Sunday, July 1, 2018

Taking Stock: June, 2018

Well, 2018 is half over! Honestly!

Total Books: 16/ 163
Total Posts: 31
Total Reviews: 10

Debut: 0/ 5
Audio: 6/ 37

Picture Books: 2/ 53

The Good: I spent a brilliant six days in New Orleans attending ALAAC 18 and returned well-fed and laden with books.

The Bad: Blogger disappointed. I keep drafts of my various reading lists and logged on one day to discover that my 2018 reading list disappeared. I wondered how I managed to delete it since you have to confirm deletion; but assumed it was my mistake. However, I made no such assumption a couple of weeks later when, not only had my painstakingly reconstructed 2018 reading list disappeared, but my 2018 audiobook list triplicated! I sent a message to blogger and never received a response. I sent a second message to blogger. I tweeted blogger about it. No response. I created a google doc of my reading and am sorely disappointed at the lack of response on blogger's part. Not only that, but I noticed that I no longer receive emails when someone makes a comment on the blog! Grr!

The List:
146. Julian is a Mermaid by Jessica Love (6/1)
147. The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert (6/2)
149. Harbor Me by Jacqueline Woodson (6/6)
150. First Flight around the World by Tim Grove (6/7)
151. A Higher Loyalty by James Comey (6/7)
152. The Burning Maze by Rick Riordan (6/9)
153. Boying Up by Mayim Bialik (6/10)
154. Love and First Sight by Josh Sundquist (6/13)
155. Saving Montgomery Sole by Mariko Tamaki (6/18)
156. Nate Expectations by Tim Federle (6/21)*
157. Nowhere Boy by Katherine Marsh (6/24)*(SLJ)
158. Jazz Owls: a novel of the Zoot Suit riots by Margarita Engle (6/25)
159. Saving Winslow by Sharon Creech (6/26)*
160. What I Leave Behind by Alison McGhee (6/26)*
161. Grandad Mandela by Zazi Siwelene and Zindzi Mandela (6/29)
162. Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman (6/30)*

163. Hey, Kiddo by Jarrett J. Krosoczka (6/30)*

1 comment:

  1. Sounds to me like you may have been compromised. Change all your passwords, and see if that changes anything.
    Happy July!