Wednesday, December 31, 2008

50 Challenge Book: December

YAY! I finish my 50th book! I'm just glad I made it in times before the New Year come (which is tomorrow). Usually I'm able to pass the 50 books and by the years end, I would have finish around 70 books. Because it has been a slow reading and the stupid reading slump, it made it harder for me to speed up the reading. But I'm just glad that I pass the 50 mark!

However, I didn't read my TBR Challenge for November 2008 which was to read a book with a weather in it titles. Although I already got the book pick out, I just didn't read it because I was too caught up trying to read books that were fast and easy to read to reach the 50th book *grin*. The book I picked to read for the TBR Challenge for November was Eyes of the Storm by Dee Davis. I will continue to read it and post it later.

I also didn't read my TBR Challenge for December 2008, either. The challenge was to read a book with just the title on the cover--no scenery, no cover models, just the title. But a background design is okay. And I haven't pick a book yet, which I will do eventually and will post it later, too :)

Below, is the book I read in December (click on titles book to read my reviews). I've read 4 book this month. Since January of 2008 I have read a total of 50!

P.S. My dear good friend Darla is the one who came up with this 50 Challenge Book ideas to the group that we both members of. Please click her name (above) to see her book review at her blog (or search archive) :)

Click the book titles below, to read my reviews:

47. Line of Scrimmage by Marie Force

48. Second-Chance Family by Karina Bliss

49. No Place Like Home by Margaret Watson

50. Finally a Bride by Lisa Childs


Alice Teh said...

Congratulations on completing the 50th book! Well done, Julia!

May the year 2009 be another good year of reading for you!

We can do some of the NR series together! (I read your comment about you wanting to re-read some of them...)

Julia said...

Thanks for the congrats!

I'm actually sitting in bed, resting with the laptop and TV on to watch New Year countdown. Being sick is no fun, when one can't go anywhere *sigh*

I hope the New Year 2009 will bring me some good reading, and maybe help me speed up the totals reading before the end of year 2009

GREAT! Can't wait to start reading together NR series books! Just let me know when and we start :)

Melody said...

YAY! I'm glad to hear you completed the challenge, Julia! That's great!!!

Let's hope this year will be another great reading year for us! :)

Julia said...

Melody - Thanks for your cheered :) Me and you both on the hope it'll be great reading year for us!