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Monday, December 26, 2011

Fall Into Reading: Wrap up


I'm very sorry I'm late with this post, but last week has been more than overwhelming. Besides the Christmas preparations, Mother Nature has been very mean with me. I'm one of those people, who are very sensitive to the weather changes (I have no idea what the term is in English, but it's safe to say I felt like cr@p last week, with all the changes). So that's the reason I haven't done this post earlier.

Anyway, back to the initial topic.


Fall Into Reading was a challenge hosted by Katrina at Callapidder Days. You can read the guidelines for the challenge on her blog.

As you can imagine, I didn't get to read the books I planned on reading. I'm usually very bad at planning my reading lists. I never, ever manage to read the books I want in a certain order. I'm not talking about the books in a series. I'm talking a list of books I want to read and a list I make at some point. Here was my list:


  1. The Shakespeare Secret - Jennifer Lee Carrell 
  2. Dead In the Family - Charlaine Harris  .
  3. Heat Wave - Richard Castle 
  4. Slave to Sensation - Nalini Singh 
  5. Tall, Dark & Dead - Tate Hallaway  
  6. Sorcery and the Single Girl - Mindy Klasky  
Out of all these books I managed to read only the first book, The Shakespeare Secret. I've read other books  this fall, but none that were on this list. 

Like I said, planning doesn't do much good to me. I plan on reading a few more books before the year is over. I hope next year there will be another Fall Into Reading challenge and that I'll do better at it :)

2 comments:

  1. Don't you wish there was enough time to read all the books we desire....ah well. I've read book 3. I am afraid to ck out the others as my TBR pile is already bursting with books.

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  2. Hi Kimba! Thanks for visiting! I'm actually afraid of checking out my TBR pile. I do need more time. And I need to make a list, organize that TBR pile, because it's scary how big it is right now. And I have a feeling it's going to get bigger and bigger.

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