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Day’s 41-44

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Playing catch up! Four the easy way.

Hi guys!!

Welcomes to Days 6, 7, 8 & 9!!!

Please forgive the tardiness of these offerings.  I knew that doing this project every day for a year would be an experience and an exercise in consistency and I felt myself prepared for the challenge (a random book a day? WINNING!!!).  I was excited to do my Dewey lottery, hunt the book and then do an arm chair analyses of  a different book each and every day…except on weekends.

So the first weekend of this project found me looking at the computer, knowing I had an obligation yet still shirking it.  And then it was a long weekend too  with the M.L.K. holiday!  Fahget-about-it.  Here is an abbreviated version of my regular entries, just the bibliographic info and a picture because I aint got it in me to read skim four books today.  So do yourself a favor! If any of these books looks mildly interesting to you check em out!! They long for your caress!

Saturday’s (coulda been) book:

How to Photograph Absolutely Everything

Ang, Tom

New York : DK Pub., 2010.

Ready yourself for a closeup!

Sunday’s (shoulda been) book:

Life Sentences : writers, artists, and AIDS
Avena, Thomas

San Francisco : Mercury House, c1994

Wow.

 

Monday’s (woulda been) book:

Mapping time : the calendar and its history
Richards, E. G. (Edward Graham)

We really are missing out if we don't pick this one up!

 Tuesday’s Book:

Understanding hieroglyphs : A complete introductory guide
Wilson, Hilary

Lincolnwood, Ill. : Passport Books, c1993

Next time you're in Egypt you'll be prepared. Mummy monster due to resurrect and set off chain of events of catastrophic proportion? You'll be the 1st to know!