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24 Festive Tasks: Second Week Stats

Admittedly a bit late (work and kitty adoption got in the way), but since we’ve got a busy schedule for the rest of this week with a total of four doors to be opened — the first one of which is today’s for Mawlid — I at least wanted to get the 2d week stats […]

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24 Festive Tasks: First Week Summary and Preview for the Rest of the Month

Wow, the first week is almost over, my dashboard and notifications have exploded beyond all proportions, and I’m just blown away by the enthusiasm this is generating, coming as it does straight on the back of the best Halloween Bingo we’ve had in 3 years! For the lovers of statistics, here’s a summary snapshot of […]

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16 Tasks of the Festive Season: THANK YOU — and Final Tally

Sooo … with a staggering two-week delay, your hosts are finally getting around to the game’s closing post. (Yeah, we know. Let’s just say the new year started rather busy for both of us …) Anyway, MbD and I wanted to thank all of you so much for joining the game and participating so actively! […]

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2017 in Review — and Consequences for 2018

2017 Statistics Total number of books read in 2017: 287 Number of (as-yet unread) books added to “owned books” TBR in 2017: 250 So, looks like overall 2017 was a pretty good reading year for me — and certainly, even without having participated in BooklikesOpoly, the two games during the last four months of the […]

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2015 Reading Recap

2015 Reading Recap Themis-Athena’s Garden of Books   No fancy graphics and no astounding numbers – in fact, rather average numbers for me, these days – but anyway, here we go:   Total Number of Books Read: 68 – including rereads – but excluding my current read, Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norell (which […]

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