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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Fall Into Reading 2012



I remembered, I remembered! I'm actually proud of myself, since I had a very weird week and my internet connection wasn't working very well. Anyway, I really do want to be a good reader and manage to read all the books in my list. I know I said no more lists, but I was looking at my TBR pile last week and I thought that poor pile (ha! mountain is more like it) needs a little change. Fall Into Reading is hosted by Katrina at Callapidder Days. Before I share my list, here are the guidelines:

To participate, here’s what you need to do:
  • Create a list of books you’d like to read or finish this fall. This is the only real requirement for participating in the challenge.
  • Feel free to set some additional reading goals (such as reading to your kids two hours per week, getting through your pile of magazines, etc.). However, this is not required; setting additional goals is completely optional.
  • Write a blog post that includes the list of books you want to read (and any additional goals you’ve set), and get ready to post it on your blog on September 22nd.
  • Visit Callapidder Days on September 22nd to sign up for the challenge. I’ll have an official launch post up that morning, complete with an area for you to submit a link to your personal Fall Into Reading post, where it will be added to the master list of participants.
  • Read! Work on your goals throughout Fall 2012.
  • Report your results. Write another blog post in December to let everyone know how you did. (I’ll post an official wrap-up to the challenge on December 22nd, where you’ll be able to share your results.)
  • Have fun! Visit other participants to see what they’re reading. Write reviews if you’re so inclined. But most of all, enjoy your fall reading!


So, here are a few of the books that I hope I'll read during this challenge:

  1. The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
  2. Hell On Wheels by Julie Ann Walker
  3. First Drop of Crimson by Jeaniene Frost
  4. The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
  5. The Mists Of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley
  6. The Kitchen Witch by Annette Blair
  7. The Clan of The Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel
  8. One for the Money by Janet Evanovich
  9. Infamous by Sherrilyn Kenyon
  10. Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
That's my list. Now, before you think I'm going soft, I have to tell you that I do plan to read more. But I'm trying to keep my goals simple.

If you want to participate, click on the button at the start of this post and read the guidelines. 

3 comments:

  1. Good luck with the challenge! Looks like a good list =)
    New follower via GFC and Networked Blogs.
    Rinn

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  2. Just stopping by to thank you for being part of Fall Into Reading! Have a wonderful, book-filled fall!

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