The background: I’ve challenged Big to read 52 books this year. She will probably be mentioning them over here on her blog. I’m also going to have a crack at reading at least 52 books myself, and more importantly, I’m going to keep track of what books I’m reading to the little ones. I’m going to do all of that in a weekly post, and I’ve also set up a google plus community which you’re very welcome to join. (If you need an invitation, leave me a comment using relevant email address – which will stay hidden.)
This week I seem mainly to have been starting books rather than finishing them. I’m now reading Fuse (Pure Trilogy 2) by Juliana Baggott during the day, Slated by Teri Terry in the evenings and The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy by Douglas Carswell any time I feel intelligent, which isn’t very often. We’ve also kept up the Tree Fu Tom theme as we got a pack of those for review and I’ve been reading them with Smallest.
So for the competition this week, to win a paperback copy of The Good Father, tell me about a book you started and didn’t finish.
The competition closes next Thursday 14th February at midnight so that I can announce the winner next Friday. And you can have an extra entry for sharing this post, using the badge or joining the linky with your own Read52 post – but you must leave an extra comment for each thing you’ve done, telling me what it is. As I’m doing the posting, I’m afraid it’s only open to UK – but if you’re international and happy to arrange to have it posted on you can do that – I’m only sending to a UK address. Draw will be made using the lovely plugin and the winner is, which relies on separate comment entries.
Enter the linky.
<disclosure: Above book links are affiliate links. Some books were sent free for the purposes of review, others are from the library.>