I’m reading my last book and I’m almost halfway through it. I’ll keep at it because I’d like to finish this goal. 18 months ago
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4. finished How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell
5. starting Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan 18 months ago
3. Danielle Steel – No Greater Love—it was surprisingly excellent!
So, I started my 4th book: How to Train Your Dragon
Fun, and I think it’ll be a quick read! 18 months ago
2. Tony DiTerlizzi & Holly Black (co-authors): Spiderwick Chronicles book 1
Started my third book today, and I’m still trying to get into it. After all, I’m only 13 pages in. 18 months ago
1. Stephanie Meyer’s: Twilight
Currently reading, and almost finished with the first book in the Spiderwick Chronicles. It’s a VERY fast read, so I’ll finish that at lunch and likely start my third book (No Greater Love by Danielle Steel). I’m skeptical about her for some reason, but she’s written so many bestsellers and I have 5 of her books that were given to me, so I thought I’d give her a chance. If I hate this book, I’ll get rid of the rest of hers and donate them to the library and free up some precious shelf space! 18 months ago
For whatever reason, I didn’t feel like doing the classic novels right now, so I’m reading from authors I’ve never read from before.
Currently (I think I’m the last one on the planet to do so), I’m reading Twilight (and loving it, I must say).
I’m thinking I’ll read (in no particular): How to Train Your Dragon, Percy Jackson, a Danielle Steele book, and Eragon. I know, one of these things is not like the others… :) 19 months ago
Even though I majored in English and love to read, there are some MAJOR classics that I’ve never read OR that I read long ago, but didn’t pay attention to (not REALLY reading after all- just forcing myself to get through it without getting anything from it). I’m ready to admit these, and finally read them!
I’ll list 5 later- still trying to decide which 5 to go with. 22 months ago