Mount TBR 2015 Final Checkpoint

Mount TBR 2015

For the final checkpoint of the Mount TBR Reading Challenge of 2015 Bev has asked two questions:

1. Tell us how many miles you made it up your mountain (# of books read). If you’ve planted your flag on the peak, then tell us and celebrate (and wave!).  Even if you were especially athletic and have been sitting atop your mountain for months, please check back in and remind us how quickly you sprinted up that trail. And feel free to tell us about any particularly exciting book adventures you’ve had along the way.

I was aiming to reach the summit of Mt Ararat (48 books) and made it to its foothills by reading 39 of the books I owned prior to 1 January 2015. Most of them were really good, with just a few that I thought were not quite as good as I had expected.

2. The Year in Review According to Mount TBR: Using the titles of the books you read this year, please associate as many statements as you can with a book read on your journey up the Mountain.  

Describe yourself: The Last Girl
Describe where you currently live: The Old Curiosity Shop 
If you could go anywhere where would you go?:  Barchester Towers
Every Monday morning I look/feel like: A Change of Climate
The last time I went to the doctor/therapist was because: of The Burning
The last meal I ate was: Spilling the Beans
When a creepy guy/girl asks me for my phone number, I’m: Dead Scared
Ignorant politicians make me: consult The Book of Lost and Found
Some people need to spend more time: contemplating The Outcast
My memoir could be titled:Three Act Tragedy
If I could, I would tell my teenage self: that Diamonds Are Forever
I’ve always wondered: about The Dead Secret

Now on to Mount TBR 2016 and reducing my TBR Mountain!

2 thoughts on “Mount TBR 2015 Final Checkpoint

  1. That was a jolly good stab at Mount Ararat. 39 books off the tbr pile is excellent. (We won’t mention the ones we’ve both bought to replace those in the meantime. *Cough*)


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