things I read (2012? 2013?)

This is a list of what I am reading … once I finish a book I will add an asterisk.  Let’s see how many I get done in a year.

Book of Esther  by Esther David  *

The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady  by Elizabeth Stuckey-French  (okay I had to shelf this one for a while .. it just wasn’t grabbing me)

Then Came You  by Jennifer Weiner *

Scat  by Carl Hiaasen  *

If I Stay  by Gayle Forman * (thanks to my friend Deborah Bryan for the recommendation)

A Monster Calls  by Patrick Ness * (see above)

As Young As We Feel  by Melody Carlson *

Catching Fire  by Suzanne Collins  *  (I must say this pt 2 of the Hunger Game trilogy really never caught fire, hoping #3 is a better read)

A Swift Pure Cry  by Siobhan Dowd  *

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner  by Alan Sillitoe  * (a re-read, just for namesakes’ sake)

Hometown Ties  by Melody Carlson  *

Where She Went  by Gayle Forman  *

The Help  by Kathryn Stockett (had to return this to the library .. I’ll come back to it later)

Mockingjay  by Suzanne Collins  *

Reservation Blues  by Sherman Alexie  * (thanks to Mac @ Bright Strange Things)

How Can We Keep From Singing – Music and the Passionate Life  by Joan Oliver Goldsmith  *

Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table  by Ruth Reichl  *

I Am Not A Serial Killer  by Dan Wells  *

Mr. Monster  by Dan Wells  *

I Don’t Want to Kill You  by Dan Wells  *

Queen Bees and Wannabes  by Rosalind Wiseman  *

The Monster’s Daughter by Deborah Bryan  *

Cry Baby by Faye Cunningham  *

Means to an End by Michael Hachey  *

The Broker  by John Grisham  * (I don’t usually read Grisham but it was summer …)

Lakeside Cottage  by Susan Wiggs * (I’ve read this about three summers now .. shhh!)

The Alchemist  by Paulo Coelho *

Zami: A New Spelling of My Name  by Audre Lorde

The Lucky One  by Nicholas Sparks  *

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