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- Earn an extra entry for reading one of the following: a book from your TBR pile published before March 1, 2014
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Got into a visual arts mood over the weekend which lately translates into playing Minecraft. Read the majority of Dolores Claiborne, though. Finished it this morning (Tuesday). It was just a pretty low-key weekend for me, which was actually very refreshing.
Make some progress on any/all of these books. Just progress. I’m not even shooting for finished. I have a couple chapters of A Feast of Crows and a short story to read too, but no ARCs this weekend.
Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King
Start: 7%, End: 84%
Pages Read: 54
Total Pages Read: 343
Books: Dolores Claiborne, pg. 261-314
Notes: Fatigue-filled day. Meant to read, napped instead.
Pages Read: 66
Total Pages Read: 289
Books: Dolores Claiborne, pg. 195-260
Pages Read: 72
Total Pages Read: 223
Books: Dolores Claiborne, pg. 149-194, “The Eighth of December”, pg. 229-254
Notes: Played too much Minecraft.
Pages Read: 100
Total Pages Read: 151
Books: Dolores Claiborne, pg. 49-148
Notes: I was inordinately grumpy after Nebraska lost to Ohio State.
Challenges: Puzzles at Gin’s Book Notes and Design – I love book jigsaws.
Pages Read: 51
Total Pages Read: 51
Books: A Feast for Crows pg. 145-171, Dolores Claiborne, pg. 25-48
Notes: Also edited 56 pages on a manuscript. By reading backward by paragraph. Effective, but tiring!
Challenges: The Six Words (Or Less!) Challenge at The Bookish Brunette – Tell me the synopsis of the book you’re currently reading (or the one you just finished) in six words. Bonus points if you do it in less words than six. My entry: Maine woman tells story of murders.