Tuesday, December 1, 2015

A Month Of Faves December Blog Event

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Number of books read so far:

54
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Genre you read the most from: 

Historical Fiction and Women's Fiction


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Picture of favorite (or most often used) reading location:

 
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Most read author:

I have to name THREE:  

Kate Morton, Karen White, and Beatriz Williams
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Percentage of eBooks, hardcovers, paperbacks and/or audio books:

E-books - 1%
Hardcovers - 49%
Paperbacks - 49%
Audio - 1%
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Hint at what your favorite read of the year is (let us guess):

It is from one of my favorite authors listed above.

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Types of books you wish you read more of:

Mystery

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Month you read the most and least:

January is the month I read the least.

July is the month I read the most.

22 comments:

  1. This should be a fun month of bookish questions and a way to get to know other bloggers better.

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  2. That looks like a comfy spot to do your reading!

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    1. It is comfy.

      Thanks for stopping, Wesley.

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  3. I don't read many ebooks either but I need to fix that.

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    1. I just don't like to read e-books. :(

      I guess some day we will need to comply. LOL!!

      Thanks for stopping, Kathy.

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  4. Oh you know how I love your fave authors :) :) :) Can't wait to see which book is your FAVE!!!!

    Thanks for joining in #AMonthOfFaves!

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    1. They are my favorite.

      My favorite book is The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton, but since that wasn't from this year, I am going to go with Beatriz Williams.

      Her FAVE of mine for this year is Along The Infinite Sea.

      Thanks for stopping, travelingwitht.

      Such a fun month this will be. :)

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  5. I wish I read more mysteries this year too. I think I'll try for more next year.

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    1. Mysteries are my second favorite, and I do read them, but not enough.

      Thanks for stopping, Chris.

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  6. Elizabeth, I love mysteries and thrillers, especially psychological thrillers; I hope to read more of them in 2016! I've got a few hopefuls lined up for January; for some reason, I'm really attracted to them in the winter months. It sounds like you've had a great reading year! I still have Along the Infinite Sea waiting for me; I'm looking forward to it!

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    1. You will LOVE Along The Infinite Sea.

      Oh yes...winter is a good time for mysteries and thrillers.

      Thanks for stopping, Running N Reading.

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  7. This was a fun read :O). I like the blinking Christmas lights alongside your blog. How great ot have a reading corner. We are slow to decorate our new home but I hope to have one by the fireplace after Christmas.

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    1. Stop by daily this month for the fun posts. I hope I can participate every day.

      If you have blogger, I can give you the HTML code for the lights.

      Thanks for stopping, Stefanie.

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  8. Oh, I love the look of your favorite reading spot...and I also love Kate Morton and Karen White...I must try Beatriz Williams.

    I need to take a look at my best and worst months, although I'm pretty sure my summer months were the lowest because of my house guests.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Isn't it funny that I read more in the summer? I guess because I can sit outside.

      You do need to check out Beatriz Williams. Start with The Secret Life of Violet Grant.

      You will enjoy her books.

      Thanks for stopping, Laurel.

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    1. Thanks for stopping, wordsandpeace.

      I do love Kate Morton, but I am choosing Along The Infinite Sea.

      There were so many favorites this year, but since I named my favorite authors, I went with their books.

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  10. I haven't read any of Kate Morton's books yet but really have my eye on The Lake House. :) So, that's what I'll guess as your favorite read, too.
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

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    1. Sorry....wrong book. :) :)

      Along the Infinite Sea, but I do love Kate Morton's books.

      Thanks for stopping, Diane.

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    2. Hi Diane,

      'The House At Riverton' was also an amazing Kate Morton book :)

      Yvonne

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    3. Oh yes....loved that book too.

      Thanks for mentioning it, Yvonne.

      Thanks for stopping, Yvonne.

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  11. Looks like the perfect place to read! Maybe we'll both manage more mysteries next year :) Happy December!

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