Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Spring Read Thing 2011 Wrap-Up


Happy Summer!  For those of us in Florida, Summer actually started in January, but for the rest of you--welcome to the season of ice-cold lemonade and juicy seedless watermelon.  (I'm hungry already...be back shortly.)

In the Spring, I signed up to be a part of the Spring Read Thing 2011 hosted by Katrina at Callapidder Days.  (You can read my original post here.)  I think I've faired pretty well during this Reading Challenge--even though I didn't stick to my original list.

I did end up reading about 15 books total.  Several of which were non-fiction, a genre I don't really read a whole lot.  GoodReads also informs me that I'm still about 24 books behind to reach my reading goal for the year, but I am still proud to have been able to read those 15 books.  After all, I had the end of a hectic school year to wrap up (anyone need a good librarian?) and I had to find a new place to live (rent is going up way too high for my budget).  In any case, I will be posting reviews to several of the books I read within the next week or so.

Did you participate in the Spring Read Thing 2011?  How did you do on your reading goals?  Any favorites that I need to add to my reading list?   Let me know what you think!  Happy Reading!

5 comments:

nikki @ for the love of books said...

Hi! I read your review and rated it on Blogging for books. I'd really appreciate it if you could return the favor! Thanks! You can find the links to my new reviews on my blog here http://nikki-fortheloveofbooks.blogspot.com/2011/06/help-me-out-rate-my-reviews.html

Dynamic Uno said...

Thanks for rating my review Nikki! I'm more than happy to stop by and rate yours. (We need all the votes we can get.) :)

Susanne said...

Fifteen books is a great accomplishment especially with lots on your plate. Way to go.

Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

Fifteen books in the middle of a busy school year sounds like success to me! Especially if you're adding in that nonfiction, which can consume more time and brain power. :) Good job!

S said...

Wow, 15, you did really really well. I am not a consistent reader, so I'd never sign up for a year-long quota. Good for you!