feb round up

another month comes to end ,its been a great month on winstonsdad ,two blog improvement tasks ,got blog looking great at moment new header up to date tags and categories ,well what have i read this month –

  1. The belly of the Atlantic by Fatou Diome
  2. A winter book by Tove Jansson
  3. Jerusalem by Patrick Neate
  4. First as tragedy then as farce by Slavoj Zizek
  5. The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris
  6. The girl with glass feet by Ali Shaw
  7. Dinner at the homesick restaurant by Anne Tyler
  8. postcards from a dead girlfriend by kirk Farber
  9. The man who knew everything by Tom Stacey

the ones i really liked were the girl with glass feet ,postcards from a dead girlfriend and the man who knew everything .

reading challenges 2010

around the world in  52 books 8/52

hundred books in a year 18/100

both still on course may need to read a few more from my around the world challenge in march

 March’s plans will be to start with the new Jo Nesbo ,the a book about iran .good reading all

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sarah
    Mar 02, 2010 @ 17:11:53

    What a fantastic reading month you have had! It’s easy to make a strong start in January, but everything seems to slide in February… Well, it does for me.

    See that you have some interesting books lined up for March. I’ve been wanting to read Saplings, I shall be interested to know what you think of it.


    • winstonsdad
      Mar 02, 2010 @ 20:15:30

      I think having couple of challenges is helping to keeping me up with reading i had a lull last feb after reading a lot in jan


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February 2010


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