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August 15, 2008


Bill Rodriguez

check this site out to keep track of all your books.. and check out what I have been reading this summer.. http://www.librarything.com/catalog/billrod


I finally posted...I haven't finished the review but I did finish the book.

I had my list on my sidebar and then changed my layout and POOF!!!! everything disappeared!


I've read a lot of books this summer, Mark, but keeping up a blog felt too much like homework. I don't like homework. Love to assign it to my students.....but hate doing it myself....


I haven't really read that many books, but I have been dedicated. Doesn't that count for something? :P


I used last weeks...but I just finished another last night and working on one now...but I'm too tired to write them up :) So I will add them to the list when we get to doing lists...

Jean DeChant

Got another book posted tonight. Hopping to get my last book done this next week. Reading the book Stiff by Mary Roach.


Well, I'm plugging away, but I've been gone a lot also, so it's taking me a while. I am on my third book (called Emergence) and a bit over halfway through. I hope I can finish it this week. Not expecting any prizes. Reading is it's own reward. It's cool to see what others have been doing, and the club is some incentive. Thanks again for putting this together. :)


Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know. I've already posted SPOON RIVER on the last MrLinky. Hey, who can blame me? It's been a while. So, remove my link (or leave it there as a monument to my idiocy).

I am currently engrossed in a Sam Cooke bio. Great stuff! With all the talk as of late about 'christian crossover', seems timely.


first post this week, but i'm easy.. i read all of Vince Flynn's books this summer. well, all the ones that are out in paperback - his latest comes out in paperback in a few weeks...

Trisha R

Welcome back! I've also got my complete list, read and not read, in my sidebar, but all of the ones that I've read are in my post with their summary/review. It's been a great summer, thanks for the incentive Mr. Lee!


My list is on my sidebar. I think Spoon River is where I left off with the SRC. =)

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