Fall Into Reading 2009: Reading List

I might be crazy to even think about attempting this. Considering that it’s been taking me about a month to finish a single book – why make a list with, oh my god, 10 books on it? Wouldn’t it be more sane to list, oh maybe, 3 books? Nope – because that’s not a challenge. I WANT to read more. And you know, I might not finish and read all the books I list here, but basically – here are the books I would like to read this fall. Maybe I’ll only get to three of them – maybe I’ll read them all. We’ll see. Anyway – if you are reading this and going, “Fall into what?” just click here for more info. And for the rest of us, without further adieu, here is my list, crazy as it may be…

Fall Into Reading picks - list on goodreads.com

  1. Cleopatra’s Daughter by Michelle Moran (odds are… ok)
  2. The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder: A Novel by Rebecca Wells (odds are… ok)
  3. Little Children by Tom Perrotta (odds are… good)
  4. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (odds are… very good)
  5. Finger Lickin’ Fifteen by Janet Evanovich (odds are… good)
  6. A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in Stages by Kristin Chenoweth (odds are… ok)
  7. Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen by Julie Powell (odds are… good)
  8. Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler (odds are… ok)
  9. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle (odds are… good)
  10. The Inner Peace Diet by Aileen McCabe-Maucher (odds are… good)
  11. -already with the edits- I’m adding Queste by Angie Sage because I just picked it up at the library. As soon as I finish my current read, I’ll be diving into this. (odds are… Very Good)

19 Comments

  1. Andrea

    Hunger Games was really really good. It’s not a book I would normally have read, but it is one that I thoroughly enjoyed.

    Fifteen was better than fourteen.

    Cleopatra’s Daughter looks soooooooo good. I actually have Michelle Moran’s book Nefertiti sitting in my book pile right now. I can’t wait to read it.

  2. Barbara H.

    I agree about a challenge. I almost always have more on my list than I’ll actually get to, but I love the challenge as well.

    I don’t think I am familiar with any of these except Robin Hood, and I don’t think I’ve read that. I’ll be looking forward to hearing what you think about them.

  3. Jean

    I really want to do this challenge and probably will but I’m going to keep it simple stupid and not go over board. I’m certainly adding Julie and Julia to my list and Hunger Games one which I keep meaning to read.

  4. Jennifer

    We are book twins. I am convinced. I want to read the books you have on your list!!! Ugh! I have so many books waiting to be read right now, bt I keep forgetting how nearly impossible it is to read two pages with a 1 yr old around! LOL!

  5. Joyful

    Hi Jen,
    Good Girl, I am proud of you for putting 10 books.
    What a fun book. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood.

    I put over 20, I would have liked to read them all.
    I keep falling asleep everytime I start reading.
    It relaxes me so much.

    Thanks for joining us.
    Joyful

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