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  • What will 2012 bring

    Posted by Weepunter, 2 years ago

    Last year I read a lot of books, not sure how many this year will bring. I am planning on re-reading a lot of my favourites as I am going through a bit of a reading funk right now.

    No matter what, it will be a good reading year!

    1.) Magic Gifts: Iona Andrews – Jan 3
    2.) The Golden Sayings Of Epictetus: Epictetus – Jan 4
    3.) Dangerous to Know: Tasha Alexander – Jan 5
    4.) A Study in Scarlet: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Jan 6
    5.) The Sign of Four: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Jan 11
    6.) Never Love a Highlander: Maya Banks – Jan 16
    7.) The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Jan 17
    8.) Werewolf in the North Woods: Vick Lewis Thompson – Jan 18
    9.) The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf: Molly Harper – Jan 21
    10.) It Takes a Witch: Heather Blake – Jan 22
    11.) Crops and Robbers: Paige Shelton – Jan 23
    12.) A Cookie Before Dying – Jan 23
    13.) Killer Crullers: Jessica Beck – Jan 24
    14.) The Jefferson Key: Steve Berry - Jan 25
    15.) Crocodile on the Sandbank: Elizabeth Peters – Jan 26
    16.) Sweet Revenge: Andrea Penrose – Jan 26
    17.) S*it My Dad Says: Justin Halpern – Jan 27
    18.) Key of Light: Nora Roberts – Jan 28
    19.) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Feb 2
    20.) The Iron Knight: Julie Kagawa – Feb 8
    21.) The Hound of the Baskervilles: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Feb 10
    22.) Delicious and Suspicious: Riley Adams – Feb 13
    23.) Harry Potter: The Prequel – J.K. Rowling – Feb 13
    24.) Feel the Fear, and do it Anyway” Susan Jeffers – Feb 14
    25.) From Average to Awesome: Jim Smith Jr. – Feb 15
    26.) The Return of Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Feb 16
    27.) The Valley of Fear: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Feb 17
    28.) His Last Bow: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – Feb 18
    29.) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: J.K. Rowling – Feb 20
    30.) Nice Girls Don’t Sign a Lease Without a Wedding Ring: Molly Harper – Feb 23
    31.) The House: Karen Chance – Feb 23
    32.) The Mystery of the Yellow Room: Gaston Leroux – Mar 5
    33.) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: J.K. Rowling – Mar 15
    34.) The Secret of the Night: Gaston Leroux – Mar 20
    35.) The Complete Brothers Grim Fairy Tales: Grimm – Mar 21
    36.) An Ideal Husband: Oscar Wilde – Mar 22
    37.) Origin of the Species: Charles Darwin – Mar 23
    38.) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: J.K. Rowling – Apr 9
    39.) Good in a Room: Stephanie Palmer – Apr 10
    40.) The Prisoner’s Wide: Gerard MacDonald – Apr 23
    41.) Am I The Only Sane One Working Here?: Albert J. Berstein – Apr 25
    42.) Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbours: Molly Harper – May 2
    43.) Timeless: Gail Carriger – May 4
    44.) Frankenstein: Dean Koontz – May 15
    45.) The Picture of Dorian Grey: Oscar Wilde – May 17
    46.) An Iron Fey Valentine: Julie Kagawa – May 17
    47.) Fire Engine Dead: Shelia Connolly – May 18
    48.) Due or Die: Jenn McKinley – May 22
    49.) The Mysterious Affair at Styles: Agatha Christie – May 23
    50.) Drop Dead Chocolate: Jessica Beck – June 5
    51.) The Secret Adversary: Agatha Christie – June 6
    52.) 50% off Murder: Josie Belle – June 10
    53.) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: J.K. Rowling – June 11
    54.) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: J.K. Rowling – June 15
    55.) Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: J.K. Rowling – June 23
    56.) A Deadly Grind: Victoria Hamilton – July 5
    57.) The Nonverbal Advantage: Carol Kinsey Goman – July 6
    58.) Brian Rules: John Medina – July 11
    59.) A Slaying in Savannah: Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain – July 15
    60.) Red Velvet Revenge: Jenn McKinley – July 24
    61.) Treasure Island: Robert Luis Stevenson – July 27
    62.) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Mark Twain – July 28
    63.) The Prince: Nicolo Machiavelli – July 29

Comments on this post:
  • 2 years ago

    Aha we are starting the year the exact same way... I just finished Magic Graves & started Magic Gifts & then on to Fate's Edge it is sort of of an Ilona Andrews kinda thing! LOL!!!

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  • 2 years ago

    I was just thinking that when I read mine! Can't wait for Gunmetal Magic in the summer. Way too long between books!

    I am now reading Sherlock Holmes. I found it for free ont the web and I am really quite liking it! I felt that I should read more "classics" this year too.

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