Thank you Karen Blaha for the use of your photo.
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WOOHOO! We did it! A little longer than intended which I, again, apologize for, but here we are at the finale. I can’t wait to hear how everyone did, and I hope you had a blast. Here’s my recap…I only included books I finished, but I do have some still in progress.
Books I’ve Read Not Related To Mini-Challenges
Pinteresting: Pinterest Strategies for Brands and Bloggers by Tabitha Philen
Shattered by Dani Pettrey
Stranded by Dani Pettrey
S – Submerged by Dani Pettrey
U – Unfriend Yourself by Kyle Tennant
M – Mastering Your DSLR Camera
M – (The) Minimalist Cleaning Method by Annie Jean Brewer
E – Einstein The Lazy Kitty by Renae Rae (kids)
R – (The) Restorer by Sharon Hinck
I think my favorite out of these were Submerged, Unfriend Yourself (really made me think), and The Restorer.
I didn’t get this one finished.
A book with the month I was born in the title:
October Smiled Back by Lisa Westberg Peters (kids)
O – One Pea by Julia Meyer and Marie Tabler (kids)
C – Create: Stop Making Excuses and Start Making Stuff by Stephen Altrogge
T – Together A Novel of Shared Vision by Tom Sullivan with Betty White
O – Out of Control by Mary Connealy
B – (A) Bride For Keeps by Melissa Jagears
R – Rags: Hero Dog of WWI – A True Story by Margot Theis Raven (kids)
Didn’t get to this one.
A main character named Audra: In Too Deep by Mary Connealy
I did read some new to me authors, but I plugged them in to other parts of the challenges.
Over The Edge by Mary Connealy
Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion
That makes a grand total of about 19 books (that I can remember) and considering how crazy our life became (I’ll be sharing about that soon), I’m happy with that. So how did you do? Link your wrap-up posts below. The linky will stay open until either next Friday or until all participants eligible for the giveaway link up. Winner will be announced immediately after and the prize sent to you.
If you need a reminder about the overall reading challenge, read The “Summer’s Flying By” Reading Challenge post.
Previous Mini-Challenges (can be done at any time):
Mini-Challenge #1: It Begins With SUMMER
Mini-Challenge #2: Not Your Typical Genre
Mini-Challenge #3: A Reader Is Born
Mini-Challenge #4: Summer TITLE Waves
Mini-Challenge #5: What’s In A Name?
Mini-Challenge #6: Have We Met?
Mini-Challenge #7: A Little Bit Of Summer
Mini-Challenge #8: Down Memory Lane