Member Updates #11

Happy July everyone & welcome to this month’s update post! How was everyone’s June? I had a very productive reading month and ended up switching jobs to a bigger library in my area, so super exciting. Also, I was able to turn in my library’s summer reading form. As a prize, I got a library mug and entry into the cash prize drawing. Woot! Are you guys participating in any summer reading programs?


Announcements

Clubber of the Month – I’ll be announcing this month’s pick later in the month when I do Tracy’s post. If you haven’t already checked out Tracy from Bitter Tea & Mystery, you should! Great blog and member! Congrats again Tracy.

If you’d like to nominated a Clubber for future months, you can fill in the form on the Clubber of the Month page.


Member Stats

TOTAL MEMBERS: 411 NEW MEMBERS: 1 WALL OF HONOR MEMBERS: 22

Newest Members

view the Member’s List


Newest Wall of Honor Inductees

-no new inductees this month-

view the Wall of Honor


Also, just as a reminder, if you’d like to change the due date on your list, change the link or if you have finished your list, let me know in the comments or on the Contact Page and I’ll be sure to get your entry up to date.

Any other questions? Please feel free to put them in the comments too!

Have a Great July,

-Margaret

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10 thoughts on “Member Updates #11

  1. In June I discovered that I had completely missed out on my first goal (where did those 5 years go!?) So I revamped my lost and have a new goal now. With what’s going on in my life I plan to launch back into more of my classics reading, and more involvement in this community. ❤

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  2. In the first paragraph, talking about a summer reading program at your library, I thought they were for kids. When I went to return books yesterday, I saw a flyer for the end of the year celebration for their summer reading program (all ages). I didn’t know they had them for adults, so next year I’ll keep my eye out for that. Congratulations on a good reading summer!

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  3. I didn’t quite make my goal of 50 books in five years, but I still feel I accomplished a lot. And this month I finished Don Quixote, so i’m happy about that. The list will go on but I won’t try for any particular due dates.

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  4. Congratulations on your new job! Woohoo! I am reading too many things, all mixed up and not getting anywhere! Also congratulations Tracy on the Clubber of the Month! I will hop over and visit your page soon!

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  5. At the beginning of the year I decided to try to finish my CC list a few months early. I’m a month behind on that accelerated schedule, but I’m optimistic I can still make it. I’ve a BUNCH of reviews I’ve yet to link up at the site, though. Just finished Farewell to Arms and Grapes of Wrath; next is Catch 22. (I’m in my American set. :))

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  6. I’ve been reading a few modern classics, though sadly none of them are on my official list! Children’s classics have dominated: The Little Grey Men’ by ‘BB’ (the 1940s) and Joan Aiken’s Midnight is a Place (1970s), for example, but also Vita Sackville-West’s No Signposts in the Sea (1960s) and Robertson Davies’ The Manticore (the 1970s). So, a mixed bag.

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  7. I don’t think I qualify for the Wall of Honour having missed my “deadline” to complete my list by a long way. Never kind, I’m just five away from the end now. Then I can start all over again:)

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  8. Oh dear, I missed the announcement last month that I was Clubber of the Month. I have been getting ready for surgery (lots of appointments) and having surgery and now recovering (happily), so a lot has passed me by. Thanks very much. I am loving being a member, although I am behind on reading classics (and reviewing). Hope to catch up in the 2nd part of this year.

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