Sunday, September 30, 2012

Challenge Complete: 2012 TBR Pile

Adam from Roof Beam Reader is sponsoring a second round of TBR-tackling with his TBR Pile Challenge for 2012.  I finished up the challenge on 9/24/12...having read all twelve declared books as well as my two alternates.  Here are the TBR books now moved off the teetering stacks of books:

1. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (2/29/12)
2. The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare [this edition, pub 1963] (6/30/12)
3. Sense & Sensibility by Jane Austen [this edition, pub 2003] (8/13/12)
4. The Future on Ice by Orson Scott Card (ed) [pub 1998] (2/15/12)
O' Artful Death by Sarah Stewart Taylor [pub 2003] (6/20/12)
6. The Case of the Blind Barber by John Dickson Carr [pub 1934] (9/22/12)
7. Nothing Can Rescue Me by Elizabeth Daly [pub 1943] (read 2/18/12)
8. The Four Million & Other Stories by O. Henry [pub 1963] (read 7/21/12)
9. My Name is Legion by Roger Zelazny [pub 1976] (read 1/4/12)
10. Prayers to Broken Stones by Dan Simmons [pub 1990] (read 1/14/12)
11. Crime on Her Mind: 15 Stories of Female Sleuths from the Victorian Era to the Forties by Michelle B. Slung, ed. [pub 1975] (8/18/12)
12. The Edgar Winners: 33rd Annual Anthology of the Mystery Writers of America by Bill Pronzini, ed. [pub 1980] (9/5/12)


 Murder at the Library of Congress by Margaret Truman [pub 1999] (9/24/12)
 The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert & Bill Ransom [pub. 1979] (read 2/29/12)


Gina @ My Precious said...

Great for you. This has been one of my most difficult challenges for 2012 - (well a similar one called Off the Shelf) I really struggle to make time for those books I already own. Ya know all those other obligations get in the way. I hope I'm able to finish my challenge this year. I only chose to read 6 books. So far I've read one of those six. You did a fantastic job with your challenge. Great work!

Roof Beam Reader said...

Way to go, Bev! I've linked-up this post in our final wrap-up (going live today) and you'll be entered for the prize!

Bev Hankins said...

Yay me! Thanks for checking on me, Adam! Got my fingers crossed for prize-winning.