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Saturday, September 27, 2014

The Want to Read List

I love Goodreads.  I started this blog mainly as a way to keep track of what books I read.  It's so easy to forget not only what books I've read but what I thought about them. At least  it is for me.  As I got into blogging and discovered so many terrific aspects about it, LibraryThing and Goodreads came onto my radar.  I signed up for both, but could only do one and I loved the format of Goodreads.

I'm forever adding books to my "Want to Read" List.  Some days this seems a ridiculous thing to do as my list just gets longer and longer, but there are so many books out there that are appealing!

This is what I've added this week.  What about you?

My Salinger YearHope at Dawn (Of Love and War, #1)

My Salinger Year by Joanna Rakoff
Hope at Dawn by Stacy Henrie

Thief of GloryPioneer Girl

Thief of Glory by Sigmund Brouwer
Pioneer Girl by Bich Minh Nguyen

The Wishing TideDriftwood Tides

The Wishing Tide by Barbara Davis
Driftwood Tides by Gina Holmes

Are any of these on your reading list?  If you've read one do you recommend it?  Are you on Goodreads?


  1. I rate books on Goodreads and and links to by blog reviews, though I haven't seen any great amount of traffic from GR. Sometimes I'll recommend a book, but not often; I don't like cluttering folks feeds and I figure that if you follow me, you'll see my rating and can decide for yourself whether to read it.

  2. I just had to tell you, I love the name of your blog. It totally made me smile. And looking at your list of books...I really want to read My Salinger Year, too. Happy Reading!

    1. Thank you Lark! It's a fairly accurate description of me and it makes for a somewhat unique blog presence. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. I loved Pioneer Girl and really want to read My Salinger Year.

  4. I love Goodreads for tracking books read and those I want to read. I do cross post my reviews there.

  5. My Salinger Year was good though a little pretentious. I haven't heard of the others.

  6. Thanks for adding Driftwood Tides :)