Sunday, September 22, 2013

Fall Into Reading 2013 - My List

I'm sad that it is time once again for Fall Into Reading.  It's not because I don't love this reading challenge.  I'm just sorry to see summer officially end.

Anyway, this no stress challenge is being hosted again by The Musings of a Book Addict.  You can find other opening posts here.

With my temp job probably ending in a month, I'm unsure how much I will read.  I might have tons of time to read.  Then again, I might get stuck with a job far away so I'll have little time to read.  We'll just have to see how the season progresses, right?

Either way, I am going to have a long list.  Just too many books I want to read right now.  Here goes.

Currently in Progress
Mama Rides Shotgun by Deborah Sharp

New Releases to Read:
Deadly Heat by Richard Castle
Nick and Tesla's High Voltage Danger Lab by Steve Hockensmith
Stone Cold Dead by Catherine Dilts
Melissa Explains It All by Melissa Joan Hart
Exile (Keeper of the Lost Cities 2) by Shannon Messenger
Secondhand Stiff by Sue Ann Jaffarian
The House of Hades by Rick Riordan
The Chocolate Book Bandit by JoAnna Carl

Christmas Books:
Secret Santa by Fern Michaels et. al.
Duck the Halls by Donna Andrews
Brush with Death by Karen MacInerny (also my only left over from Spring)
End Me a Tenor by Joelle Charbonneau

Other Books:
2 books for the Vintage Children's Lit Challenge to be named later
Kingdom Keepers VI by Ridley Pearson
Bridge to Neverland by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Tell No Lies by Gergg Hurwwitz
Drive Time by Hank Phillippi Ryan
Gluten for Punishment by Nancy J. Parra
Death Al Dente by Leslie Budewitz
Mayhem at the Orient Express by Kylie Logan
You Cannoli Die Once by Shelley Costa
Dead Man's Switch by Tammy Kaehler
Wicked Eddies by Beth Groundwater
Lost and Fondue by Avery Aames
Tales of a Sixth-Grade Muppet: Clash of the Class Clowns by Kirk Scroggs
Bran New Death by Victoria Hamilton

Okay, so obviously I'm going for quantity over remotely possible to finish, especially if I'm working all Fall.  But we'll see what I do get through, right?

Keep checking back for reviews as I finish.

8 comments:

  1. A very ambitious list. Several on there I need to check into. I need to Get Kingdom Keepers IV for my class. Thanks for joining and good luck with your reading.

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    1. There have been times in the past when I created large lists like this just because I can't cut my list down. And even then, I might not stick to it. We'll just see how I do.

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  2. Glad to see I'm not the only one who tucked a few Christmas books on their list for the challenge. Good luck to a fellow "ambitious" reader. ;)

    Happy Fall...and Happy Reading!

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    1. I usually try to read at least one Christmas book during December. This year, I've wound up with more than that without even trying. Hopefully, I get them all in.

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  3. My lists are usually longer than I can get to. That's half the fun of the challenge. Happy reading all those books!

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    1. Fortunately, there's nothing wrong with not getting to all the books on your list. That's one thing I love about this challenge.

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  4. That's quite the list - I spot a few mysteries there - must check those out. Enjoy all your choices.

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    1. I read lots of mysteries. It's not that I don't enjoy other genres, but I've kind of fallen into this one and keep finding new books I want to read.

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