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It's been an interesting year so far. I've lost both my Moms. My mother died in January after a long decline. Soon after, my Mother-in-Law went in for bypass surgery. While her heart healed, other issues zapped her strength and she died April 22.

I may have challenge update posts but I don't know when I'll be posting regularly or when I'll get to visit everyone who is working on the challenges I'm hosting.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

20 Books in 2009


I'll be reading 81 for another challenge - this should be a piece of cake.



Blog is here, rules are here. I'm NOT going to include books that I'm re-reading.


1. Married in Seattle
by Debbie Macomber
finished Jan. 2

2. The Spy Who Came for Christmas
by David Morrell
finished Jan. 4

3. Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World
by Vicki Myron with Bret Witter
finished Jan. 9


4. Dashing Through the Snow
by Mary Higgins Clark & Carol Higgins Clark
finished Jan. 13


5. The Warrior Heir
by Cinda Williams Chima
finished Jan 15

6. The Wizard Heir
by Cinda Williams Chima
finished Jan 20

7. People of the Book
by Geraldine Brooks
finished Jan 20

8. and Tango makes Three
by Peter Parnell & Justin Richardson
Children's picture book
finished Jan 22

9. Eye Contact
by Cammie McGovern
finished Jan 23

10. The Perks of being a Wallflower
by Stephen Chbosky
finished Jan 25

11. Endymion Spring
by Matthew Skelton
finished Jan 26

12. Familiar Vows
by Caroline Burnes
finished Jan 27

13. The Different Dragon
by Jennifer Bryan
Children's picture book
finished Jan ??

14. The Summer of Cotton Candy
by Debbie Viguie
finished Feb 11

15. Mistaken Identity
by Don & Susie Van Ryn
Newell, Colleen & Whitney Cerek
with Matt Tabb
finished Feb 12

16. Bookends
by Jane Green
finished Feb 17

17. The Friday Night Knitting Club
by Kate Jacobs
Finished Feb 27

18. A Single Thread
by Marie Bostwick
finished Mar. 3

19. Counting Stars
by Michele Paige Holmes
finished Mar 5

20. Killed by Clutter
by Leslie Caine
finished Mar 20






Challenge Rules


* You must have a website since you have to keep an online progress page. You can get free ones from wordpress.com or blogspot.com if you need to.
done

* You must create a progress page, which will be updated each time you complete one of your 20 books. For more information about progress pages and an example of how you can do them, click here. If you do not have a progress page and would like to post your books as regular blog updates one at a time as you finish, please create a tag or category specific to the challenge that I can look at.
done

* You can read as many books as you want by an author or in the same series.
n/a

* If the book is a re-read, it must be from a year ago.
didn't include re-reads

* If you begin the book in 2008 and finish it in 2009, it does count for this challenge.
nope, all were started in 2009

* The following do not count: comics, catalogs, manga, journals, audiobooks.
oops, children's books? I may need to change out some titles

* The following does count: paperbacks, hardbacks, advanced copies, ebooks. You can read fiction or nonfiction, the choice is up to you.
yea, ebooks!

* You must link back to this challenge with the button provided or one that you make for your own personal use, or even a text link.
done

* If you intend to participate, leave a comment on the main entry stating so. You will then be added to the participants list.
another oops, comment left late!

* Everyone who successfully completes the 20 in 2009 challenge will win a small award graphic to display on their website
Woo Hoo

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