What’s on Your Nightstand? – May 2009


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It’s been a long month, but I’ve felt like I got some good quality reading in. I’ve finished a couple more challenges and my nighstand is aquiring more in depth books in addition to the fun ones of the summer. I didn’t read as much compared to last month, but it was still good.

I finished 13 books, most recently Fried Green Tomatoes at the Wistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg (review to come). I took two vacations in the past couple weeks which added to my reading. I anticipate maybe only being able to finish my current book, Atonement by Ian McEwan, before the months end.

Currently on my nightstand for June:

  • Four Blind Mice by James Patterson
  • D is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton
  • Transforming Grace by Jerry Bridges
  • Uglies by Scott Westerfeld (Spring Reading Thing)
  • Club Dead by Charlaine Harris (Love Bites Challenge)
  • Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris (Love Bites Challenge)
  • High Five by Janet Evanovich
  • Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  • Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier
  • Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
  • The Shack by William P. Young

Of course, I probably won’t finish them all, and add in even more. Considering what I anticipated for May, I think my June goals and list will be better kept to plan considering the ending of a couple challenges.

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2 responses to “What’s on Your Nightstand? – May 2009

  1. Ooh–some good titles there.

    I’m listening to a teen/YA Vampire book right now (well, I think he’s a Vampire) — It’s called Evermore by Alyson Noel. It’s good.

    I was reading Uglies, but my daughter returned it to the library after she finished it, so I never did.

  2. Good list! I’ve actually read the Shack and didn’t really like it. Do drop me a line on what your thoughts are of the shack once you’ve read it though. Happy reading!

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