Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Books I Read in 2008

Here’s a list of all the books I read I 2008. I’m a bit of a slow reader, only finding time to read a few chapters at bedtime (or more if I’m unable to fall asleep at night). As you’ll see, my reading tastes are a bit eclectic, ranging from historical fiction, fan fiction, LDS fiction, and non-fiction on multiple subjects. I keep a running tally of the books I read in the left column of this page, just below my Shelfari shelf, if you’d like to keep track as I read along this year.

Books I read in 2008:

New Moon,
by Stephenie Meyer (fiction)
Eclipse, by Stephenie Meyer (fiction)
The Lodger,
by Liz Adair (fiction)
Ghost of a Chance,
by Kerry Blair (fiction)
The Lights of Mahonri Moriancumer,
by Phyllis Gunderson (fiction)
The Great and the Terrible: The Brothers,
by Chris Stewart (fiction)
The Great and the Terrible: Where Angels Fall,
by Chris Stewart (fiction)
Walk with Peril: A Novel of Henry V and Agincourt,
by D.V.S. Jackson (fiction)
Mormon Scientist: the Life and Faith of Henry Eyring,
by Henry J. Eyring (non-fiction)
The Boleyn Inheritance,
by Philippa Gregory (fiction)
The Power of Your Patriarchal Blessing
, by Gayla Wise (non-fiction)
The Arthurian Omen,
by G.G. Vandagriff (fiction)
Dante's Daughter,
by Kimberley Heuston (fiction)
The Great and the Terrible: The Second Sun,
by Chris Stewart (fiction)
Room for Two,
by Abel Keogh (non-fiction)
The Great and the Terrible: Fury & Light,
by Chris Stewart (fiction)
Caught in the Headlights: 10 Lessons Learned the Hard Way,
by Barry K. Phillips (non-fiction)
The Great and the Terrible: From the End of Heaven, by Chris Stewart (fiction)
Angel Falling Softly,
by Eugene Woodbury (fiction)
Plug Your Book: Online Book Marketing for Authors, by Steve Weber (non-fiction)
Mr. Monk in Outer Space, by Lee Goldberg (fiction)
Elusive Harmony,
by Mary Burchell (fiction)
Masquerade with Music,
by Mary Burchell (fiction)
The Sudbury School Murders, by Ashley Gardner (fiction)
Breaking Dawn, by Stephenie Meyer (fiction)
The Knight in Rusty Armor,
by Robert Fisher (fiction)
The Hanover Square Affair,
by Ashley Gardner (fiction)
The Big Sort:Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America is Tearing Us Apart
by Bill Bishop (non-fiction)
The Serpent Garden,
by Judith Merkle Riley (fiction)
by Jaimey Grant (fiction)

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