Wednesday, September 26, 2007

But everyone else is doing it!

So, I'm totally playing follow the leader here ... and hopefully I won't live to regret it. Because, yeah, usually when I follow the leader, I'm a day late (let's not talk about how I bought a poncho after they became uncool as an adult and the horrors of buying the cool jeans in middle school only after they weren't cool anymore).
Anyway ... I have decided to participate in the Fall Into Reading Challenge. I may well in fact be the last blogger to join in this, but it's open until tonight so hopefully I'm not too late!



Now, truthfully, I might be nuts trying to fit this in. I need to do all the Christmas things, finish up the TBR challenge, work on the UFO Challenge, work part-tome in October and possibly through December, clean the house, do the laundry and teach the kids ... but hey, what's one more thing to that list?

Anyway, here are my books:
Must Love Dogs
Into the Wilderness by Kim Barnes
My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Piccult
Night by Elie Wiesel
Confession of an Ugly Stepsister by Gregory Maguire
Lucky by Alice Siebold

And I think that will be enough books to help keep my way too busy! LOL!

You too can sign up, just by going over here!

4 comments:

  1. I've read 5 of your 8 books. Night being the quickest and most touching read. I liked My Sister's Keeper as well....it invoked a lot of emotions...anger, sadness, more anger,lol. Have fun!

    I am on a Middle East kick...just finished up Kabul Beauty School, currently reading Girls of Riyadh, and waiting in the wings is Three Cups of Tea.

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  2. You;ll have to let me know how the My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Piccult is. I've been wanting to read it but keep forgetting to look for it at the library.

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  3. Read "My Sister's Keeper"...a good one! I'm curious about the others on your list...I'll be looking forward to your reviews!

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  4. I'm always a season or so behind the fashion curve, so I know what you mean. :)

    I read My Sister's Keeper last fall and really enjoyed it. Thanks for being part of Fall into Reading!

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Seeing your comments makes me smile! Thank you so much =)