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Happy New Year everybody! I haven’t done this in a while but missed the fun of it.
My response can be located at:
Why, yes I do!
My answer is here:http://pageafterpage-kim.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday.html
Read more science, chiefly. 🙂
Mine is up 🙂
Here are my resolutions.
Here’s my resolutions for 2011.
Here is mine posted a few days ago:
Reading Goals in 2011
heres my first attempt at this 😀
No resolutions, here…but to all a Happy New Year!!!
Wow…maybe I should resolve to slow down…forgot my link…http://iwriteinbooks.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/btt2-no-resolve/
Here are my reading resolutions:
You’ll find my answer here:
Please note that I have started my blog over in a new account and in connection with that also changed the name from ‘The Island of the Voices’ to ‘Beyond the Lone Islands’
Here is my BTT.
I’ve got a couple, and they’re here.
Mine is here
Happy New Year, everyone! Here’s my answer:
You can find my answer here: http://annsreadingcorner.blogspot.com
Mine are here:
My answer is here!
Here’s mine: http://wp.me/pFyoG-vx
Hmmm… I didn’t know if I had any, but I guess I do:
I’d love for you to read my resolution at: http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday.html
I did a post on this just before New Year’s, so I’ll link to that:
[…] Posted in Booking Through Thursday at 2:50 pm by Jackie Any New Year’s reading resolutions? […]
Getting back to BBT!
I have posted here: http://jackieisreading.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/btt-new-years-resolutions/ which is my first BTT response in a blog that is still very young. Excited for the new year!
This is the first time I’m participating, which already was a resolution. 😛
You can find my answer here: http://whitelady3.livejournal.com/113732.html
Happy New Year, everyone! Mine’s up here:
[…] Booking Through Thursday this week: Any New Year’s reading […]
Happy New Year!
Here’s my resolutions: http://abouteverything-hannah.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday-1.html
Here’s my answer … http://wp.me/p1alKN-dD
I’m tired of the fashion of book cover artwork that grabs attention. My resolution is to read only books with boring covers.
I actually just posted about this a couple of days ago… My two big goals this year are to 1) start exploring the science fiction/fantasy genres and 2) to start reading more non-fiction since my reading of those books took a big hit last year.
I have several things, I would like to resolve in regards to all things reading. Check out what my thoughts are for this week’s Booking Through Thursday.
Mine was already done but here is my link:
I don’t do resolutions but I signed up for some challenges:
Here is my post. My resolutions will really improve my focus.
I sorta, kinda, almost talk about New Years’ Resolutions in this post from earlier this week!
[…] Booking through Thursday question today is about resolutions and I noticed as I was reading people’s responses, that […]
Answered here http://chicagofats.livejournal.com/26055.html 🙂
here’s my list of resolutions
I didn’t think I had some but I do : http://wp.me/pyb9Y-12E
Newbie here. Thanks for this meme–I needed something to do with Thursdays on the blog. 🙂
My resolutions here: http://www.jennasthilaire.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday-resolutions.html
I’ll continue to be spontaneous and not let challenges bog down my readings. I have a backbone of what I like to read but will leave the rest to my whim.
Full answer is posted. 🙂
My post’s up; http://comicreviewsbywalt.wordpress.com/2011/01/06/booking-through-thursday-any-new-years-reading-resolutions/
Using a “to-be-read” challenge to give a goal to keep me reading; adopting a character; aiming to catch up on some graphic novels, and of course, keep up with my usual comics reading and such.
Yes. Here it is: http://jaynesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday_06.html
Here’s my answer to this week’s question: http://www.rulethewaves.net/blog/?p=1992
[…] and reading. This week’s question is “Any New Year’s reading resolutions?” Read the comments to the post for other people’s […]
Resolution-phobe commits to reading resolutions:
This is my first ever post for Booking Through Thursday. Thanks for the great topic to start off the year!
I already had a post about this. At the risk of sounding redundant to anyone who reads my blog–meaning I don’t want to post the same thing twice–I will just direct you to that original post.
Sure do! I wrote about my resolutions here: http://christinamaria.wordpress.com/2011/01/02/revising-myself-in-2011/, but to make a long story short, I have two reading specific resolutions:
1) Read 111 books as part of the Centurions of 2011 Challenge–and make sure that I read at least one professional teaching text a month and lots of YA lit the rest of the time. I made it to 96 in 2010–I’m excited to kick it up a notch.
2) Take on the “Books I Should Have Reads in High School, But Didn’t” challenge over at http://www.danahuff.net/?p=1972. I’m planning to read 12–including the Illiad and the Odyssey, Don Quixote, and The Unbearable Lightness of Being. Bring it on!
Happy 2011! Good luck to everyone on completing or keeping there resolutions!
Here’s mine: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday.html.
In short: tackle those TBR piles!
Here’s my response: http://steph-shortnsweet.blogspot.com/2011/01/booking-through-thursday.html
My 10 goals for 2011.
Reading resolutions? No. Writing resolutions? Yes.
I’m using the number of books I read to make a $ donation to the library.
Awesome question! Here’s my answer! 🙂