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Posts Tagged ‘Indiana Bicentennial Reading Challenge’

  1. 2 religious books, only one with a Hoosier connection. And the connection is feeble.


    November 28, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    The reading of a religious book is one of the requirements for this year’s reading challenge. I’m also observing our state’s bicentennial year by looking for Indiana-related material, but haven’t…

  2. What magazines have I read this year?


    October 14, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    My Indiana Bicentennial Reading Challenge includes this: 18. Read a magazine, cover to cover. I’ve read three magazines cover to cover, which means I can skip some of the other…

  3. If you don’t like this blog post, blame Librarian Gregg Jackson at Southport


    September 5, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    This year’s Bicentennial Reading Challenge is a mix of Hoosier-related challenges that I made up, and goals borrowed from Rachel Manwill’s 2016 Read Harder Challenge on Book Riot. One of…

  4. The return of the Moonstone


    August 8, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    When I first read The Moonstone a few decades back, it was already a hundred years old. Author Wilkie Collins had it serialized in a magazine in 1868, and it…

  5. A lovely day in Paris, a mysterious Irish past–and I found it all in a refrigerator.


    January 19, 2016 by Reader's Connection

    Anne Korkeakivi is the wife of a human-rights lawyer with the United Nations. She has lived in France and Finland, and as of 2012 lived in Switzerland. Perhaps it’s no…