Titles with a red slash through it means I didn’t get to it before Halloween. After that I changed titles to include those with a Christmas flare:)
While I failed at NaNoWriMo due do kitchen revitalization and then Christmas chaos, I did succeed in reading a ton of books. So that’s soemthing. I may have to change this to a reading blog. Just kidding. I will get around to writing…eventually.
Search for the Dead by Sheila Connolly Pumpkin Killer by Stacey Alabaster O’ Happy Dagger by Monica Knightly Off the Leash by D.D. Van Dyke Kissing the Werewolf by Kendra AsheBetter than expected. More sex and language than a traditional cozy
Yesterday’s Thief by Al Macy Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter by SethGrahme -SmithI enjoyed this more than expeced. Goes well with the movie. Pumpkins in Paradise by Kathi Daley Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster Candy Corn Murders by Laslie MeierI enjoyed this read but found it a little heavy handed at times
The Elfstones of Shannara by Terry Brooks Fairy Eyeglasses by Emily Martha Sorensen Familiar Trouble by Carolyn Haines Ghostly Interests by Lily Harper Hart In for a Pennyby ? Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase Darkness Echoes by L.A. Starkey False Identity by Jennifer Youngblood Spelled by Betsy SchowFunny read. Wonderful YA fairytale retelling of the Wizard of Oz. First in the trilogy.
Nightmares by Jason Segel & Kirsten MillerI enjoyed it but I think I’m a little old for it.
Other books read:
- ‘Tis the Witching Time by Monica Knightley
- Haunted Mobile by Elizabeth Parker
- Nun Too Soon by Alice Loweecey
- Hook, Line, & Blinker by Jana Deleon
- Murder at the Book Fair by Steve Demaree
- Bones on the Bayou by Carolyn Haines
- Ino’s Love by Marianne Sciucco
- Zero Trouble by John Lange
- You Say Tomato, I Say Tomato, She Says Murder by Duncan Whitehead- I really enjoyed this. So much so that I need to find other books he has written.
- The Faerie Key by Denise D. Young
- A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg- I love Fannie and have been looking for a copy of this book. Finally found one at the library. Sweet story.
- A Christmas Story by Jean Shepherd- Yes, that movie but the story. Or rather a series of short stories the movie is based on.
- Dashing Through the Snow by Mary Higgins Clark
- Gingerbread at Moonglow by Deborah Garner
- The Christmas Chronicles by Tim Slover
- All Through the Night by Mary Higgins Clark
- Santa Cruise by Mary Higgins Clark (not my favorite)
- A (Gingerbread) diorama of Death by Gin Jones- Surprisingly good and will read more.
I told you I read a lot! Since Sept. 22 I read 31 books! If I counted properly which can’t be trusted at the moment. I’ve had a lot of caffeine.