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Friday, September 24, 2010

Fall into Reading 2010 Challenge

Katrina at Callapidder Days is hosting the Fall Into Reading 2010 Challenge. I did this challenge a couple of years ago and I'm up for another great motivation to read. Not that I need one, but hey, it's fun. The challenge runs from September 22 to December 22.

The books I'm going to read, in no particular order, are:

E=MC2
The Book of Unholy Mischief
Jackson Jones, Book 1: The Tale of a Boy, an Elf, and a Very Stinky Fish
The House on Malcolm Street
The Waiting
Jesus in His Own Words
Eat This and Live! For Kids
Lady in Waiting
In Every Heartbeat
When Life Throws You Lemons...Make Cranberry Juice
Uncertain Heart
Masquerade
The Miracle of Mercy Land
A Vintage Affair
My Name is Mary Sutter
Tender Vow
The Vigilante's Bride
Love's First Bloom
Heart with Joy
A Disagreement in Idaho
Highland Blessings
Your Best Body Now: Look and Feel Fabulous at Any Age
Dining with Joy
Heidegger's Glasses
The Mermaid's Pendant
Key Lime Pie
The Hunger Games
The Glamour of Grammar
Please Stop Laughing at Me

Is this ambitious?  Some are from the library, some have been sitting on my shelf for awhile, some are for review.  This list is a work in progress and the final wrap-up will probably have more books on it!

Each book I read will then be reviewed here. It's what I would do anyway, but a challenge is always fun, especially if there are prizes involved. But, this is also a chance to meet new people and find other good books to read. Who's going to join me?

11 comments:

  1. I like Joanne Fluke too. I have read all of the Hannah Swenson books. I am looking forward to the next one. :)

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  2. You do have an ambitious list, but it sounds like you have it all under control. I love reading library books, too, and I have quite a few of my own books unread on my shelf that I hope to clear off. This is a fun challenge for those of us who love to read anyway.
    Enjoy!

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  3. Except for Hunger Games (which I have to add to my list) and Masquerade I haven't heard of any of these books. Looks like you are going to have a fun time.
    Blessings

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  4. That is a lot of books! But reading is just so much fun... :)

    I am very interested to hear what you think of The Hunger Games. I recently read and reviewed it. I think most people love it or hate it; I'm sort of in between.

    Some of these sound really interesting. The Glamour of Grammar? E=MC^2? Nice.

    Happy reading!

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  5. Thanks for sharing your list good luck! Happy reading!

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  6. I did this challenge in the spring and it was great to see what people planned to read. I see Vintage Affair on your list - that one is on mine too. enjoy your fall reading!

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  7. Your list does look ambitious! The only one I've read is The Hunger Games, which I loved. I hope you enjoy it - and all the others.

    Happy reading!

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  8. Wow, that is quite the list! Happy reading!

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  9. This is quite an ambitious list. I'm excited to read Hunger Games myself. Good luck with the challenge.

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  10. Wow, this is quite a list. I see a few titles that I have here and a few that are on my wish list. I always look forward to these challenges! They get me motivated and I seem to accomplish more. Good luck!

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