Friday, April 6, 2007
Spring Reading Thing 2007
In case you haven't noticed, I subscribe and read to several blogs. Brandilyn Collins is a wonderful author whose blog is one that I subscribe to and read on an almost daily basis. In today's posting, she mentioned another author's site (Katrina) and that Katrina had started a Spring Reading Club called the Spring Reading Thing 2007.
First of all, while I love to read, I've always been a little hesitant to join a "reading club." (What if I can't keep up, what if I don't finish all my books, etc.) However, I am excited about the fact that Katrina was going to give some books away during the Spring Reading Thing. Then, a publishing house got wind of her Spring Reading Club, and they have decided to donate books to give away as well. So what does Brandilyn Collins have to do with all this, you ask? She was urging those other authors that are interested in getting some of their books out there to readers to contact Katrina to give them away during the Spring Reading Thing! How fun is that?! Free books, all while trying to get some reading done that I've been "saving!" While this journey officially started March 21 and goes through June 21, I will only list the books that I am starting today onward...
So, here my dear readers, is my "official list" for the Spring Reading Thing:
The Nanny Diaries by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus-DONE!
The Crystal Cavern by Hannah Alexander-DONE!
Freefall by Kristen Heitzmann-DONE!
Enemy Mine by Kay Hooper-DONE!
Wicked by Shannon Drake-DONE!
Missing Abby by Lee Weatherly-DONE!
Pretense by Lori Wick-DONE!
Bamboo and Lace by Lori Wick-DONE!
Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot -DONE!
Welcome to Wahoo by Dennis and Elise Carr -DONE!
If the Shoe Fits by Marilynn Griffith-DONE!
Less Than Frank by Lynn Bulock-DONE!
The Sisterhood of the Queen Mamas by Annie Jones-DONE!
@Home for the Holidays By Meredith Efken-DONE!
SAHM I Am by Meredith Efken-DONE!
Married to the Mob by Ginny Aiken-DONE!
Who knows..I probably will not be able to finish them all..especially with work, but I am willing to give it a try. I'll keep you posted on how it goes. Let me know if you decide to join and what you're reading this Spring!