Saturday, March 31, 2012

5th Annual Canadian Book Challenge- March Roundup (Sticky Post -- Scroll down for most recent post)




How to add your link:
1. Click on the icon above
2. Add a link to your review. (Please link to your specific review, not an entire webpage.)
3. Add your name and in parentheses the title of the book, such as John Mutford (Anne of Avonlea)

Also, in the comment section below, tell me your grand total so far. (ex. This brings me up to 1/13)

43 comments:

Medea said...

Why did I do that? It's Virginia Wolf!

This is my 29th Canadian book for the challenge.

John Mutford said...

36/26
(11/13 north of 60 books, 25/13 pan-Canadian books)

Heather said...

Hi John,
Add book 14 to the list. Liesl and Po. Yes the author is American, but the artwork is by Canadian Kei Acedera and there is extensive amounts of drawings through out the book.

pooker said...

There! Got one in at the beginning of the month instead of running in at the last moment at the end of the month. 21/13.

Teena in Toronto said...

I just finished #20.

Paronomaniac said...

Urgh, just at 6/13. Need to get reading! ~ Jennifer B

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Swordsman said...

Just finished my 17th book passing my total for last years challenge!

Christa @ Hooked on Books said...

Just linked up my review of 40 Things I Want to Tell You - bringing me up to 8 books!

Steve Zipp said...

Ah, no. 8 for me and a return to Nettilling Lake.

Shonna said...

Up to 90 Canadian books now, and thoroughly enjoying this challenge.

Paulina said...

At 5 books now.

Swordsman said...

I'm up to 18 now!

Corey said...

11!

Melissa said...

Well, there's #31. I'm quite slow this month because I've been reading more American / British lately. But the Giles Blunt novel I just finished was amazing!!

Sarah said...

Just added book #17.

Paronomaniac said...

6/13. Getting there! ~ Jennifer B

pooker said...

22/13

Medea said...

31

Heather said...

HI John,
Have added links for 15- 419 by Will Ferguson and 16- Plain Kate by Erin Bow.

John Mutford said...

37/26
(11/13 north of 60 books, 26/13 pan-Canadian books)

Irene said...

Hi John,

This my 30th book reviewed. I should have a few more read before the end of the month.

Irene

Her Royal Orangeness said...

I read and reviewed my 7th book for the challenge: Atonement by GaƩtan Soucy.

Shonna said...

Up to 92 books now

Gavin said...

11 of 13!

gypsysmom said...

Sorry John, I messed up and didn't add the name of the book to my link. It is Cats I Have Known and Loved by Pierre Berton. This is my 6th book for the challenge.

John Mutford said...

38/26
(12/13 north of 60 books, 26/13 pan-Canadian books)

Nicola said...

Silver Threads puts me at 35 books total.

pussreboots said...

I'm up to 18 finished now.

Ordinary Reader said...

12/13

Chrisbookarama said...

I have 8/13

Nicola said...

Zombies makes 37 books.

Medea said...

I'm at 33 now.

Sarah said...

I'm sure I probably messed up a good system here, so my apologies. I very recently heard about this book challenge, and I was very interested, so I signed up. I've just listed 10 books which I've read since July 1, 2011. If it's easier to list them all as March books, that's fine, or if you'd like to sort them into the months in which I read them, they are as follows:

1.Requiem by Francis Atani in October
2.One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp in November
3.The Beggar's Garden by Michael Christie in December
4.Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan in January
5.The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt in January
6.Blood Red Road by Moira Young in January
7.The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence in January
8.The Other Side of the Bridge by Mary Lawson in February
9.Anil's Ghost by Michael Ondaatje in March
10.Better Living Through Plastic Explosives by Zsuzsi Gartner in March

Sarah said...

Just added #18.

Kate said...

I'm having problems using the link-collector, since I reviewed 3 books in one post and it isn't letting me post the same link 3 times! My books were Tempest-Tost, A Leaven of Malice, and A Mixture of Frailties, all by Robertson Davies which are Canadian re-reads 6, 7, and 8 for me. The review for all 3 of them is here.

Sarah said...

Catch Me When I Fall by Rebecca Westerhof is book #11 for me.

Steve Zipp said...

The Nymph and the Lamp puts me at 9.

Shannon (Giraffe Days) said...

I read Jane of Lantern Hill by LM Montgomery (and old fave!) and The Reddening Path by Amanda Hale which brings me to 8.

(and apparently I'm having a really hard time entering the anti-robot words!)

Eric P said...

5/13 with the last review (49th Parallel Psalm) going towards the poetry challenge.

pooker said...

23/13 on the last day of the month.

Luanne said...

Squeaking in before the end of the month with #11/13.

Eric P said...

6/13 -- Think I'll wait for April 1st to tackle Kroetsch again.