Winter Reading

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The northern hemisphere, at least, is socked in by winter right now… So, on a cold, wintry day, when you want nothing more than to curl up with a good book on the couch … what kind of reading do you want to do?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

84 responses

  1. We did this for Weekly Geeks so I’m posting the link to that answer.

  2. When winter comes I just want to read comfort books, and as luck would have it, I actually put up a list of some of my favourite comfort books just last week!

    You can see it here.

  3. Indonesia never has winter…so this question is a bit difficult to answer

  4. Ha I can’t do this (btt) with any sort of consistency but here I go, trying!
    http://iwriteinbooks.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-reading-south-for-the-winter/

  5. justbookreading

    Very timely question for me this week! My post is here – http://justbookreading.com/2010/02/04/booking-through-thursday-%E2%80%93-winter-reading/.

  6. In days like these I love reading books from my childhood or mystery books like Agatha Christie,I like her books a lot!🙂

  7. very timely post here – as it is expected to start snowing (again) tonight and continue through the weekend!
    http://mycozybooknook.blogspot.com/2010/02/btt-snowy-reading.html

  8. I wish we had all that snow! I am really in the mood for at least one snow day this year!

    Winter reading is my favorite!

    http://www.michellesmastermusings.com/2010/02/booking-through-thursday-winter-reading.html

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  10. Here’s mine🙂

    The Cold, an award, and a Giveaway!

    my BTT answer was very short, so I rolled a couple other things in with it.

  11. No link to share today, just thoughts.

    Weather is a factor in my reading. I love big door-stoppers of books in the winter. Right now, I’m half-way through Pat Conroy’s latest release, SOUTH OF BROAD and it is wonderful. I don’t want it to end.

    Happy Thursday.

  12. It’s cold here, and I definitely just wanna read!
    http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-winter-reading/

    ~MizB

  13. It’s actually cold in Atlanta today, so this is the perfect question! Here’s my link:
    http://eveningreader.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-winter-reading/

    Happy Thursday!

  14. […] Booking Through Thursday topic/question […]

  15. I enjoy this meme, can’t wait to visit some of y’all’s responses!🙂

    http://mywindowswideopen.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/booking-through-thursday-3/

    ~~

  16. We are expecting 1-3 inches of snow over night here in Iowa.

    Here is where you will find me: http://annsreadingcorner.blogspot.com

  17. Very appropriate question! My answer is at The Crowded Leaf.

  18. This is the first time I have done this meme, my answer is at: http://annsreadingcorner.blogspot.com

  19. What a fun question! Winter was made for reading!
    My answer at Bibliobabe

  20. Haven’t particpated in a while and I’m sure my answer is complete opposite of everyone else’s but here:
    http://smsbookreviews.blogspot.com/2010/02/booking-through-thursday-winter-reading.html

  21. So far this winter I’ve been enjoying mysteries. I find that they’re the perfect size (typically 200 to 400 pages), pace and topic matter to finish in a couple of sittings while staring out at the snow. So far this winter I’ve finished P.D. James’s first two books, and books 6 and 7 in the Southern Vampire Series by Charlaine Harris.

  22. My reading isn’t really defined by season, more by my current mood!

  23. […] Booking Through Thursday – Winter Reading And the meme this week is courtesy of Deb: […]

  24. No, seasons don’t really affect my reading:
    http://mervih.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/winter-reading/

  25. as someone has mentioned, weekly geeks did this topic this week too! here’s my post from satutday. http://www.cynicaloptimism.net/2010/01/weekly-geeks-2010-4.html

  26. I like this question! My answer’s here.

  27. Whoops! Okay, that didn’t work. Let’s try this: http://www.whosabiblioaddict.com/?p=1678

  28. […] Winter Reading February 4, 2010 […]

  29. This makes me want to go home and curl up on the couch right now!

    http://fictionfanatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-winter-reading/a>

  30. In Hawaii, I have to make it feel like winter so reading does the trick. Here’s my answer.

  31. […] BTT asks: The northern hemisphere, at least, is socked in by winter right now… So, on a cold, wintry day, when you want nothing more than to curl up with a good book on the couch … what kind of reading do you want to do? […]

  32. Winter! HA! I live in California.😉

    Here is mine! http://c2rcc.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-winter-reading/

  33. I did the Geeks posting about this, and then added some more ideas! I noticed all my winter reading novels were British and it is time to branch out🙂

    http://www.plottings.net/2010/02/booking-through-thursday-winter-reading.html

  34. My only requirement is that the book is plot-driven.

    My answer is up.🙂

  35. […] 4, 2010 at 4:03 pm | In Book Blather | Leave a Comment Here is my response to this week’s Booking Through Thursday: The northern hemisphere, at least, is socked in by winter right now… So, on a cold, wintry day, […]

  36. Excellent topic this week (and very timely, as the temperature in my area is dipping down to -20 this weekend). Here’s my answer:
    http://thecaptivereader.wordpress.com/2010/02/04/btt-winter-reader/

  37. Just found this site and I think it’s great! Love seeing all the different blogs out there on books and reading.
    Here’s my first attempt:
    http://vulgarieloquentia.tumblr.com/post/375145702/booking-through-thursday

  38. super duper excited to see what this weeks is going to be!! it’s going to be my first time participating!!🙂

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