OCTOBER 2009 – Review


October was a worse reading month than September. I think it will be hard in the next couple months to accomplish as much as I would really like and finish the challenges still pending.

Only two books read this month came from my shelves, the others were from the library. As much as I love checking books out, I need to stop the instant gratification of needing a book right away and having to read it right away.

Here’s to hoping November is an amazing reading month!

Books Read:

  1. Hot Six by Janet Evanovich (TBR)
  2. Free Stallion by Amber Tamblyn
  3. Generation Kill by Evan Wright
  4. Murder of King Tut by James Patterson
  5. Roxana by Daniel Defoe
  6. Bang Ditto by Amber Tamblyn
  7. The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje

Books Added:

  1. New Moon by Stephanie Meyer
  2. Boxcar Children: Surprise Island (#2)
  3. Boxcar Children: Snowflake Inn (#3 special)
  4. Misery by Stephen King
  5. Nancy Drew: Secret of the Old Clock by Carolyn Keene
  6. Nancy Drew: Mystery at Lilac Inn by Carolyn Keene
  7. Nancy Drew: Haunted Showboat by Carolyn Keene
  8. Nancy Drew: Secret of Mirror Bay by Carolyn Keene
  9. Popped by Carol Higgins Clark
  10. Visions in Death by J.D. Robb
  11. Hitched by Carol Higgins Clark
  12. Boxcar Children: Pizza Mystery
  13. Nancy Drew: Bungalow Mystery by Carolyn Keene
  14. Boxcar Children: Mystery in the Snow
  15. Boxcar Children: Bus Station Mystery
  16. Boxcar Children: Lighthouse Mystery
  17. Boxcar Children: Mystery Ranch
  18. Pirates of the Caribbean: Junior Novelization
  19. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen
  20. The First Assistant by Clare Naylor & Mimi Hare
  21. Rhett Butler’s People by Donald McCaig

Challenges Finished: Classics Challenge, Daniel Defoe Mini-Challenge, Chunkster Challenge
Challenges Joined: Books to Read Before I Die Challenge, The Four Month Challenge

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