Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

T4MC – Week 2

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Virginie Says…

Time for the week 2 update!  I didn’t finish anything last week, but hopefully someoneFullscreen capture 9192009 30339 PM out there did!  Want me to update your points?  Just post in comments and I’ll do it.  I brought up everyone who gave me an update to the top of the list to  make it easier to check out.

One update I do have is that I started New Moon (audio book).  Nearly done with O, Juliet and still working on The Foundling.

How did you do this week?

Moi – 15 points

Heather – 20 points

Marie – 15 points

Cass – 30 points

Bella – 60 points

Raidergirl3 – 30 points

Amanda – 25 points

Jennifer – 25 points

Lucy – 15 points

J.T. -35 points

Nise’ – 65 points

Elizabeth – 20 points

Sharen

Blondierocket

Angie

Barbara S.

SensitiveMuse

Petunia

Melissa

Sherrie

Melissa W.

Shannon

Ana O.

Prongs

Lucy

Susie

Jen

Lindsey

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12 thoughts on “T4MC – Week 2

  1. well, so far I am totally sucking at this…

  2. WAIT I just realized that I DID read a book by a Canadian Author…only she’s originally from the UK, but lives in Canada and the book takes place in Canada. Does that count? If not, it does have a VERY wintery theme. Here’s my review:

    http://bibliofreakblog.com/fiction/seal-intestine-raincoat-iby-rosie-chardi/

    ALSO, I just reviewed Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen, who was born in December. Boo-ya!

    http://bibliofreakblog.com/fiction/northanger-abbey-iby-jane-austeni-2/

    • Awesome! How many points should I put you down for then? (I’m easy when it comes to fitting books into a category…so you pick which category it fits under!)

  3. I had a flying start last week, but I’ve nothing to add this week.

    Hopefully I will next week, as I’ve got my VC Andrews pick all ready to read 🙂

    • I think it’s more likely that I’ll come across a book with a winter theme than another Canadian author, so even though it’s less points, lets go w/ that category.

      So that’s 25 points total for me!

  4. I didn’t think I’d have any books set in France on the horizon, then I picked up The Invention of Hugo Cabret, a most wonderful book that I read this afternoon.
    10 points this week, for a total of 30 points.

    plus, I am still working on my Bronte.

  5. I read The Life of Elizabeth I by Alison Weir, which earns me 5 points (read a book about a king or queen).
    Here’s the link: http://bookshelfmonstrosity.blogspot.com/2009/11/life-of-elizabeth-i-by-alison-weir.html

  6. Oh, I have points –

    5 points for a book about vampires
    Dead Until Dark, Charlaine Harris
    http://readingwithtequila.blogspot.com/2009/11/dead-until-dark-by-charlaine-harris.html

    20 points for reading a book and reviewing it
    Bled Dry, Erin McCarthy
    http://readingwithtequila.blogspot.com/2009/11/bled-dry-by-erin-mccarthy.html

  7. I read a book with a winter/Christmas theme – The Story of Holly and Ivy.

    http://needmoreshelves.blogspot.com/2009/11/review-story-of-holly-and-ivy-by-rumer.html

    That’s 20 points – hooray, I’m on the board! =)

  8. Finished 5 pts. Proper Name, About King or Queen. 15 pts. Nov. BDay Author Neil Gaiman. 20 pts – Wintery theme, read & review. For a total of 65 pts.

  9. Read Johnny Tremaine under the Civil War category – 15 points

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