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BOOKS READ:
1. The Girl Made of Cool - Alan Fox
2. In Plain Sight - Charles R. Gordon M.D. (daily reading)
3. The Illustrated Quick Cook - Heather Whinney (cookbook) (recommend)
4. Birds of Canada
5. Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter - Seth Grahame-Smith (audiobook)
6. Iron Man 2 - Alexander Irvine
7. Alison Dare The Heart of the Maiden - J. Torres & J. Bones (young adult) (recommend)
8. No Hope For Gomez - Graham Parke (recommend)
9. Eyewitness Expert Ancient Rome
10. The Seeker In Forever - Alan Fox
11. Wonders Never Cease - Tim Downs (recommend)
12. Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms - Jane Doiron (cookbook) (recommend)
13. Hazardous to my Health - Marcia N. Hill
14. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings (recommend)
15. Rough Guides: The Next Big Thing - Rhodri Marsden
16. My Heart And Soul - Marilyn Randall (poetry)
17. Street Boners - Gavin McInnes (photography)
18. Surrogate - F. Robert Lea
19. Get High Now - James Nestor
20. Half Life - Roopa Farooki
21. Starlighter - Bryan Davis (young adult) (recommend)
22. My Sister's Voice - Mary Carter
23. Life, In Spite of Me - Kristen Jane Anderson & Tricia Goyer (HIGHLY recommend)
24. Rooms - James L. Rubart
25. Curry Cuisine (cookbook) (recommend)
26. A Slice of Organic Life (cookbook)
27. Everyday Easy 30-Minute Dinners (cookbook)
28. Eat, Pray, Love - Elizabeth Gilbert (recommend)
29. Shadows of Myth and Legend - E.J Stevens (poetry)
Showcased review on Author's Blog; http://www.fromtheshadows.info/2010/05/review-of-shadows-of-myth-and-legend-at.html
30. The Rough Guide to Saving & Selling Online - Ian Peel
31. Two Legged Snakes: Understanding and Handling Manipulative People - Dr. Ed Slack
32. The Rough Guide to Happiness - Dr. Nick Bayliss
33. Angels, Vampires & Douche Bags - Carla Collins


CD:
1. Putumayo Presents Rhythm & Blues (recommend)

DVD:
1. Eyewitness DVD Planets


YEARLY TOTAL: 133 Books, 1 CD & 1 DVD


FAVORITE BOOK OF MAY:



AWARDS RECEIVED:

I received the Sunshine Award from Deb at: http://justshortofcrazy.blogspot.com
Thanks to her for that. I didn't do a blog post about it, or pass it on to friends, since I received one not too long ago. I am keeping a list of bloggers I want to give back to at some point.


I received this awesome and NEW award from Miss Angie at: http://agofish.blogspot.com
Thanks again for this!! I did pass it onto bloggers, and here is that post;http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/05/awards-ceremony.html
I also received the Versatile Blogger from Janet @ http://a-long-the-way.blogspot.com
Thank you for this award!


I also received the One Lovely Blog Award from Janet @ http://a-long-the-way.blogspot.com
I have received this a few times in the past, and passed on, so decline this time. A big thank you to Janet for awarding me.


I received The Xxtraordinary Blogger Award from Vicki @ http://www.readingatthebeach.com
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
This is a new award, so I turned it over to some fellow bloggers here:
http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/05/awards-ceremony_15.html



I also received the Honest Scrap award from DarLyN @ http://darlynandbooks.blogspot.com
You rock chick!!! Thank you!!!
I awarded others here; http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/05/awards-ceremony_26.html



CHALLENGES COMPLETED:
None this month.

Comments

  1. You did well in May. I look forward to read My Sister's Voice in June.

    Here is myMay Wrap-Up post!

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  2. Great month, I really miss getting that much reading done. I'm hoping to have a better month in June than I did in April and May.

    I had Starlighter for review and didn't get a chance to read it, but seeing as you recommend it, I'm going to have to get it out and read it.

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  3. putumayo has a great selection of music. love the diversity of it!

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  4. Congrats on your awards

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