Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Jenn's Random Reads (#1)

Random Reads is monthly meme hosted by I'm Loving Books.

Each month you get a random number generator to pick one of your reads for the month. I'll be using my Goodreads to-read list and to pick my book. The only way I won't read the book it gives me is if I get one of the books off of the Top 100 Novels list, since that is another challenge that I'm working through seperately.

For more information on Random Reads, check out the original post here.

So here is what I got for January.

So number 39, which is: 

So this month I will be reading Arthas: Rise of the Lich King, which is something I've actually been wanting to read for awhile.



  1. Huh, I didn't know there was a World of Warcraft series! Sounds interesting. :)

    I hope you enjoy and thanks so much for joining in on the Random Reads meme!

    ♥ Sarah @ I'm Loving Books

  2. There are quite a few Warcraft books out there. I've read most, and luckily this one is a stand alone one, I somehow skipped it before, so this is a great time to read it :) Thanks for making a fun meme to inspire me :)

  3. I used to play WoW for 6 months, I got bored after that...but I didn't know there were books out there. Heard something about a movie, but no books. I wander how they are...
    New follower!
    Random Reads @ Mostly Reviews

  4. I like the books, they definitely helped me understand some of the lore behind the game. I've played for 6 years now, I'm so awful, but I only play extremely casually now, so will log in once or twice a week. I keep hearing about the movie, and wish they would make it already! But the books are pretty good, in my opinion.

    Thanks for the follow, I'm following you back!

  5. Interesting Meme/Monthly Challenge. I might have to join in too! Thanks for sharing!

    Jennifer @ A Librarian's Library


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