Sunday, September 25, 2011

Fall Into Reading 2011

So Kristen over at The Book Monsters mentioned Fall Into Reading 2011 today and I had to check it out. I love book challenges! This specific one is hosted by Callipidder Days and runs from Sept 23 to Dec 21. All you need to do is make a list of books you want to read this fall, link up and get to reading :) Not to mention, there will be prizes and giveaways throughout this time!

So here is my list of books:
  1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#1) ~ Finished 10 Nov
  2. Strawberry Shortcake Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#2) ~ Finished 4 Dec
  3. Blueberry Muffin Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#3) ~ Finished 9 Dec
  4. Lemon Meringue Pie Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#4)
  5. Fudge Cupcake Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#5)
  6. Sugar Cookie Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#6)
  7. Peach Cobbler Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#7)
  8. Cherry Cheesecake Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#8)
  9. Key Lime Pie Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#9)
  10. Carrot Cake Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#10)
  11. Cream Puff Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#11)
  12. Plum Pudding Murder ~ Joanne Fluke (#12)
  13. Candy Cake Murder ~ Joanne Fluke
  14. 13 to Life ~ Shannon Delany (#1)
  15. As I Wake ~ Elizabeth Scott
  16. The Awakening ~ L.J. Smith (#1)
  17. Bossypants ~ Tina Fey ~ Finished 18 Nov
  18. The Help ~ Kathryn Stockett
  19. The Host ~ Stephenie Meyer
  20. Lost in Shangri-La ~ Michael Zuckoff
I don't really have a particular order for these, but I do like to read series at a time. I don't really like skipping in between series. :) I started the Hannah Swenson series a few days ago so that's "first" on my list...and they include RECIPES in the books *swoon*

Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke

I've been in a very non-reading mood lately :( But so far, it is a great book! And it is set in Minnesota - w00t.


julie in memphis said...

Seriously? You're making me hungry! (LOL) I don't read too many murder mysteries but I may just have to check out those Joanne Fluke books. (You had me at "recipes.") And I assume they have nothing to do with the toys I played with as a child, but it just gave me a happy little flashback to see "Strawberry Shortcake," "Blueberry Muffin," and "Lemon Meringue." :D

Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

I have read all those Joanne Fluke books (and yes, have tested out a fair number of the recipes!). I also loved The Host and The Help -- great picks! So glad you found FIR '11 and decided to join in. Enjoy your fall reading!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I love your list... I should really check out that fall challenge...