Tuesday, March 10, 2009

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?


The Orbis Terrarum challenge has begun, and I've been travelling around the world already: Cuba, a quick detour to Tennessee, and now Columbia. The Challenge site is a great spot to find books from around the world, based on author's nationality. It's fun to try and fill in a world map with books from other countries. It's like a list!

I am visiting Columbia and learning about the love and life of two very different people, Love in the Time of Cholera. I wish I knew the name already for a book that reminds you of another book because this book reminds me of Les Miserables, and that might not be a compliment, (I never finished Les Mis.) It's the tangents and details of characters that appear for a millisecond that causes me to compare them. Any suggestions? Suey should have a voting post up tomorrow so get your ideas in today.

Where is reading taking you today? Leave a comment, make a post, spread the word.

21 comments:

Beth F said...

I'm first??? Cool. Here's my post!

click here.

Mo said...

Wow...I'm *never* this close to the top....where is everybody this wonderful Tuesday?? (I'm getting to know myself better - at least, that's the idea!)

Have a great week everybody; May it be filled with Wonderful Books! (Maybe yours will pick up, Raidergirl!...the book, not the week; I assume your week is going just fine!)

BookPlease said...

I'm usually much lower down from the top too - here's my post

gautami tripathy said...

I am in California solving a mystery!

Here is mine!

fleurfisher said...

I'm back in England. My post is here.

Kristi said...

I'm in California - here.

Margot said...

I'm traveling the U.S, Mine's here:

http://joyfullyretired.com/2009/03/10/travels-with-charley/

tanabata said...

Fun travels! I haven't really begun my Orbis Terrarum reading yet for this year. I've still been all over the place lately though - London, Dusseldorf, Washington State, Tokyo.
My post is up here.

SuziQoregon said...

I'm in England between after World War I. I'm an investigator currently working on a couple of different cases. Both involve finding out what really happened to men who died in France during the war. It's bringing up some uncomfortable memories for me of my time serving as a nurse there during the war. I'm also trying to help a young girl who has been accused of a murder I don't think she committed.

Pardonable Lies (#3 in the Maisie Dobbs series) by Jacqueline Winspear.

kaye said...

I'm in Washington D.C. sitting in the Presidential Booth . . .

Terri said...

I'm in Brooklyn, where a tree grows.

http://teelgee7.blogspot.com/2009/03/teaser-tuesday-where-are-you-03-10-09.html

Carrie said...

I'm in Dublin and Edinburgh:
http://booksandmovies.today.com/2009/03/10/teaser-tuesdays-its-tuesday-where-are-you-march-10-2009/

katrina said...

I've already completed a couple of books for Orbis, and Love in the time of Cholera is noex on that list.

At the moment I am in search of my reportedly dead husband in Tibet. (Sky Burial -Xinran)

Marg said...

I am in LA. A young starlet has just been murdered and I am the prime suspect. What I don't know is that there are paranormal forces at play and that I have just wound up in the middle of something that could end up killing me as well.

Living with the Dead by Kelley Armstrong.

purplg8r said...

I am here:

http://purplg8r-somanybooks.blogspot.com/2009/03/its-tuesday-where-are-you-march-10-2009.html

"Confuzzled" Shannon said...

Here's my post http://confuzzledbooks.blogspot.com/2009/03/its-tuesday-where-are-you_10.html

birdbrainbb.net said...

I'm somewhere rather dangerous: http://birdbrainbb.net/2009/03/10/where-are-youteaser-tuesdays-march-10/

Nise' said...

I've read Les Miz, but could not get into Love In The Time Cholera

I'm Here

Booklogged said...

I'm in D.C. with Oliver Stone and a former Russian spy. Oh, the tension! (Stone Cold)

Also, in London corresponding with a couple former members of the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.

Bybee said...

Earlier today, I was in the High Plains in the United States during the 1930s being choked to death on dust storms year after year. "The Worst Hard Time" - Timothy Egan

Right now, I'm in Australia with Ned Kelly and his gang. "Ned Kelly" - Robert Drewe

John Mutford said...

I'm in London (where I'm headed in real life-- as you're probably sick of my saying by now-- this Sunday). Let's hope I'm not pursued by the same Martians as in H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds which I'm currently reading.