Thursday, March 01, 2007

Bookworm Report, February 2007

Even though we've been buried in snow, I haven't been curled up with good books. I've been curled up with decent television. Between all of the synidated episodes of Scrubs, my television viewing time increased by two hours a day. And that would be at least one more book a week. Ech, I'm learning from this show too. Especialy since I received Seasons 1-4 on DVD for my birthday. The character arc across seasons has been fantastic.

The List, if you please.

Bookworm Review
Year Pages Books
2001 3,049 11
2002 3,409 8
2003 1,911 5
2004 2,597 8
2005 923 3
2006 3,730 12
2007 2,216 7

  • Lover awakened : a novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood by J R Ward
  • The Innocent Man by John Grisham
  • The Eyre affair : a novel by Jasper Fforde
  • Wizard At Large by Terry Brooks
  • All the Numbers by Judy Larsen
  • The Blade Itself by Marcus Sakey
  • Flatland by Edwin A. Abbott

For the year, I've read 21 books, or 6,557 pages, which averages to 11 books a month, or 3,279 pages per month, and an average book length of 312 pages.

My "To Read List" is pretty deep. My husband asked why the pile of books tottering near my side of the bed wasn't in a book case. He assumed that those were the ones I had read. Foolish man.

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