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February Monthly News


BOOKS READ:
1. The King and Dr. Nick-George Nichopoulos M.D.
2. A Note From An Old Acquaintance-Bill Walker (recommend)
3. Searching For Tina Turner-Jacqueline E. Luckett (recommend)
4. Get Financially Naked-Manisha Thankor & Sharon Kedar
5. The Italian Billionaire's Ruthless Revenge-Jacqueline Baird (recommend)
6. 100 Greatest Trips
7. How Things Work Encyclopedia (children's)
8. Life In The Wild (recommend)
9. Revolve 2010 (biblezine)
10. Once An Arafat Man-Tass Saada (HIGHLY recommend)
11. The choice-Suzanne Woods Fisher (recommend)
12. Cupidity-Hayley & Michael DiMarco
13. Living With Diabetes (recommend)
14. Explained Myths & Legends
15. Triangle of Deception-Haggai Carmon
16. Everyday Easy One-Pot (cookbook) (recommend)
17. O Siyam
18. Love Your Heart-Tim McGraw (children's) (recommend)
19. Better Than Lennon-John Cherry
20. The New Complete Guitarist
21. Punk
22. Eyewitness Companions: Architecture-Jonathan Glancey
23. All Things Hidden-Tricia Goyer (recommend)
24. Love Song - Richard Haffey (recommend)
25. Jordan - Susan Kearney
26. Soul Catcher - Leigh Bridger (recommend)

Yearly total: 48


FAVORITE BOOK OF FEBRUARY:



I also want to pay special thanks to some blogs that awarded me. I have been given all of these awards before.

http://lynnesbookreviews.blogspot.com/
Lynnes Book Reviews
Gave me The Over The Top Award. Thank you.


http://tweezlereads.blogspot.com
Just One More Paragraph
Gave me The One Lovely Blog Award. Thank you.

http://pinecottagebooks.blogspot.com
Pine Cottage Books
Gave me The Happy 101 Award. Thank you.

http://thecrowdedleaf.wordpress.com/
The Crowded Leaf
Gave me The One Lovely Blog Award. Thank you.

There was 2 others I received that I lost. I am sorry I could not pay you a mention. I am regretful.

I also received The Prolific Blogger Award from Janet Ruth at Along The Way Blog http://a-long-the-way.blogspot.com/
This was the only new award I received.
See post here; http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/02/awards-ceremony.html

Comments

  1. Congrats on your awards and for reading 48 books in February! That's very impressive. Keep up the good work.

    Hope you'll visit my my Sunday Salon

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  2. The 48 books total is for the year. And thank you!

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  3. Wow! That's an impressive list

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  4. Great month! I was shooting for the amount of books that you read, but didn't get there. I think I'm at 44 for the year-to-date so I'm happy with that.

    I have to finish Note From an Old Acquaintance and I really liked The Choice and Searching for Tina Turner too.

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  5. I LOVED The Shack. I think everyone should read it :)

    You certainly did have quite the February. Makes me feel like I ought to stop typing and go read! Sheesh.

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  6. Wow, great month!

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