Winter Reading Challenge – COMPLETE


*UPDATED 3/16Completed this challenge last night. It was so much fun.

I enjoyed all the books I read, most I had been very anxiously awaiting to read. My favorite was probably Three to Get Deadly. I’m getting more and more into Stephanie Plum. But overall there was not one that I did not enjoy.

Hosted by My Two Blessings, this is another new challenge for me.

The rules are very flexible:
1) Choose any number of books you would like to read and post them on your blog.
2) They can be fiction and/or nonfiction including e-books and audiobook.
3) They can overlap with other challenges.
4) Sign up on Mr. Linky. I’m still trying to figure out Mr. Linky so will let you guys post your links yourselves when you have your lists ready.
5) In a few days, I set up a link where you can post links to your book reviews

I’m going to go a little easier on myself this challenge after I over did it for the Fall Into Reading.

My List:

  1. Cat and Mouse by James Pattersonfinished December 28, 2008
  2. Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenidesfinished January 23, 2009
  3. Trunk Music by Michael Connellyfinished January 6, 2009
  4. A Thousand Acres by Jane Smileyfinished February 16, 2009
  5. Mystic River by Dennis Lehanefinished March 15, 2009
  6. Pop Goes the Weasel by James Pattersonfinished March 9, 2009
  7. C is for Corpse by Sue Graftonfinished February 3, 2009
  8. Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovichfinished March 7, 2009

Happy Winter Reading!

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6 responses to “Winter Reading Challenge – COMPLETE

  1. Hi Lauren,

    Welcome to the Winter Reading Challenge. I like your book list and going to be reading A is for Alibi by Grafton. Have fun reading and look forward to hearing what you have to say about the books.

    Robin of mytwoblessings

  2. Wow! You three of my favorite books on your list. Middlesex was probably my top read for 2008. I loved the book 1000 Acres (movie was bad). Mystic River was fantastic! You have some treats in store!

  3. Yeah Lauren. Great Job. I’ll be reading my first James Patterson soon for the spring reading challenge. I’m also going to be reading B is for Burglar by Grafton. Enjoyed reading your reviews.

  4. I love James Patterson. I saw you’re going to read 1st to Die. I think the Women’s Murder Club series is my favorite, so it’s a good choice to start with. Can’t wait to see what you think.

  5. Great job on the challenge.

  6. Congratulations on meeting your challenge.

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