Super Book Password

Noah and John are the winners in the the third round of Super Book Password. Noah correctly guessed my first Movie Title ("Bringing Up Baby") and John has snagged the points on the second ("Around the World in 80 Days"). Next week will bring a new Password Category: Musical Group.

Some of Bev's Favorite Quotes...

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Challenge Complete: 2012 TBR Pile

Adam from Roof Beam Reader is sponsoring a second round of TBR-tackling with his TBR Pile Challenge for 2012.  I finished up the challenge on 9/24/12...having read all twelve declared books as well as my two alternates.  Here are the TBR books now moved off the teetering stacks of books:

1. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (2/29/12)
2. The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare [this edition, pub 1963] (6/30/12)
3. Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen [this edition, pub 2003] (8/13/12)
4. The Future on Ice by Orson Scott Card (ed) [pub 1998] (2/15/12)
O' Artful Death by Sarah Stewart Taylor [pub 2003] (6/20/12)
6. The Case of the Blind Barber by John Dickson Carr [pub 1934] (9/22/12)
7. Nothing Can Rescue Me by Elizabeth Daly [pub 1943] (read 2/18/12)
8. The Four Million & Other Stories by O. Henry [pub 1963] (read 7/21/12)
9. My Name is Legion by Roger Zelazny [pub 1976] (read 1/4/12)
10. Prayers to Broken Stones by Dan Simmons [pub 1990] (read 1/14/12)
11. Crime on Her Mind: 15 Stories of Female Sleuths from the Victorian Era to the Forties by Michelle B. Slung, ed. [pub 1975] (8/18/12)
12. The Edgar Winners: 33rd Annual Anthology of the Mystery Writers of America by Bill Pronzini, ed. [pub 1980] (9/5/12)


 Murder at the Library of Congress by Margaret Truman [pub 1999] (9/24/12)
 The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert & Bill Ransom [pub. 1979] (read 2/29/12)


Gina @ My Precious said...

Great for you. This has been one of my most difficult challenges for 2012 - (well a similar one called Off the Shelf) I really struggle to make time for those books I already own. Ya know all those other obligations get in the way. I hope I'm able to finish my challenge this year. I only chose to read 6 books. So far I've read one of those six. You did a fantastic job with your challenge. Great work!

Roof Beam Reader said...

Way to go, Bev! I've linked-up this post in our final wrap-up (going live today) and you'll be entered for the prize!

Bev Hankins said...

Yay me! Thanks for checking on me, Adam! Got my fingers crossed for prize-winning.