Sunday, March 31, 2013

The 6th Canadian Book Challenge- March Round Up (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)
4. In the comment section below, tell me your grand total so far. (ex. This brings me up to 1/13)

37 comments:

Heather said...

Hi John,
9 Shadows that Rush Past
10 Above all things

Bill Selnes said...

John: I am now at 7 of 13.

Jo said...

A Few Blocks by Cybèle Young and A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny; Read by Ralph Cosham make books 21 and 22. I read both in February but didn't get them posted until now.

Lee-Anne said...

#10/13 The Mistress of Nothing by Kate Pullinger

Lee-Anne said...

#11/13 The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood.

(And my apologies... I forgot to add the title to my link for my previous addition. It was The Mistress of Nothing.)

pussreboots said...

I'm up to 18 books now.

Nicola Mansfield said...

That puts me at 36.

gypsysmom said...

The Emperor of Paris is #23 for me. I am trying to read one book set in each province and territory in 2013 but obviously this one doesn't count. So far I have read:
Healthy, Wealthy and Dead by Suzanne North (Alberta)
The Age of Hope by David Bergen (Manitoba)
Away by Jane Urquhart (Ontario)
February by Lisa Moore (Newfoundland and Labrador)
Flight of Aquavit by Anthony Bidulka (Saskatchewan)

Nicola Mansfield said...

37/13

Teena said...

I just finished #17 :)

Brett said...

These are some great reading suggestions. And what a tough pace you all are setting!

TracyK said...

Forty Words for Sorrow brings me to 5/13.

Nicola Mansfield said...

That makes 38/13

Lee-Anne said...

#12/13 Thirty Acres by Ringuet

Shonna said...

I've gone back and started a draft blog post for the wrap-up of this, counting up all the books I submitted. I think I haven't been commenting as much as I should, as my count after Speaking from Among the Bones is 27 books read.
Will try to get to 50, but that will likely be a stretch at this point.

gypsysmom said...

The Wildfire Season is my 24th read for the challenge and my book for the Yukon in my own challenge to read one book set in each province and territory.

Swordsman said...

Just made lucky 13!

Shannon (Giraffe Days) said...

Added book #21: Ru by Kim Thuy.

Peggy said...

7/13 John, Random Passage by Bernice Morgan

Eric P said...

18/13 with just a couple reviews outstanding.

Nicola Mansfield said...

I'm now at 39.

Chrisbookarama said...

I'm up to 6/13. Slowly getting there.

canadianbooksblog said...

Hi John,

I just read and reviewed my 49th book...that's 49/13.

Take care,
Irene

Nicola Mansfield said...

That makes an even 40!

Mary R. said...

Finishing Short History of Canada, which I have been working on for 2 months, brings me to 6 out of 13. I have some catching up to do!

TracyK said...

Deadly Appearances by Gail Bowen brings me to 6 of 13.

Debra Wilson said...

At 4 so far.

Kerrie said...

My progress report for a paltry 6 books is here

canadianbooksblog said...

Hi John,

I'm at 54/13.

Skipping right along...

Happy Easter!
Irene

Braedonnal MacInnis said...

The Canadian Army asked Aurora winner Karl Schroeder to write a fictional account of future ops and this is what they got.
Now up to 10/13

Shonna said...

Word from New France brings my count in this Challenge to 28.

Sarah said...

I added a few books to bring my total up to 18.

Sarah at Workaday Reads

John Mutford said...

As I like to read one book from each province and territory, and at least 13 from the North, here's my progress so far:

Northern Reads:
1. Renallta Arluk- Thoughts and Other Human Tendencies
2. Edith Iglauer- Denison's Ice Road
3. Mike Vlessides- The Ice Pilots
4. Tyler Heal- The Times Behind the Signs
5. Vicky Delany- Gold Mountain
6. Eric Wilson- The Inuk Mountie Adventure
7. Neil Christopher and Alan Neal- Ava and the Little Folk
8. Kathy Reichs- Bones are Forever
9. Michael Kusugak- Baseball Bats for Christmas
10. Fran Hurcomb- Old Town
11. Jamie Bastedo- Nighthawk!
12. Ryan Silke- High-Grade Tales
13. Patrick White- Mountie in Mukluks

Canada Wide:
Ontario
1. Victoria Dunn- Alice Hearts Welsh Zombies
2. Joseph Boyden- Through Black Spruce
3. Susanna Moodie- Roughing it in the Bush
4. Paul Glennon- Bookweird
5. Jeff Lemire- Sweet Tooth, Out of the Woods
6. Michelle Wan- Deadly Slipper
7. Malcolm Gladwell- Outliers
8. Cory Doctorow- Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom
9. Robert Munsch- Finding Christmas
10. Jane Urquhart- Away
11. Scott Chantler- Tower of Treasure
12. Stephen Leacock- Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
13. Lynn Johnston- Something Old, Something New
14. Eric Walters- We All Fall Down

Northwest Territories
15. Tyler Heal- Sign of the Times
16. Reneltta Arluk- Thoughts and Other Human Tendencies
17. Mike Vlessides - The Ice Pilots
18. Edith Iglauer- Denison's Ice Road
19. Kathy Reichs- Bones are Forever
20. Fran Hurcomb- Old Town
21. Jamie Bastedo- Nighthawk!
22. Ryan Silke- High-Grade Tales

Newfoundland and Labrador
23. Greg Malone- You Better Watch Out
24. Sharon E. McKay- Charlie Wilcox
25. Lisa Moore- February

The Yukon
26. Vicky Delany- Gold Mountain

Quebec
27. Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon- The Pride of Baghdad

British Columbia
28. Douglas Coupland- Shampoo Planet
29. Keith Morgan- Ruta's Closet
30. Richard Wagamese- Indian Horse

Nunavut
31. Eric Wilson- the Inuk Mountie Adventure
32. Neil Christopher and Alan Neal- Ava and the Little Folk
33. Michael Kusugak- Baseball Bats for Christmas
34. Patrick White- Mountie in Mukluks

Saskatchewan
35. Beth Goobie- Jason's Why

New Brunswick
36. Corey Redekop- Husk

PEI
37. David Helwig- Close to the Fire

Manitoba
38. Andrew Davidson- The Gargoyle
39. David Bergen- The Age of Hope

Nova Scotia
40. Hugh MacLennan- Two Solitudes

For my own personal goal I still need to read a book from Alberta. Getting there!

Shan said...

My total at the end of March is 20.

Shan said...

Actually, looking at your sidebar, I'm at 19. Not sure if I'm off here, or at my own blog. We'll go with 19.

Braedonnal MacInnis said...

Up to 11/13 with this tale about a Vancouver businessman in the 1950s.

Paulina said...

I'm up to 6 out of 13.