Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Isn't this a challenge or something?




This is cute! This is a challenge right? I'm guilty of not really paying attention to these types of things when I'm reading. Maybe I should create a map just to see how it would come out.
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23 comments:

  1. OH THAT IS COOL!!!!!!!!
    I don't think I can do this this year, too many commitments, but maybe I'll save it and do it next year.
    I love it!

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    1. If I did this, I don't think I could do anything else.

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  2. That is soo cute! There is a challenge I was thinking about joining in called Where Are You Reading? http://bookjourney.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/2013-where-are-you-reading-challenge-sign-up/

    You should check that out.

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  3. This is awesome. I think I'm going to chart the books I read in 2013 and see where each of them were placed. Great idea.

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    1. I have no idea how it would turn out because I never pay attention. I think it would be fun.

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  4. Wow, That's cool! Thanks for sharing.

    Tamara @ Shelf Addiction.

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  5. FUN!
    I love that Blood and Chocolate is on this list. I loooooove love love that book.
    The ending is my favorite.

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    1. I've never read it. Hmmm... let me see what that's about.

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  6. I think it is a challenge and it's quite ambitious!

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    1. I agree. I think if I do this one, I wouldn't be able to focus on any other challenge.

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  7. WOW that's a pretty awesome challenge, I'm surprised I've actually read quite a few of the books featured but never though of them on terms of where they take place. Interesting :D

    Thanks for sharing the challenge.

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  8. I stumbled across your blog through another book blogs comment and I am sure glad I did! It's always nice to meet fellow bibliophiles!

    This read across the world is absolutely adorable, and I have read a large majority of them (some are even reviewed already on my blog if you'd like to check it out!)

    I have yet to read California's book (my home state) so i'm going to add it to my next in line.

    I just subscribed to your blog and cant wait to see more updates and reviews to add to my ever growing need to read list.

    -Stacy at Longtime Lover Of Literature

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    1. Thanks for stopping in! I've read quite a few of the those listed but I really just never think about it like that when I'm reading. I'm not sure which states I would be missing.

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  9. Oh wow! This is neat!!! I hope this is done again next year :)

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  10. That graphic wasn't a part of a reading challenge - but you can make it one :-) If you check the Epic Reads boards - there is one for YA around the World too.

    Tanya Patrice
    Girlxoxo.com

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    1. I think the graphic demonstrates how interesting this challenge is. I'm more interested in documenting where my books fall on the map than trying to read a book from each state though.

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