Hi Everybody!

On December 31st, Monday, I'll be posting my third annual list of the books that I read in 2012 that really stood out to me - it ranges across age categories and genres. I'd love any or all of you to stop by at the Bibliophile Support Group on Monday and add your thoughts - comment with you opinions of my choices, books you think I missed, etc.!

 

Stop by! Here's the URL: http://bibliophilesupportgroup.blogspot.com/

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Here's the direct link, as it just went live TODAY: Bibliophile Support Group: Stand-Out Books of 2012

Happy New Year!

Wow! That's quite a list. How many books did you read in total? I always have trouble choosing my favorite books of the year, but this year I was able to narrow it down to five. You can see my post here http://e135-abookaweek.blogspot.com/2012/12/2012-year-in-review.htm...

-Ethan

190! I was busy!!! :)

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