Monday, January 31, 2011

"Where Are You Reading ?" January Summary


I am one of the Where are You Reading Challenge participants. As you might have known, it is hosted by Sheila from One Journey Through a World of Books. It's never to late to join. Go to her blog and sign up.You can read the detail here

This January, I have read around 9 books. But only 6 books can be put on my map. One of them are in the middle of nowhere. The rest are not telling me where the setting take place. :(

So here is the list
  • The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate ; Texas
  • Topeng Kaca ; Tokyo- Japan
  • The Maximum Ride; Washington. Actually it's also take place in Antartica.
  • The Spellmen Files ; San Fransisco
  • Good Omen; London, UK
  • The Hollow ; Sleepy Hollow, New York
You can check my map here. I have tried to post it here but it does not appear as you can check below

View Aleetha-2011 Where Are You Reading Challenge in a larger map

I hope I can do better next February

PS: till now I still get confused Google Maps. After a month "playing" with it, I just found out that we can use search then save it to our map.LOL. I think I need Google Map Guide for Dummies. XD

6 comments:

The Unvelievably Boring Adventures of Mimi Bur said...

I had such a hard time with google maps too! I had to search out some hints in the google maps fourms, it helped a lot.
http://mimibur.wordpress.com/where-im-reading/

heather said...

I had to play around with it for a while too in order to get the map to work.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I used Stolen by Kelley Armstrong for Maine.

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Have fun with the map - it took me awhile to get the hang of it but now I am really enjoying using it and tracking my books. :)

Misha said...

It seems you have travelled quite a bit via books :) I always have trouble with google maps too hehe

RAnn said...

I think this is a wonderful idea!

Christina T said...

I had a difficult time with Google Maps at first too. Good luck with the challenge. Some of the books I read don't fit in the challenge because they are set in fictional places like on a spaceship :(

Thanks for signing up for the Page to Screen challenge. I have set up a form where you can enter any reviews you write for the challenge. It is no longer monthly so feel free to add anything you wrote in January. You can add your Page to Screen reviews here