Virtual Mount TBR Final Checkpoint


The Virtual Mount TBR Challenge, a challenge for reading books you do not own, hosted by Bev @ My Reader’s Block, comes to an end on 31 December.  I read 12 library books, so completing the first level – Mount Rum Doodle.

  1. Great Britain’s Great War by Jeremy Paxman
  2. Destroying Angel by S G. MacLean
  3. The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies
  4. I Found You by Lisa Jewell
  5. Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
  6. Printer’s Devil Court by Susan Hill
  7. The Seeker by S G Maclean
  8. The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
  9. Dolly by Susan Hill
  10. The Riviera Set by Mary S Lovell
  11. A Lovely Way to Burn by Louise Welsh
  12. Our Betty by Liz Smith
This is My Life According to Books, using titles from my list: 
  1. My Ex is/was [a] Destroying Angel
  2.  My best friend is The Tea Planter’s Wife
  3. Lately, at work [it’s been like] Great Britain’s Great War
  4. If I won the lottery, [I’d join] The Riviera Set
  5. My fashion sense [is] A Lovely Way to Burn
  6. My next ride [will be with] Our Betty
  7. The one I love is The Seeker
  8. If I ruled the world, everyone would [be invited to] Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  9. When I look out my window, I see Printer’s Devil Court
  10. The best things in life are [because] I Found You

2 thoughts on “Virtual Mount TBR Final Checkpoint

  1. How clever, Margaret! I really like your My Life in Books responses! I have to admit, I’ve not done that challenge just lately, but it’s a fun one, isn’t it? And you did well getting through a bit of the TBR, too. I really need to do a better job of that…


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