My Challenges (timed)


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Completed 8 of 9



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Completed 2 of 3



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Completed 2 of 4



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Completed 71 of 81



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Completed 9 of 10


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Completed 34 of 50



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Completed 1 of 2



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Completed 1 of 2



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Completed 1 of 5



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Completed 3 of 5



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Completed 5 of 100

My Challenges (perpetual)

100 SHOTS OF SHORT
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CHECKIN’ OFF THE CHEKHOV
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THE COMPLETE BOOKER
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MARTEL-HARPER CHALLENGE
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MODERN LIBRARY'S 100 BEST NOVELS

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NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS
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THE PULITZER PROJECT
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TAMMY'S BEYOND BOOKS CHALLENGE

New York Times Book Review: 6/40
New Yorker: 0/36
New York Review of Books: 0/20
Vogue: 1/16
Email: 841/1373

Monday, July 6, 2009

What are you reading on Mondays? - July 6

For the second week in a row, I've only completed 1 book. At this rate, there's no way that I'll finish my challenges on time. But somehow I'm not feeling too bad about this. Maybe I'm finally learning how to let up on myself and just enjoy?

Recent completions:


Reading this week:


Up next:



Challenge progress:


1% Well-Read: 6/10
18th and 19th Century Women Writers: 2/5
A to Z Challenge: 20/26
Baker Street Challenge: 0/4
Chunkster: 0/3
Classics Challenge: 2/6
Decades '09: 7/9
Dewey Decimal: 8/10
Elizabeth Gaskell: 1/2
Fill in the Gaps 100 Books: 1/100
George Eliot: 0/2
Guardian's 1000 Best Novels: 2/10
Nonfiction 5: 3/5
Orbis Terrarum: 6/10
Summer Vacation Reading: 3/6
Support Your Local Library: 25/50
TBR Lite: 4/6
What's in a Name 2: 3/6

999 Challenge (overall): 44/81

999 Subcategories:



  • 1001 Books: 4/9


  • Booker/National Awards: 2/9


  • Through the Decades: 7/9


  • Dewey's Books: 6/9


  • C.S. Lewis: 2/9


  • Biographies: 4/9


  • Travel: 7/9


  • Catholicism: 4/9


  • Dewey Decimal: 8/9

1 comments:

J. Kaye said...

I think Steve would love to read George Weigel's book!