Spring Reading Thing Wrap Up

Well all good things must come to an end. And the
Spring Reading Thing is now over. How'd I do? Well I read all the books (25) on my list PLUS 37 more for a grand total of 62 books in 3 months!!!!!

Here's the list of the books I read for the challenge. Here's a breakdown of the OTHER books that I read

Christian Fiction:
  1. The Hand That Bears the Sword by George Bryan Polivka
  2. The Other Daughter by Miralee Ferrell
  3. Daring Chloe by Laura Jensen Walker
  4. On the Loose by Jenny B. Jones
  5. The Forbidden by Beverly Lewis
  6. Midsummer Melody by Rebecca Kelly
  7. Symphony of Secrets by Sharon Hinck
  8. Something Old Something New by Jane Orcutt
  9. The Moon in the Mango Tree by Pamela Ewen
  10. We Have This Moment by Diann Hunt
  11. A Whisper of Freedom by Tricia Goyer
  12. All in the Timing by Melody Carlson
  13. Forsaken by James David Jordan
  14. Zora and Nicky by Claudia Mair Burney
  15. When Zeffie Got a Clue by Peggy Darty
  16. The Song Weaver by B.J. Hoff
  17. Death, Deceit and Some Smooth Jazz by Claudia Mair Burney
  18. Kill Me If You Can by Nicole Young
  19. The Oak Leaves by Maureen Lang
  20. Someday by Karen Kingsbury
  21. The Pipe Organ by Jane Orcutt
  22. Letter Perfect by Cathy Marie Hake
  23. A Lady of Secret Devotion by Tracie Peterson
  24. Saving Grace by Denise Hunter
  25. Summer Snow by Nicole Baart
  26. Lorna by Debra White Smith
  27. Paws, Prayers and Providence by Diann Hunt
  28. Finding Faith by Denise Hunter
  29. Along Came a Cowboy by Christine Lynxwiler


  1. Blonde Ambition by Zoey Dean
  2. Tall Cool One by Zoey Dean
  3. Back in Black by Zoey Dean
  4. Some Like It Hot by Zoey Dean
  5. Bratfest at Tiffany’s by Lisi Harrison
  6. Girls on Film by Zoey Dean
  7. The A-List by Zoey Dean

Chick Lit:

  1. All Eyes on Her by Poonam Sharma
  • What was the best book you read this spring? Daring Chloe was really really good. Blood Sisters was an eyeopener.
  • What book could you have done without? All goodies this time around, although The Wedding Machine did take me a while to get into.
  • Did you try out a new author this spring? If so, which one, and will you be reading that author again? Yep, finally gave in and started The A-List series and found it's not too bad.
  • If there were books you didn't finish, tell us why. Did you run out of time? Realize those books weren't worth it? I finished all my books this time around.
  • Did you come across a book or two on other participants' lists that you're planning to add to your own to-be-read pile? Which ones? Enjoyed seeing all the other Christian fiction books on other TBR lists. Makes me want to go back and reread them again.
  • What did you learn -- about anything -- through this challenge? Maybe you learned something about yourself or your reading style, maybe you learned not to pick so many nonfiction books for a challenge, maybe you learned something from a book you read. Whatever it is, share! I had a short original list to begin with. My goal was to read at least one more than the 53 from the fall challenge. I had no idea I had read so many this go round!
  • What was the best part of the Spring Reading Challenge? I read all my library books that I had kept putting off. So I got them all done with no fines to pay!
  • Would you be interested in participating in another reading challenge this all? Definitely. Although with school and wedding plans, I'll prally have a really small list next time!
  • Any other thoughts, impressions, or comments. Thanks for hosting this Katrina!!!! Can't wait til fall!


  1. Oh my goodness...62 books?!? I can't even hope to compete with you. :) I thought that getting through 15 was good. Glad you enjoyed all your books!

  2. Wow! 62 is an impressive number of books! I wish I had the time, I'd be right there with you. As it is I'm already giving up much-needed sleep just because I HAVE to read--it's vital to life:) I'll definitely have to bookmark you for great book tips!

  3. Good job finishing all the books on your list! You are a reading machine! I can't believe (well I can but you get what I mean) that you read 62 books in 3 months! That is crazy!

  4. 62!! Oh wow, I think it is safe to say you are a true reader!!! :) I enjoyed the fact that the challenge spurred me on to get around to actually finishing the numerous books I had started.

  5. Great job on the challenge. A couple of books on your list I have been interested in and will add them to my TBR list.

  6. Girl, you're awesome! Way to go!


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