A Conversation about Books & Things
Hi carol Just linked No.9 Brat Farrar Kathy
Thanks, Kathy X
Hey, Carol, My first link for Tortured for Christ did not work, for whatever reason; I reposted the link, and the second one works. So, if you could delete that first one for me...thanks! I don't know what i did wrong, but that's me for ya! Thanks.
I have no idea how to delete, so there you go! That's me for ya, too. No problems anyhow. Great review, btw.
Clouds of Witness - Dorothy Sayers review posted
Thanks, Lacey. 🙂
Posted another review for category 7 - a seasonal book.
Whoops - I missed a review that I posted a while ago for category 10, the substitute. I did an Elizabeth Goudge novel. So fun.
Nice! Look forward to reading your posts. 🙂
Category 8 (Christian theme) linked; Tale of Two Cities.
Great review, Lacey. 🙂
Just posted #6 -- chugging along!
You're doing well, Lacey. I've nearly finished writing a review for my latest read.
I've only read four so far... and failed to type up reviews on my blog. I must make some time to stop and gather my thoughts into a post.
Hi Lucy, the main thing is to read them so you're doing the heart of the challenge. :) Don't worry about going into detail with reviews - just some quotes & what you thought of it would be fine but if you don't get around to that you could just make a list & give your books a star rating or a mark out of 10 or whatever. I've got behind with my reviews generally because we've been overseas & I read a number of books on planes & trains. I'm tempted not to bother but I always like to make a note of what I thought of a book/didn't like about it/age suitability just for reference especially as a home educator for when I'm deciding what my children should read.
Thanks Carol - I will follow your suggestion.
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