Tuesday, August 21, 2007

My Shelfari Bookshelf

Once again Cris has come to the rescue. Or is that, has come to lead me into temptation? She introduced me to Shelfari, which is a way to keep track of the books you've read, communicate with others about them, and of course, share this info on your blog. I'd been wanting to track all the books I read, but I didn't want to get expensive software to do it, and I'm too lazy to do it without some sort of tool to help me.
If you scroll down a bit, in my sidebar you will see an item called "My Bookshelf." Your computer may tell you that you need to download Flashplayer to see my shelf. Go ahead and do that. You should be able to see the books I'm currently reading. At present, this means the books I've read so far this year.
Earlier, I'd estimated that I read about 25 books in a year. Well, it's August and I'm up to 27, and just about to go get books 28 & 29 at the library. Granted, it's been an unusual year for me. I've been a bit of a compulsive reader. What's even more alarming is that over 2/3 of these books have something to do with someone dying. Seriously.
Anyone got any happy books?

2 comments:

danny said...

I would recommend reading Lolita. It's not so centered around death, but closer to love. But it's nowhere near a chickflick.

Add me as a friend on Shelfari.

-schaufferwaffer

Crystal Warren Miller said...

I can't believe you have I Heard the Owl Call My Name on your list! I love that book. I read it in high school (which may have been before you were born??ack!) Anyway, I have influenced you for good. I love seeing what people are reading. You are awesome!