Winston’s july

Well its been a funny month in Winston towers ,Winston’s mum Amanda was very poorly so second half of month not blogged much ,but have start the Don Quixote read along and really enjoying it so far ,with two stages already read have read a number of books but yet to review ,but luckily on holiday from tomorrow so will catch up whilst off work .

Julys books

  1. The last brother by Nathacha Appanah .
  2. For bread alone by Mohamed Chourki .
  3. The Reconstructionist by Nick Avrin .
  4. Stones in a landslide by Maria Barbel .
  5. Dream story by Arthur Schintzer .
  6. the imperfectionist by Tom Rachman .
  7. The Slap christof tsiolkas .
  8. A personal matter by  Kenzaburo oe
  9. Death in Bordeaux by Alain Massie

 

In process of reading

Don Quixote by Cervantes

the frozen Heart by Almudena Grandes

Challenges –

Hundred books in a year -73/100 ,well on course 27 left to reach target

around the world  17/52 managed to read one from my list .

Next month –

The plans for this month are read my 3 1930’s books ,the books from Netherlands ,Greece ,Egypt ,Cape Verde and few other if I get the chance .Sorry for absence second half of this month

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lisa Almeda Sumner
    Aug 01, 2010 @ 14:27:32

    Hi Stu, I hope you wife is feeling better now. I hate when my loved one is ill–I’d rather be ill myself! I got on track with Don Quixote, and put up my first Don Quixote post last night.

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  2. The Book Whisperer
    Aug 01, 2010 @ 14:59:16

    Hope Amanda is feeling better, Stu. Poor Winston looks like he missed his mummy.

    Great reading for July and good luck with your upcoming challenges 🙂

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  3. Iris
    Aug 01, 2010 @ 15:11:17

    I am glad to hear that Amanda is starting to feel better. I hope August will be better for the both of you!

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  4. amymckie
    Aug 01, 2010 @ 15:57:52

    I’m also glad that Amanda is feeling a bit better. You still managed to get a lot of reading in, and I’m looking forward to hearing what you read this coming month.

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  5. Kinna
    Aug 01, 2010 @ 20:22:05

    Glad to hear that your wife is feeling better Stu. I read relatively less in July. I’m hoping to read more in August. Looking forward to the Cape Verde book.

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  6. Lua
    Aug 02, 2010 @ 05:08:30

    Hi Stu- I’m glad to hear Amanda is feeling better! Sounds like July was a productive month for Winston nevertheless. Here’s to August 🙂

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  7. Valerie
    Aug 06, 2010 @ 04:41:17

    Glad that your Winston’s mommy is feeling better. I know that my Winston is very lost whenever one of his family members is away! It seems like you’ve still managed to have a productive reading month nevertheless — and Oe is the only author I’ve heard of, from all the books you’ve finished reading. Plenty for me to look up.

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