Friday, August 6, 2010

Book Blog Hop

Book Blogger Hop

1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die: Revised and Updated Edition (1001 (Universe))Hello everyone! Welcome to my blog. If you are a return visitor, then thank you for coming back and if you are new, thank you for stopping by!

The Poisonwood Bible: A Novel (P.S.) If you didn't know I am slowly making making my way through the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. I just started a few months ago and have read 26, only 975 to go. I just started reading The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver.

This week's blog hop question is:


Do you listen to music when you read? If so, what are your favorite tunes?

I am  a huge music fan. I love to listen to music while I do just about everything EXCEPT read. I love to sing along and so if I listen to anything with words, I end up singing along and then I'm distracted. Sometimes I'll put on some soothing classical music. Mostly, I prefer a nice quiet corner, some snacks and a comfy chair.

Again, thanks for stopping by, be sure to leave me a link in the comments so I can return the hop.

12 comments:

Noe and Suz said...

Hey, I'm book blog hopping and a new follower. I love your concept for the blog. Finally able to go back to school, I am sort of doing that as my own personal quest as well. I've made it a goal to read one modern book, then one classic, etc.. Look forward to your blog posts!

Christopher said...

I'm hopping too, and truly applaud you for your desire to read from the "1001" list! I scrolled down through the list you've posted, and you've read some wonderful novels already.

Personally, I loved A.S. Byatt's recent novel, "The Children's Book." Her novel "Possession" is simply sublime, and is in my top-ten all-time faves!

I also noticed that you have read Thomas Hardy's "Tess of the d'Urbervilles." It is another one of my favorites; and just the other day I posted one of Hardy's poems, "Tess's Lament," that speaks directly to his novel. You might like to print it and keep it with your copy of the novel.

Have a wonderful weekend, and enjoy moving through your list! I'll be back to see how you're coming along. Cheers! Chris

LLM said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

youngbibliophile said...

Hi! Just stopping by from the hop. I love the idea for your blog and excited to read about some books other than YA on a blog. I'm a new follower as well. Happy reading this weekend!

Entish said...

Here from the Book Blogger Hop, and excited to cheer you on in your adventure through the 1001 Book list! I love discovering bloggers who are taking up the challenge; the ambition of it is simply delicious. Much luck! I look forward to reading along with your posts, ^^

Whitney said...

The Poisonwood Bible is one of the many books on my tbr. I hope you enjoy it.
Have a good weekend!

Jess S. said...

Ugh no. The only music I can stand while reading is low-key classic music on low volume.

Rummanah Aasi said...

Found your blog through the hop and now a new follower. I also read "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" by Thomas Hardy and absolutely loved it.

I thought about picking up "Poisonwood Bible" but not sure. Let me know what you think!

Rummanah
www.booksinthespotlight.blogspot.com

Pat Tillett said...

Hi Rachel
I gotta check out that list and see how many I've read. If it's not too bad, maybe I'll give it a go...

jackie b central texas said...

Yes another lover of quiet when reading!
I am very impressed by your reading goals, hope you enjoy every one of the 1001 books. Thanks for stopping by on the hop to my blog yesterday when I was out of town Rachel, I am hopping by to return the favor. I am a new Twitter follower so was aware of your blog but lately have not made it over to very many as time constraints not allowing much internet these last few months!!

Happy hopping and happy reading!
jackie ^_^

SocrMom78 said...

I'm stopping by courtesy of the Hop, and you are my new hero. I thought a goal of 100 was lofty, but wow....looks like you've got some great books upcoming! I'm a follower just so I can see what books are on your list!

Stop by sometime, I bet we have a lot of books in common.

http://100booksin100weeks.blogspot.com

Happy blogging!
Pam

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