Saturday, 9 July 2016

#FitReaders: Weekly Check-In July 8, 2016 and dnfs

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Sat 1 h walk
Sun 1 h walk
Mon 1 h walk
Tue 11,5 km bike
Wed 30 min walk
Thu 1 h walk
Fri 30 min walk



DNFS



The Vintage teacup club
It was not bad, I just did not care. Maybe for another day...or not

Rhapsody
This was weird
I got the three first books from bookmooch, still mad about that, I wanted the first and someone made me get all 3 arghhh


The well of tears
The main characters died in book 1. I looked at the end here....weird series, boring too. but I had it

The island
Meh

The standing Dead
I should have read this one earlier. I read book 1 7 YEARS AGO! The reason why I never read on was because book 1 was crap. But I had book 2 and 3 sitting in my shelf. SIGH. So I tried, was confused and gave up. At least I try, now I can get rid of them


36 comments:

  1. You did great walking this week. As always I love your pictures with the sun shining. So peaceful.

    Too bad about all those DNFs, though.

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  2. It looks like you have a lovely place to walk.

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  3. Oh wow, your pics are so green! Summer in full swing, I see.

    Sorry about all the DNFs though.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  4. I always admire how you faithfully get in your walks and rides. Such lovely pictures, too.

    Oh, the pain of disliking the first book and having the subsequent books on the shelf, too. At least you gave the series another shot.

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    1. Thank you :D

      So horrible, bleeergh. That is why i tried these two now, cos else they would be on my shelves foreeeever

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  5. Eeek! I'm fervently hoping that is a roundup of DNFs over a longer period of time than a week, otherwise you must have been in reading hell! Good job on the fitness, though. I'm doing well with the Pilates and Fitstep but just never seem to find the time to get walks into the schedule, which is a shame. Hopefully when life gets less crazily busy... Have a good reading week, please! https://sjhigbee.wordpress.com/2016/07/10/sunday-post-10th-july/

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    1. Lol, yes it is, I do not know why many assume I go through that many dnfs in a week. I gather them up :)

      I like walks, they are easier for me, I am so lazy with doing things at home

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  6. That's a lot of walking...and what beautiful photos you captured!

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  7. Phew that's a lot of dnfs! Gorgeous pics as usual, hugs x

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  8. Lovely pics. About the DNFs - I'm at the point that if I don't care about a book or dread picking it up it's an auto DNF.

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    1. Good idea. I will so not bother with something I wot even like

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  9. My sister recommended the Rhapsody series to me, but I haven't gotten to it yet.

    I peek ahead to haha! I hate it when a character dies!

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    1. It was weird and well Mary sue...totes

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  10. No Luci pic?? :-( The scenery is lovely though.

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  11. Been a while since you have shared your DNFs! :D

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  12. I hate to DNF a book, especially if I paid money for it! But it sure happens and more often than I would like. I feel your pain :)

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    1. A library book I will dnf like there is no tomorrow, but yes a bought book hurts more

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  13. You sure did a lot of walking this week! And as usual - lovely photos :)

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  14. Great job and I love your pictures. That's a lot of DNF, but why waste time on a book you're not enjoying. I hope you found some good ones in between.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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    1. Thank you :)
      I found a better one

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  15. oh its not fun to do DNF!!! I hate it when authors kill of the main characters.

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  16. You are doing great on the exercising! I wish I could do everyday. And love the DNFs. :D

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  17. None of the books you mentioned look familiar to me. Oh, well.

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