments
Mount TBR Checkpoint #1

Mount TBR Challenge host Bev of My Reader’s Block has posted some questions for our first quarterly checkpoint here. Here are my answers along with a list of what I’ve knocked off my pile so far. Tell us how many miles you’ve made it up your mountain (# of books read).  I’m impressed that I’ve […]

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When all times become one: A Fugue in Time

Posted February 19, 2017 by Lory in reviews / 12 Comments
When all times become one: A Fugue in Time

Rumer Godden, A Fugue in Time (1945) Rumer Godden’s storytelling style often involves shifts in time and point of view, sometimes within the same paragraph or even the same sentence. In A Fugue in Time, she made time-shifting the whole basis of the narrative, telling interwoven stories of three different generations within the same London […]

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Mount TBR Challenge

Posted December 4, 2016 by Lory in challenges / 28 Comments
Mount TBR Challenge

Before I started blogging, I didn’t really have a problem with physical books piling up in my house. I had a smallish collection of books I loved and wanted to keep and reread, which I would add to occasionally, and the occasional impulse buy. But for everyday, casual reading I would mostly rely on whatever […]

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