2012 Reading Challenge

Since I plan to do more writing this year, so I won't increase the number of books I'll be reading and will challenge myself to read only slightly more books than last year and will challenge myself to read 50 books over the course of 2012. 

Go see my update note at the bottom of this page.....

2012 Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge

35/50 - 70%
  1. Love You More by Lisa Gardner
  2. The Surrogate, the Sudarium Trilogy - Book One by Leonard Foglia and David Richards
  3. Ghost Music by Graham Masterton
  4. Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles) by Jeffrey Archer
  5. Stone Heart by Luanne Rice
  6. The Kingdom (The Graveyard Queen Series) by Amanda Stevens
  7. Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchy
  8. Getting Lucky by D.C. Brod
  9. Labyrinth by Alex Archer
  10. The Prophet (The Graveyard Queen) by Amanda Stevens
  11. Poison Flower: A Jane Whitefield Novel by Thomas Perry
  12. Once Upon a Time, There Was You by Elizabeth Berg
  13. Patient One by Leonard Goldberg
  14. City of Whispers (Sharon Mccone Mysteries)by Marcia Muller
  15. Dark Lake: An Allie Armington Mystery (Allie Armington Mysteries)by Louise Gaylord
  16. Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan
  17. Twice: A Novelby Lisa Unger
  18. Mystery: An Alex Delaware Novelby Jonathan Kellerman
  19. The Innocentby David Baldacci
  20. Beneath the Shadowsby Sara Foster
  21. Derailed - Memoirs of a Botched Hysterectomy: A Story of Undiagnosed Endometriosisby Jaimi Taylor
  22. Dark Souls by Paula Morris 
  23. The Fallen by Dale Bailey
  24. Little Night by Luanne Rice
  25. Valley of Ashes by Cornelia Read
  26. The Sins of the Father by Jeffrey Archer
  27. Two Little Girls In Blue by Mary Higgins Clark
  28. From Inquiry to Academic Writing: A Practical Guide by Stuart Greene
  29. The Priest's Graveyard by Ted Dekker
  30. The Unseen by Heather Graham
  31. The Uninvited by Heather Graham
  32. Unhallowed Ground by Daniel Mills
  33. Weekend Knitting: 50 Unique Projects and Ideas by Melanie Falick
  34. Daughter of Jerusalem: a novel by Joan Wolf
  35. The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister

Update: As soon as I started working for a literary agent and was sidelined by a family member spending a lot of time at the end of the year in the hospital, I knew I wouldn't make the 50 book challenge. Not that not making it to 50 books broke my heart... I had too many other important things going on. Go see my 2013 challenge page to see what my next goal will be.