Books!

I love books. I love to read and share with other what I’ve read and like. I also like to know what others are reading and what they are enjoying. Feel free to let me know.  Please join me on Goodreads.

2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Jenn has
read 1 book toward her goal of 30 books.
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Written in 2008: Below are links to books I’ve read. This list is incomplete. Last year, as a high school English teacher, I felt I need to document my reading, but sometimes my time got away and I would forget to write about a book before moving on. They are categorized by fiction/non-fiction and then in the order I read them, last one read on top. In the links you will find a brief description, usually from a website or book cover and then my thoughts on the book.

** Last updated: January 20, 2010 **

Non-Fiction:
Dispatches from the Edge by Anderson Cooper
Monster by Sanyika Shakur
Shadow Divers by Robert Kurson
Burned Alive by Souad

Fiction:
The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran (Dec 2009)
Intensity by Dean Koontz
The Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards

The Colorado Kid by Stephen King
The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niggenegger
TTYL by Lauren Myracle
Are You Afraid of the Dark? by Sidney Sheldon
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (03.03.08)

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5 thoughts on “Books!

  1. I was checking out books you enjoy. Do you read Christian authors. I wanted to recommend Randy Singer who writes fiction thrillers. He is awesome.
    Have a Merry Christmas. I am reading different blogs this evening.

    Shanna

  2. I was checking out your books you have read. I was wondering if you read any fiction books by Christian authors. I wanted to recommend Randy Singer. He writes amazing fiction thriller books.

    Merry Christmas,
    Shanna

  3. Hey, if you read any Christian fiction, I highly recommend books by the author Ted Dekker. I really like them! Of course, I like a lot of Christian authors, but I’ve been on a Ted Dekker kick for a while!

  4. I used to read a lot of Christian fiction, but when I realized that I was going to be a teacher and needed to be able to recommend books to students, I realized I needed to read outside my box a bit. Therefore, when I do read fiction, I tend to read things I can share with students. I prefer to read non-fiction books and students don’t always like that sort stuff. I almost have to force myself to read anything else.

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