Fall Into Reading Challenge 2009


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Hosted By: Callapidder Days
Sept 22 – Dec 20, 2009

My Goal – 15 books

This is one of the first challenges I ever joined, and one of my favorite, for some reason. The sign up isn’t quite yet, but we’re closing in now that September has started and I wanted to begin brainstorming what I really want to read by the end of the year. Last year I committed to 18 books, but only finished 14. That’s not going to happen this year.

I’m bringing over the 4 books I didn’t finish for the Summer Reading Challenge and then the other 11 reads will be books needed to complete other challenges as well.

My List:

  1. The Shack by William P. Young
  2. The English Patient by Michael Ondaaje
  3. Spook by Mary Roach
  4. Secrets of the Morning by V.C. Andrews
  5. Hot Six by Janet Evanovich
  6. Dangerous Days of Daniel X by James Patterson
  7. Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D.H. Lawrence
  8. Roxana by Daniel Defoe
  9. Generation Kill by Evan Wright
  10. Double Cross by James Patterson
  11. Emma by Jane Austen
  12. Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
  13. Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  14. Pretties by Scott Westerfeld
  15. Cross Country by James Patterson

Alternates:

  • TBD

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Fall Into Reading Challenge 2009

  1. Great list of books to read this fall! Enjoy.

  2. I read The Shack last year and I’m trying to bring it home again… it has been on tour and I figured out where it was 3 weeks ago and reminded, but it is still gone…guess I’ll have to catch him again this Sunday at church for reminder#2!!
    Patterson is a favorite with the guys here.. I read another Kingsolver..and I had to put Emma down this summer ‘cuz I couldn’t get into her…I’ll try again sometime…just a mood thing…
    Happy Reading

  3. Gone With the Wind is one of my very favorites — hope you love it! Happy reading. Looks like you will be busy :)

  4. I haven’t read Gone with the Wind since the year I married (1973)! I loved it too. You have a nice list of books to read!

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