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Kay

Book Devourer

Just a mild-mannered girl trying to find the time to read her very large pile of books.

Currently reading

Cress
Marissa Meyer
Progress: 50/550 pages
Mythology
Steele Savage, Edith Hamilton

2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
Kay has read 3 books toward her goal of 75 books.
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"“Stories can conquer fear, you know. They can make the heart bigger.”

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~ Ben Okri

Source: http://bibliophileanon.tumblr.com
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Reading progress update: I've read 50 out of 550 pages.

Cress - Marissa Meyer

I hope I enjoy this more than Scarlet.

#HaleNo

We are making this official and we hope you'll take this stand with us.

We as book bloggers will not give Kathleen Hale any publicity. No book tours, no interviews, no cover reveals, no reviews, not a shred of work from us. What she did is heinous and we can fight back in our own way. She has a new book coming out next year. Let's ignore it completely. 

Please join us. Come to Twitter & declare #HaleNo. Say No to Kathleen Hale.

 

(Credit to Cuddlebuggery for the epic tag)

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Flee: A Short Story

Flee: A Short Story - Alicia McCalla It had some interesting elements, but the execution failed to deliver a coherent story.

Reading progress update: I've read 90 out of 352 pages.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Ransom Riggs
"No entertainment is so cheap as reading, nor any pleasure so lasting."


– Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

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I Am A Fantasy Book.

You Are a Fantasy Book
You can't help but see the world as how you want it to be. You are an idealist.
You don't put bounds or limitations on your thoughts. You are a down to earth daydreamer.

You can picture whole other worlds and lives. You have a very vivid imagination.
You're the type of person who would like to believe anything is possible. You believe there's so much more to this world than what we see.

Reading Challenge Redesigned - Reading Stats, Part One

We’ve polished up your Reading Challenge, now you can compare your annual goals, check which book was a page turner, and keep track of your reading history week by week. More reading stats are coming soon. 

 

You can find your Reading Challenge Page by click the headline of the reading challenge timeline visible on your Dashboard.

 

If you haven’t set up your goal for 2014 yet, there's still time. Go to Reading Challenge tab in Goodies, set your reading goal, and be prepared for the intensive 4 months of the reading pleasure.

 

 

Your new Reading Challenge page presents

several reading information:

 

1. Fast read & page count - you’ll always know how many pages have you read so far, and which book was a real page turner.

 

 

 

2. Your challenge books list presents your reading history with re-read dates, your rating stars, and links to the reviews. 

 

The list is updated according to the read dates, remember to fill up the Dates to make the book count to your challenge. You can easily update the dates on the Reading Challenge page. 

 

  

3. Reading chart allows you to keep track of your reading achievements per months and per weeks.

 

 

4. Reading Challenges Year by Year compares your goals and achievements in the particular years.

 

 

You can easily switch between the years - your reading challenge years are visible on the top of the page, at the bottom, and on the right.

 

 

Discover Reading Challenges of Other Bloggers

 

You can also check how other BookLikers are doing. There are several ways to check what others are reading in their Reading Challenges. 

 

1. Go to Reading Challenge tab in Goodies to view the most recent challenges and their reading history. Press view challenge books to go to Reading Challenge page. 

 

 

 

2. To view other's challenged books click the Reading Challenge widget on the blog.

 

 

 

Then you'll view the blogger's reading history:

 

 

 

Add Reading Challenge Widget to Your Blog

 

If you haven't added the widget to your blog yet, it's high time. It's a great way to show your reading goals, and share your reading history with your blog guests. 

 

To add widget to your BookLikes blog follow the steps:

1. go to Widget tab (in Goodies)

2. copy code for the Reading Challenge Widget

3. go to the customization tab (the link to the tab is right under the widget code)

4. paste the code in the Widget Area

5. save

The Reading Challenge Widget will be added to your blog. If you want to add other widgets (Shelf, Profile etc...) follow the same steps. You can add as many widgets in the Widget Area as you wish. 

 

If you wish to add the widget to your other webpage, copy/paste the HTML into your other website code. 

 

 

P.S. We love the idea of the book bricks. Click here to see more lovely DIY bookends and bookshelf accessories. 

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How To Read a Difficult Book

Everyone's got that book they've always wanted to read but are a bit afraid to approach (hi there, basically everything by Thomas Pynchon). I'm here to offer some tips in overcoming that fear and reigning victorious over the toughest books in town! 

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I'm loving this book so far.
I'm loving this book so far.
Jurassic Park - Michael Crichton

On page 82.

I'm in a bit of a book slump

 

 

 

None of the books I've read so far have really grabbed me. They've mostly been two or three star reads. Hopefully, that changes soon. 

The Periodic Table of Storytelling

The Periodic Table of Storytelling

 

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Source: http://designthroughstorytelling.net
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