I am signed up for the 6th Annual Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge, that starts in the coming week and ends in January.
I want to try and read the mistletoe level (2-4 books), and focus on a few books that I might have been given as gifts (:-)) and you can play along, too! Go over to the truexmasspirit blog and sign up!
You may not know this, but I am attempting 200 books in 2015, via my Goodreads Challenge. I’m over halfway, but still have a bit of work to do on my goodreads to update my listings.
That being said, I think it would be great to bolster my books read, especially considering November is NaNoWriMo and I write a book during that month (which eats into my reading time)… So enter the #15in31 challenge,
Disclosure: I was provided the pictured copy of Lindsay Cameron’s Big Law in exchange for my honest review as part of BookSpark University’s Fall Reading Challenge. Thanks, BookSparks!
I’ve always been fascinated by the law and those whom practice it. I like the orderly nature of the law, and how people can pull pieces of the material found within in (the more obscure, the more dramatic) to prove and win their cases. However, I realize not everything is The Good Wife or a John Grisham novel–and Lindsay Cameron’s Big Law reiterates that fact.
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One of the great things about paperbacks is that they can be a welcome distraction from the screen. They also are a great passage of time—I know, for example, that I will be able to look forward to a new China Bayles mystery each year and in a great, portable format. Enter Susan Wittig Albert’s Death Come Quickly.
When an unexpected attack (and eventual death) in a shopping center parking lot hits Pecan Springs,