Books of weeks and days

I’ve discovered a new (to me) blog via the comments on Another 52 Books. The blog is called A Book a Week, written by Becky, and began the month before Petrona. Becky says: "I read mostly literary fiction, occasional non-fiction, some mysteries, and a few fantasy novels". One example, discussing Unlocking the Air, by Ursula le Guin, is here. Here is a good post comparing some bookish blogs: about books, blogs and websites

No disrespect to the amazingly voracious reader Beth/Mapletree7 ("I live to read"), of whom I am in awe owing to the title of her blog Book of the Day, I am more of the pace of Becky these days (since starting blogging!), of reading a book a week (on average). Becky also has the same problem as Jo of Another 52 books, James of New Tammany College, me and doubtless many of the rest of us, of a TBR pile longer than life itself (in my case, certainly). Solutions include The Death of my Library Card and book diets (they don’t work). I look forward to reading more of Becky’s blog.

Polygon 22 June

Polygon puzzle
Using the given letters no more than once, make as many words as possible of four or more letters, always including the central letter. Capitalised words, plurals, conjugated verbs (past tense etc), adverbs ending in LY, comparatives and superlatives are disallowed.

How you rate: 9 words, average; 12, good; 15, very good; 19, excellent.

Click here for rules and tips on how to play Polygon.

Source, the Times

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