Monday, January 23, 2012

Recap 2011

Well... I think we can safely say that I failed my goal of reading and blogging about 52 books in 2011. It was close, but... not quite close enough. There were 17 books I read but didn't blog about, which left me lacking 6 books to reach the reading goal. I'm still proud of the results, but admittedly I'm disappointed I didn't make the goal!! Better luck next time...

So, just to give a recap of the 46 books I did read (and yes, I counted the Sherlock Holmes series as 5 books), here they are in the order I checked them off in my notebook, which is definitely not necessarily the order I read them in (not including author's names - sorry!) :

  1. Fly Away Home
  2. Eye of the Beholder
  3. The Suicide Club
  4. 1984
  5. Dancing with Butterflies
  6. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
  7. Eclipse
  8. I Am Number Four
  9. The Reader
  10. The Mysterious Benedict Society
  11. The Penny Tree
  12. The Monk Downstairs
  13. Jinxed (lol #13? funny stuff...)
  14. Confessions of a Shopaholic
  15. Shopaholic Takes Manhattan
  16. Shopaholic Ties the Knot
  17. Too Small to Ignore
  18. The Prince Next Door
  19. The Hangman
  20. A Body to Die For
  21. Elvis Takes a Back Seat
  22. The Film Club
  23. Rapid Descent
  24. Jessica Z
  25. Two Years, No Rain
  26. To Save a Life
  27. Then Again
  28. Over Her Dead Body
  29. My Wicked Vampire
  30. Sherlock Holmes
  31. "
  32. "
  33. "
  34. "
  35. Smart Girls Think Twice
  36. Robinson Crusoe
  37. Eat, Pray, Love
  38. The Help
  39. A Vintage Affair
  40. If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home Now
  41. Breaking Dawn
  42. The Moneypenny Diaries
  43. The Undomestic Goddess
  44. Can You Keep A Secret?
  45. The Power of Six
  46. The Hunger Games

Anyway, so I'm going to try again this year (2012) to read 52 books! I won't make blogging part of the goal, because it's a lot of work, but I will still try to at least mention the books I've read and maybe 1 or 2 lines about  them. :) Happy reading!

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