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December 28, 2007 at 11:22 pm | Posted in Books | 7 Comments

That is the total number of pages I read in 2007.  Since I read a total of 53 books this year (always add one more for good measure), that’s an average of 396 each.  That is really unbelievable to me, and I was there for each and every page.  I will forever be proud of this accomplishment.

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  1. Congratulations! That is a wonderful accomplishment.

  2. That truly is an accomplishment! Way to go!

    Now wanna join me for the To Be Read challenge? 12 books over the course of the year that have been languishing on your “to be read” list (or shelf) for six months of longer. I’ve got a couple of doozies in mine… Books I’ve been meaning to read for years, and generally well in excess of 500 pages each. Yikes! What am I committing to?

  3. Holy cow!!! What a feat!

    What will 2008 bring? 😉

  4. What will 2008 bring???? Other than continuing to be the fantastic best friend that I already am? 🙂 I’m going to be jumping in the deep end with b*babbler with her To Be Read challenge. It fits in very nicely with my original idea of reading 12 tomes. Perfection. b*babbler – should we make a list and post it 1/1/08 and then mark them off as they are read? What’s your plan?

    I’m also going to be heading back to Weight Watchers. It’s time to get that ball rolling in the right direction again. That’ll have to be another blog, though.

    2008 is going to be great!

  5. 2008 is going to be my year of tackling major To Be Read books that have been on the shelf (either the real one in our office, or the wish list in my head) for way too long. i’m starting off w/ anna karenina (counting it in 08 since i’m not yet halfway through and 07 is over)

  6. Judi,

    Happy New Year!!! I am going to be starting Anna Karenina myself this month!!! I’m currently reading The House at Riverton by Kate Morton because it is an ARC that I got through Barnes & Noble. As soon as I’m through with that, it’s off to Tolstoy. Oh, and then I’m going to squeeze in Water for Elephants for my book club site…

  7. I once knew a woman who had kept a list of every book she ever read, she listed the book title, author, where she bought the book (or who she borrowed it from), and made a few comments about the book. I saw her list when she was 65 years old, it was written on notebook paper and she was copying it for a friend. What a cool thing, it sounds like you are on the same path – only in a much more tech savvy way.
    Take Care,
    Stephanie


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