What’s on Your Nightstand – December


I finally felt that for once I made a dent in my list. I’m four months into my new job and I think it’s keeping me a lot busier than normal. I might start taking my nightstand list down to a reasonable amount for awhile and seeing how I do. I will continue to keep the books unfinished from the previous on my list only so I will be forced to finish them.

My most recent book finished was Daniel X: Alien Hunter by James Patterson and I am currently working on Gone With the Wind and Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me.

December List

  • Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  • Dangerous Days of Daniel X by James Patterson
  • Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
  • Spook by Mary Roach
  • Secrets of the Morning by V.C. Andrews
  • The Shack by William P. Young
  • Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me by Louise Rennison
  • Power, Ambition and Glory by Steve Forbes
  • Scarecrow of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  • Tik Tok of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  • Daniel X: Watch the Skies by James Patterson

JANUARY NIGHTSTAND

  • Heartsick by Chelsea Cain
  • Sweetheart by Chelsea Cain
  • Evil at Heart by Chelsea Cain (Early Reviewer)
  • Rich Again (Early Reviewer)
  • Killing Circle (Early Reviewer)
  • Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  • Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me by Louise Rennison
  • Spook by Mary Roach
  • Secrets of the Morning by V.C. Andrews
  • Dear Jane Austen (Jane Austen Challenge)
  • Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters (Jane Austen Challenge)

The list is long but I have been slacking on my Early Reviewers, plus the Jane Austen Challenge ends January 10th. Lots to read but I’m looking forward to starting the year off with some easy and fun reading.

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2 responses to “What’s on Your Nightstand – December

  1. I’m all for starting the year off with easy and fun reading! =)

    Enjoy the rest of your December and Merry Christmas to you!

  2. Those darn jobs get in the way don’t they ;O).

    I want to read Louise Rennison’s book.

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