Tag Archives: Bibliophelia

Aug 13

2012 Reading Challenge Update #3

I’m ridiculously behind with these Reading Challenge Updates. I tried to get all fancy shmancy in the February post by adding neatly aligned book covers and well… it took forever. There were also a couple of months where no one read anything so there wasn’t much to report. But now it’s August and quite a […]

Feb 29

2012 Reading Challenge Update #2

Another month down and our reading challenge is holding strong! Color me surprised! With the exception of InStyle76 (the guy works hard. What can you do?) we’ve all read at least 4 books. Updated Prize List PsychoVandal: Hauppauge HD PVR SickNdehed: Still thinking about it. Why is this so hard? InStyle76: Max 2 Dual Node […]

Jan 04

2011 Reading Challenge Update #8

Happy New Year everyone! It’s officially 2012 and holy crap it feels really weird saying that. I can still remember being a kid and thinking everything in the year 2000 sounding so futuristic. But here we are, 2012, and still no flying cars. Someone should really get on that. Anyway…

Dec 21

2011 Reading Challenge Update #7

Christmas is over, but our reading challenge is still on! I’m sad to report though that AJ has given up. “Either you’re gonna win or no one’s going to win!” he said to me as he threw in the towel. It made me laugh, though I’m relatively sad he gave up.

Dec 14

2011 Reading Challenge Update #6

Oh reading challenge. I’ll be so happy when you’re over, I’ve won, and we can all go back to reading books at our usual pace. Christmas is next Sunday. Does that feel weird to anyone else? or is it just me? I can’t remember the last time Christmas was on a Sunday. A bunch of […]

Dec 07

2011 Reading Challenge Update #5

Holy snow cones batman! It’s December! Not sure how that happened. But it’s definitely gettin’ chilly in the sunshine state. Psycho had to bring our doorstep Christmas tree in this evening. Apparently the wind kept knocking it over. The lights were on long enough for me to watch the last of the white lights die. […]