2013 Books About Books Reading Challenge | December Wrap-Up


Here are this month’s wrap-up questions. Please feel free to post a comment with responses to one, some, or all of these questions:

Which book(s) did you complete? What were your overall impressions?

How did your choice(s) inform your love or appreciation for books?

Would you recommend your book(s) to others? To whom would you recommend the book(s)? Why?

How were this month’s books similar to or different from past months?

Happy Reading in 2014, everyone!

— Justice

4 thoughts on “2013 Books About Books Reading Challenge | December Wrap-Up

  1. Christine @Buckling Bookshelves says:

    In the end I didn’t quite make my goal of six, but am very happy with the 5 I did read. My final selection was an audiobook, English Majors, which I thought was just OK — maybe I would have liked it more if I actually were an English major! My favorites I read this year were definitely Weird Things Customers Say in Bookstores and The Bookman’s Tale. There are so many great books about books out there! Each time I read one, I get that warm and fuzzy feeling of being among like-minded, book-loving souls. I will continue to read this kinds of books for many years to come 🙂


    • Justice says:

      I didn’t make my goal either, but I did have fun! I think my favorite books were Book Riot’s Start Here: Read Your Way Into 25 Amazing Authors, Robin Sloan’s Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, Matthew Norman’s Domestic Violets, and Donna Tartt’s The Secret History. I still have plenty on my shelves for 2014, although I decided not to (formally) host the challenge again (for a variety of reasons).


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