Tuesday, June 23, 2009

BLOGGING: It's Tuesday, Where Are You?

The latest bookword is being voted on right now, and it is very close, with a lot of choices, so we need more people to go vote. Go over and vote, and then come back. OK, welcome back and thank you for voting. Also, if anyone has ideas for bookwords that need to be named, send you suggestions to myself or Suey. We appreciate all new ideas.

In reading, I am in London in 1862, a favorite reading time period for me. I am about to go on a scheme with the Gentleman, and I might make a pile of money. (Fingersmith, by Sarah Waters)

I am also in Parry Sound, Ontario in the 1960s, scouting out a very talented hockey player; some might say the best hockey player of all time. (Searching for Bobby Orr, Stephen Brunt)

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


  1. Good morning. My reading is taking me to San Francisco. I'm in the middle of multiple murders.

    My teaser is at Joyfully Retired

  2. You're in some interesting places!!

    I'm currently in Seattle


  3. I am mostly in England pre 1066 reading about the Danish King Cnut and his Norman wife Emma.

    (A Hollow Crown by Helen Hollick)

  4. I'm in Nigeria, trying to justify to myself my sudden rise in income due to the success I'm having writing scam letters to Americans (I Do Not Come To You By Chance).

  5. I am still in Browards Rock, South Carolina in Death on Demand by Carolyn Hart. I hope to leave there later tonight.

  6. I'm in a couple of places today:


  7. I'm in Alabama.

  8. You're visiting some interesting places this week. I'm in the Land of Oz.


  9. I'm in America with two books, in one a ghost has come to stay (Heart Shaped Box) and I've just discovered why. In the other I'm recovering from war wounds and hoping to make my way back to Cold Mountain.

  10. that's a favorite time period for me too, and the sports story sounds good too. I am here

  11. Hi!
    Mine is posted at my place, Just Books.


  12. My reading is taking me back to BCE where I'm seeing how pottery was possibly invented/discovered.
    Clay, Suzanne Staubach


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