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June 13, 2008



not sure i'm doing it right still, but i'm still trying to stay in it...

peace... love... bdg...

Lori Broach

I haven't really read much in the last few years, unless you count kids' books. I forgot how much I can learn in such a short time just by reading a book. I forgot how easily I can be transported to another time and place just by reading a book. How fun.


Mark, this is a genius idea.
And BTW, no one can smoke me!


Oh, I think by reading list you meant books we have read? I thought that started today, so there won't be a list until next week. O.K. Getting some sleep now, then I'll try to figure this out again. LOL


I'm not totally clear on any of this, really. Maybe I just need sleep. I am finishing The Pilgrim's Regress - about 25 pages or so left. Later today or tomorrow, I plan to start, Push My Life Into a Duffle Bag by John Roger Schofield. I posted a list and review of the two book head start yesterday. Do I have to post another blog with the list again? I don't really want to post the same thing basically twice. I don't want to totally bore those who do read my blog. I'll probably add to my list if I get that far or alter it if I can't get a few of the books in time, but not anticipating that problem.


All this talk about children's books made me want to read my favorite kids book again ;)


It's totally up to you. If you want to link to your original list and just update that every week, that's totally cool.

And just because I'm doing the 15 minute thing doesn't mean you have to!

Jean DeChant

I am so confused....this is all so new too me.
Here is my blog for the summer reading club...?
It gets even better next week I get a phone that I can text with....never done that either. All of this technology is fun once I get a better understanding of it all.

Trisha R

Hmmmm...are we supposed to post the link to our blogs here too, like on the week 0 thread? If so: http://bellalili.blogspot.com/2008/06/summer-reading-club-my-book-list.html


Yep - definitely overdoes the 15 minutes! Perhaps we need an addendum to the rule, you know, like Fridays being a freebie? Or is that just the addiction talking???


Well shoot...I wasn't thinking about the fact that today is Friday! I had 5 chapters left yesterday and read 3, then decided to wait on the other 2....darn! I'll finish tonight though :)

And yay for being able to use children's books! I know I'll be able to comment on quite a few of them, so I'll add that list as well tonight.

Dawnifer Gomer

You do realize all this link love stuff will take more than our allotted 15 minutes per day per the rules of Websurfer's Anonymous? Just spoofin' ya! Somebody check and make sure I do my links right, OK?

Trisha R

Ok Mr. Lee...trying to figure this out. I liked my last two read books to your Summer Reading Club, week 0 post...are we linking a new link each week? Is that where we should post our entire list or should it be somewhere else? LOL I'm sure this isn't really THAT confusing and it's just me. Anyways, I linked myself again :0) I just finished my first book last night too! Yay me!

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