Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Venice in February



I've signed up for my first 2012 reading challenge. It is called Venice in February and there's more about it here and here. Since February is my birthday month, this is a little present to myself.

10 comments:

  1. I've signed up for this one too :) Should be fun!

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  2. Your pooch looks so happy in the snow!

    i am still undecided whether I'll be joining any 2012 challenges....have fun Nan.

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  3. Oooh, be careful! Challenge Reading is a (fun but) slippery slope! Soon one may not be enough . . . .

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  4. I've signed up, too. I'll be interested to see what you decide to read, Nan.

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  5. Becca and Les, I'll be interested in the title(s) you choose to read. This is a whole new reading place for me. I think I've read only two books set there.

    Diane and J.G., I'm just joining the ones I KNOW I will enjoy. Over the years I've tried a few that just weren't for me.

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  6. Just found your blog while I was looking for a cover image of Agnes Sligh Turnbull's Little Christmas.
    What a lovely space you have here!

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  7. Deniz, thank you. Are you reading Little Christmas? I thought it such a wonderful book.

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  8. Well for goodness' sake, I thought I'd stopped by here to say thank you for posting about it and give an even bigger cry of joy that you've joined. And when is your birthday, exactly, in February?!

    (Plus, no fear to those who are challenge-reluctant; one need only read a single book from a list which inspires me to read them all.)

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  9. I'd like to read the novel! So far I've only read the shortened version in an old Reader's Digest from the 60s...

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  10. Bellezza, you may have emailed. What happened is that I signed up before I posted on my blog.

    Deniz, I can't imagine it being condensed. It is such a short book as it is! :<)

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