August 15, 2011

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I am officially a bookworm!
I made a goal at the beginning of the year... a resolution of sorts
to finish 50 books by the end of the year 2011.
Well ladies... I am on my 50th book right now!!!
Granted, some of the books i've read were quick reads... but still...50!
(There are a few more, but they didn't fit)
 
What should I read next?!?
I already read The Hunger Games last year, and LOVED it!
A few books on my list are:
Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein
Room, by Emma Donoghue
Matched, by Ally Condie
A Homemade Life, by Molly Wizenberg
The Jack Reacher series, by Lee Child
One Day, by David Nicholls
Smokin' Seventeen, by Janet Evanonvich
Any other suggestions?! Nothing is jumping out to me at the moment and I want a book that I just can't put down! Even old classics would be fun to read. :)
Jenni

18 comments:

Laurnie said...

50?! That's impressive. I LOVED One Day, so I back up that choice. Kristin Hannah is my new fave - On Mystic Lake is up there. And I'm reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, and I am so in love with it!

Simone said...

You must read "One Day", it was my book of the year last year!

I've just finished "Midnight in the Garden of Good And Evil" and loved it - it's set in Savannah.

Am currently on holiday in France, been here 4 days & am just starting my 4th book!! I love holiday reading :)

Xx

Simone said...

PS you MUST read "Racing in the Rain", it's such a gorgeous read, you'll love it! Made me cry! X

Jennifer said...

Congrats on the accomplishment!
Have you read Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon??? It's a great book. Check it out if you haven't.

Corinne said...

Have you read The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons? I really enjoyed it and recommend it!

M.R. said...

THat;s amazing! I set of goal of 25 books and I'll be doing good if I make it. I have matched on my list too!

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S and O said...

Wow you totally put me and my measly 10 books or so to shame!
50 books? That's awesome!
xoxo
Olivia

Sandra said...

50 books is something no matter how light they were! I've been meaning to read the Charlaine Harris series. :)

Racing in the Rain was a great read, and I definitely recommend it. :) Read it two months ago, and since I have a pup, it was definitely a sweet one. :)

Diana Lee said...

If you're looking for old classics that you can't put down, you can't beat the books from the Sherlock Holmes series...I downloaded the complete works onto my Kindle for something like $3 (you can find them for free, but I splurged on the fancy illustrated edition).

I am also currently looking for new books...maybe I'll check out some of the ones on your list.

Nuha said...

i was about to recommend the hunger games, but you've already read them...i'm on the last one and I'm hooked! have you read pride and prejudice? definitely one of my fave books :) and for autubiographies hoda kotb's book is pretty good :)

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

That is awesome! We have read a lot of the same books too - only you have ready WAY more than me!

Katie.Daily said...

I love love love this idea!! Are you a member of goodreads.com? I love that site. I need to read 50 books...jeez this and catch up on 900 movies...haha

Katie.Daily said...

Jeez sorry for all my comments, but i loved the Art of Racing in the Rain--I still think about it from time to time!