Spring Reading Challenge

Well it's that time of the year again! Katrina at Callapidder Days is issuing out the command to get our reading lists out and done!

"I can't wait to see what everyone will be reading this spring. Whether you're reading for fun, for inspiration, for learning, or just to force yourself to finish up those half-read books, I hope you enjoy every page!"

So without further adieu is here is my list for the challenge! (I will be having reviews for most of the books up on my blog once I am finished with the book, so this is a preview of what is to come for the next few months). Note: These are all my library books, which means these MUST be read by the end of the challenge or face the wrath of fines! I haven't listed books I own because I don't know if I'll get around to them, but they might pop up at the end of the challenge on my list.

  1. Miss Invisible by Laura Jensen Walker
  2. The Perfect Match by Susan May Warren
  3. Scenes from a Holiday by Laurie Graff, Carrie Lissner, and Melanie Murray
  4. Slightly Single by Wendy Markham
  5. See Jane Date by Melissa Senate
  6. A Time to Love by Al and Joanna Lacy
  7. The Tender Flame by Al and Joanna Lacy
  8. On Assignment by Marilyn Kok
  9. Memories by Peggy Darty
  10. Moonglow by Peggy Darty
  11. Landon Snow and the Shadows of Malus Quidam by R.K. Mortenson
  12. Promises by Peggy Darty
  13. A Dime a Dozen by Mindy Starns Clark
  14. A Quarter for a Kiss by Mindy Starns Clark
  15. In All Deep Places by Susan Meissner
  16. A Window to the World by Susan Meissner
  17. Blessed are the Merciful by Al and Joanna Lacy
  18. Good Times, Bad Boys by Melanie Murray
  19. Where Mercy Flows by Karen Harter
  20. Tangled Web by Shirley Brinkerhoff
  21. The Buck Stops Here by Mindy Starns Clark
  22. Earthly Vows by Patricia Hickman
  23. Without a Trace by Colleen Coble
  24. Mean Season by Heather Cochran
  25. What I Really Want to Do Is Direct by Yvonne Collins and Sandy Rideout
  26. The Funeral Planner by Lynn Isenberg
  27. Let’s Meet on Platform 8 by Carole Matthews
  28. Second Choices by Shirley Brinkerhoff
  29. Confessions of an Ex-Girlfriend by Lynda Curnyn
  30. It’s Not Easy Being Mean by Lisi Harrison
  31. Denim Blue by Melody Carlson
  1. Strapless by Leigh Riker (This book was nothing more than a trashy romance novel disguised as chick lit. I only read five chapters and then gave up.)
It's an eclectic mix to be sure, I've got mystery, historical, romance, teen fiction, fantasy, chick lit. Lots of variety to choose from. 32 books..I better get started! Can I finish by June 21st? Check between now and then to find out!


  1. I like your blog very much
    keep it up!

  2. Wow, what a list! And yes, great variety. Thanks for joining the Spring Reading Thing. Enjoy all that reading!

  3. Hey Deb-you got a copy of Perfecting Kate from TitleTrakk :) Woo hoo - happy reading!

  4. The Mindy Starns Clark books are great! I really enjoyed that series when I read them. Have fun!

  5. Ahh! A great list. I think I will copy it and use it myself. Thanks for saving me the trouble!

  6. Guess I'm too late to join this challenge uhn?

    I really wanted to post on your March 27th post about Last Light. There isn't a post link. Anyway, my book club will be reading this book soon and I can't wait.

  7. Wow--that's a lot of library books!

    My daughter just read Landon Snow. I'll be interested to see what you think of it.

  8. I didn't realize we could pick more the n 5 books. I might add more to mine! You have a lot of interesting books there! I might have to check some of them out....



  9. Anonymous4:52 AM

    Wow you have a great list! I'm soo looking forward to all of your reviews, especially See Jane Date. I need to add that to my Fall reading list. Good luck with all of them and Happy Reading! =)

  10. Deb. It's Not Easy Being Mean is a YA general fiction book isn't it? Hope you post your review on your blog.

  11. Deb - great stuff and good to see you moving through them! I'm too scared to list my TBR - way too intimidating - LOL!

  12. Hey Deb - me again! Trish Perry posted a note to you on my blog! Check it out, my friend :)

  13. I finally joined the challenge. I know I'm late. ;)

  14. Anonymous1:02 AM

    Great book variety! Enjoyed the list...thanks.

    BlueRectangle Books

  15. RYC: I have seen the preview for BECOMING JANE. I'm intrigued by it...think Anne Hathaway is an interesting choice to play Jane. Not sure how I'll like it...but like I said, I'm intrigued.

    Maybe I should do this Spring Reading Challenge...I need something to give me the proverbial kick in the pants to get on track with my reading.


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  18. Ooops. I've got to get crackin' with this challenge.

    Jen has it right: so many books, so little time.

  19. You clever girl - you put me to shame :):):)


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