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Over the last nearly three years, the team keeping this blog running has ebbed and flowed. Mostly we've tried to be consistent in posting each Saturday and doing a wrap up each Friday. But, over the last several months not only has our focus as a team struggled, but participation in the weekly assignments has slowed to a trickle...I always have a lot of respect for bloggers that put so much of their energy and time into memes and Weekly Geeks was a great one! I only participated in a few of the tasks, really, and only came to blogging a long time after its creation so can't post anything about its inspiration and the blogger in whose memory it was so devotedly maintained BUT the final post also recommends having a nosy through their archives and posting something from there so here is my choice, from way back in September 2009. It was a largely random choice but it fits with the gloom that is early September here in Yorkshire so...
So after some discussion, the Weekly Geeks team has decided that it is time to end this event.
It's hard to believe we're approaching the last quarter of 2009. Soon those of us in the northern hemisphere will be curled up in front of the fire (or solar heater) with our favorite wintry reads, and those in the southern will be off to the beaches with their summer books.I'm quite disorganised when it comes to what I want to read in general and very rarely plan my reading beyond a vague consideration of what I might read next. Most of the time, I then ignore that and grab wildly at my shelves.
Do you have a plan of what you're going to read the rest of the year? Have you had a master plan all along? If so, have you stuck to it? What helps you to decide what you're going to read next? Challenges? Book groups? Or do you have the luxury of closing your eyes and picking any book off your shelf?
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