Update the Second: end of hour 3

Currently reading: Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Pages read since last update: 101
Running total of pages read since I started: 164

Amount of time spent reading since the last update: 75 minutes
Running total of time spent reading since I started: 130 minutes

Mini-challenge this hour: Here I’ll take part in Vasily’s mini-challenge.

A quote from a favorite book:

My Dear Cousin Tassie,
I could not believe what I heard — still cannot — yet it is all frighteningly true. Would that itty Alice had taken the crumbles of that terrible tile under cover of darkness to one of our masons and had it reassembled and refastened, without anyone being the wiser!

This is a quote from pages 6-7 of Ella Minnow Pea, by Mark Dunn.

Prize you’ve won: none yet
Books completed since I started: none yet.

Comments about this hour: Not getting enough reading in! Maybe once this slows down … 🙂

I’m enjoying Stardust; I really liked the movie when I saw it 6 months ago or so. A fun, right read.

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8 responses to “Update the Second: end of hour 3

  1. I’m glad you’re liking Stardust. It was a pretty fun read for me. Have you read anything else by Neil Gaiman?

  2. I loove Stardust! I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying it 🙂

  3. Nope, this is my first Gaiman.

  4. I’m so glad you’re liking Stardust! First step on the road to becoming a rabid Gaiman fan like the rest of us. 😉 hehe

  5. oh, you are doing great!! I haven’t heard of Stardust…It looks like I am missing something fun though 🙂

    Happy reading to you!

  6. Stardust, ah…one I really, really, really need to get to one day soon.

    Hope you’re having fun! And thanks for all the help at making this so enjoyable for the rest of us!

  7. You bet! I’ve enjoyed it.

  8. Gaiman is one of my favorite authors, and Stardust is a good book of his to start with. I love the Ella Minnow Pea quote…I really, really, really want to read that book! 🙂

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