Sunday, September 23, 2007

Fall Into Reading 2007

So, since today is the first day of fall, it's time to list my reading goals for Fall Into Reading 2007. In my case, something like a public to be read list. The interesting thing will be to see how closely I stick to it.

I was going to start by including the books I didn't read from the Spring challenge, but there's only one. And yes, it will be included.

So, without further ado, my list for fall.

Death in Lover's Lane by Carolyn Hart
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz
Face Time by Hank Phillippi Ryan
Green Water Ghost by Glynn Marsh Alam
The Crafty Teddy by John J. Lamb
Mr. Monk in Outer Space by Lee Goldberg
Beware False Profits by Emilie Richards
Some Like it Hot-Buttered by Jeffrey Cohen
Candy Cane Murder by Joanne Fluke, Laura Levine, and Leslie Meier
Blood Matters by Taffy Cannon
Last Light by Terri Blackstock
Peppermint Twisted by Sammi Carter
Hell for the Holidays by Chris Grabenstein
A Threat to Justice by Chuck Norris, et al.
Staying Home is a Killer by Sara Rosett
Faint of Art by Hailey Lind
On the Wrong Track by Steve Hockensmith

That's 18, and I usually read a book a week, so I'm already overestimating by 6 books. I guess we'll see what I actually do.

9 comments:

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

There is a book by Chuck Norris???

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

Who else writes on the Chuck Norris book?

Mark said...

This is actually the second book in the Western series. Other authors include Tim Grayem, Ken Abrams, and Aaron Norris.

Katrina said...

I thought I was the last person who hadn't read Kite Runner, but I've seen it popping up on a whole bunch of lists. I also see a couple mysteries on your list that I want to check out. Good list! Thanks for being part of the challenge!

Lana G! said...

Kite Runner is fabulous can't wait for the movie in November! Love Joanne Fluke.

Mark said...

I remembered today more books I wanted to read this Fall, too. But I must get The Kite Runner read because the movie comes out.

And it's always nice to see another Joanne Fluke fan pop up.

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Hmm. I wasn't going to join in, but I might change my mind ... your list looks great!

Deena said...

I've seen The Spellman Files...and it looks cool! I think I'll have to re-hunt that one down. And it's always nice to see another cozy mystery fan (Sammi Carter, Joanne Fluke, etc)...I'm looking forward to getting a copy of "Some Like it Hot Buttered!!

Priscilla said...

Hi,
I noticed a few cozy mysteries on your to read list, quite similer to my own reading style, cozy and containing food! I hope you enjoy the challenge also....

Priscilla x