Ok, in my attempt to get slightly more organized with my reading and blogging habits I am going to post my monthly “required” reading (for book groups, challenges etc) so that I can be held publicly accountable for what I’ve committed to read!
My big “project” for June (and July, August, probably September….) is to read Ulysses by James Joyce, beginning on Bloomsday (June 16th). I am going to read a little bit (at least 20 pages) every day and blog about my progress each week. If anyone is
crazy enough interested in joining me please do! If I can figure out how one of those linky things work I will put one up on my first post; otherwise I’ll just look forward to your comments on the posts.
Here is the rest of June’s reading list:
For Book Groups
For littlereader’s Readalong
Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie
I also am trying to find a book for June’s World Party but this month’s stop is in Liberia and the pickings are slim. Any suggestions?
Of course I have several (hundred) books on my shelves to choose from in between all of these ones.
Now if I can only figure out a way to read while at my desk at work …..
In my post reviewing The Knife Sharpener’s Bell (here), I offered to give away my copy of the book to a random commenter. I kind of forgot that with BEA and the Memorial Day holiday those people with lives were not hovering around their computer so I am extending my offer to a random commenter to this or the original post (please include e-mail address) until June 7.
I was very excited to see that the lone commenter to the review post was the author herself so I did not feel too neglected …..