01 January 2012

What's in a Name 5: Something on a Calendar

Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with something you'd find on a calendar in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

If Mr. Linky ever disappears, just leave a comment or come back and link up later. Or email me (see contact icons in the sidebar) and I'll add your link when Mr. Linky is fixed.


Patty 1/5/12, 1:27 AM  

great challenge! look forward to reading all other books!

Karen White 1/6/12, 11:33 PM  

Y'all are gonna think I have nothing else to do but this reading challenge, but I have been stuck home with sick kids all week, so I've been reading A LOT. And actually, this was accidental. Finished the book, and then noticed that it had the month "March" in the title, duh!

Joy Weese Moll 1/8/12, 11:18 AM  

Karen, my book was an accidental challenge read as well!

birdgirl_1107 1/19/12, 1:15 PM  

One down, five to go! Hopefully I'll enjoy the rest of my books more than I did the first ...

Book Dragon 1/26/12, 4:27 AM  

not sure if it counts....A Three Dog Life by Abigail Thomas

I'm also reading Murder on Monday but don't know when/if I'll finish it

Jaclyn 1/30/12, 6:26 AM  

First one done! I picked "The Dean's December" - my first Saul Bellow. Beautifully written!

Librarybug 1/30/12, 3:25 PM  

Just finished my first book for the challenge!

H Lynnea 2/4/12, 12:34 AM  

My third book down for the challenge! Just finished Just Another Judgement Day, by Simon R. Green (book 9 of the Nightside series). This is so much fun - and it's been helping me decide what to read next!

grammajudyb 2/16/12, 11:10 AM  

This is my 2nd book in the challenge: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. I have wanted to read this book for several years and I was glad to have this challenge that gave me a reason to check it out of the library.

CMash 2/16/12, 11:40 AM  

This is my 2nd year of participating and had so much fun last year. This is my first book entered. Thank you for hosting.

Melanie 3/2/12, 7:15 PM  

My very first book of 2012 was Winifred Watson's MISS PETTIGREW LIVES FOR A DAY. Which was so so much fun - the movie is good, too, but the pacing of the book is just too marvelous.

Mary R. 4/5/12, 4:45 PM  

This is my second book read for this challenge. I kept coming across The Friday Night Knitting Club and decided I would read that for my "calendar" book. I didn't like it, but I'm glad I read it because now I know I don't need to read any more of the series.

Jane 4/22/12, 8:08 PM  

April Lady by Georgette Heyer. Four down.

Buried In Print 5/8/12, 1:12 PM  

Gah. I posted my pocket read and my calendar read above: so sorry. (I did add the pocket read to its proper page, but can't delete the misplaced one.)

pinsandneedles 5/31/12, 10:45 AM  

I read The Friday Night Knitting Club for this challenge.

Carine 6/14/12, 1:48 PM  

Another one donw, four more to go!

Rachelle21 6/22/12, 2:56 PM  

When looking at what I read, I realized this book - Redemption Day - fit something on a calendar.

Christine Harding 7/9/12, 6:21 AM  

Something You'd find on a calendar - summer and winter... two books for the price of one, The Summer Book and A Winter Book, by Tove Jansson, Delightful, charming, wise, warm, beautifully written - read them and see how wonderful they are! http://chriscross-thebooktrunk.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/magical-finnish-stories.html

Paula 8/10/12, 1:33 AM  

My fourth for the challenge was The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott. A very enjoyable fiction with some basis on fact.

Anonymous,  8/11/12, 9:49 PM  

I just submitted my link, but I read this book early in the year. I only just realized I could use it for this category in the challenge (whew!)

Bibliophile 9/19/12, 2:45 PM  

Four down, two to go. This category's book was the delightful "The Darling Buds of May" by H.E. Bates.

hannah 10/1/12, 5:42 PM  

I finished "the Year of the Flood" by Margaret Atwood to finish out this challenge!

Brenda 11/3/12, 9:40 PM  

I just added my last book for the challenge. This was great fun!

Book Dragon 11/24/12, 5:26 PM  

just in case A Three Dog Life didn't count... I read Wife by Wednesday
by Catherine Bybee

Mariana 11/25/12, 7:02 PM  

Didn't write a review... but I read Wacky Wednesday by JA Rock; very good book. It's like Freaky Friday with a a twist.

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