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The Past

Here you can take a peep into my reading past:

2013
All Books Read (each book title is linked to its publisher page, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)

2012
All Books Read (each book title is linked to its publisher page, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)

2011
All Books Read (each book title is linked to its publisher page, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)

2010
All Books Read (each book title is linked to its publisher page, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)
Favourite Reads of the Year (a list of my top 2010 reads)

2009
The Reading Year in Review (an end-of-year meme, my top books of each month of 2009, and a brief look at whether I fulfilled my resolutions)
All Books Read (each book title is linked to Powells, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)
All Short Stories Read (story titles are linked to free online copy where available, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)
Challenges Completed (lists the challenges and provides links to my challenge wrap-up posts when available)

2008
The Lists and The Year in Review (my favourite reads of the year and a look at reading and blogging stats)
All Books Read (each book title is linked to amazon, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)
Challenges Completed (lists the challenges and provides links to my challenge wrap-up posts when available)

2007
The Lists (various top ten lists from books read that year)
All Books Read (each book title is linked to amazon, and my own thoughts are also linked if I published them)
Challenges Completed (lists the challenges and provides links to my challenge wrap-up posts)
The Year in Review (looks at reading and blogging statistics)

2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 23, 2010 10:49 pm

    So, Eva — I noticed you linked to Powell’s in your All Books Read recap. As a native Oregonian and current Oregon resident, I hope you have made it to Powell’s or can someday! I would live in that building if they wouldn’t arrest me. (I know you’re on a book buying ban…I should do that too…but I’m too afraid that Powell’s counts on me for income every month.) Anyway, love the local shout-out to one of the best bookstores ever.

    • June 6, 2010 2:24 am

      lol! :) I haven’t made it to Powell’s (or Oregon for that matter), but one day I’ll have a Northwest vacation, and I’ll definitely spend time there!

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