Spring Reading List 2014 Wrap-Up

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Back in March, I signed up for The Musing of a Book Addict’s Spring Reading Thing challenge. Now that spring and the challenge is over, it’s time to share what I accomplished from my spring reading list.

Original Goals:

What I planned to read, subject to change. All links take you to the book description on Goodreads.

Accomplishments-Books Finished

(links to giveaway and book reviews on my blog)

  • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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  • What Nora Knew by Linda Yellin
  • Where’d You Go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple. Be sure to stop by and enter my giveaway of this book going on now!
  • Paris, Rue des Martyrs by Adria Cimino. I read this in one day!
  • Blown Circuit by Lars Guignard (audiobook)
  • The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. One of my favorite books of all time.
  • Read 652 pages of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • I read 73 books with my kids. Visit my 1000 kids books shelf on Goodreads to see which ones! The kids love scanning and rating books themselves.

What have you been reading this Spring? What was on your spring reading list? What’s on your summer reading list? Be sure to friend me on Goodreads too.

13 comments

    • Tanya M says:

      Hi April, I have a shelf on Goodreads called “1000 kids books” because it’s my goal to read 1000 with them (or they read to me). Then on the mobile Goodreads app, we can scan the book’s barcode, then they like to add the stars. Of course, the preschooler rates everything a 5. But it’s actually helped him sit and pay attention to the stories in the past year since I started staying home. I don’t put a date read on the book in Goodreads so it doesn’t count towards my own challenge to read 55 books this year but the shelf still tracks how many books we’ve read together. :)

    • Tanya M says:

      Thanks so much for hosting Sandra despite all the work and personal pressures you are going through. I really do better when my reading is focused on a list.

    • Tanya M says:

      Thanks so much Mark. I agree, Harry Potters are my Everest. When I finish Order of the Phoenix, it will be my personal record for longest book read. The kids have so much fun scanning and giving the books star ratings, I see budding book bloggers in the future. Maybe I’ll have to let them take over my blog one day :) Thanks for stopping by.

    • Tanya M says:

      20 Books read is fantastic Tanya! I love crossing items off a list so I was pretty pleased with my reading progress. What’s on your summer list?

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