Sunday, January 3, 2010

2010 100 Book Challenge

Again, I have as my goal to read at least 100 books in 2010.

January
1. U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton
2. Made in Brooklyn by Jared Flood
3. St. Albans Fire by Archer Mayor
4. Arctic Lace: Knitting Projects and Stories Inspired by Alaska's Native Knitters by Donna Druchunas
5. Classic Quilts from the American Museum by Kate Hebert
6. Occam's Razor by Archer Mayor
7. Dare to Die by Carolyn Hart
8. Things I Learned from Knitting --Whether I Wanted To or Not by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
9. Call the Devil by his Oldest Name by Sallie Bissell
10. The Good Son by Russel D. McLean
11. In the Forest of Harm by Sallie Bissell
12. The Catch by Archer Mayor
13. The Red Door by Charles Todd
14. The Lock Artist by Steve Hamilton
15. The First Rule by Robert Crais
16. Goat Song: A Seasonal Life, a Short History of Herding, and the Art of Making Cheese by Brad Kessler
17. A Whisper to the Living by Stuart M. Kaminsky
18. The Paths of the Air by Alys Clare
19. The Girl in a Red Tunic by Alys Clare

February
20. Mostly Mittens : Ethnic Knitting Designs from Russia by Charlene Schurch
21. Doors Open by Ian Rankin
22. Fortune Like the Moon by Alys Clare
23. 99 Yarns and Counting: More Designs from the Green Mountain Spinnery by The Green Mountain Spinnery Cooperative
24. The Case for Books: Past, Present, and Future by Robert Darnton
25. Vintage Quilts: Identifying, Collecting, Dating, Preserving & Valuing by Bobbie Aug, Sharon Newman & Gerald Roy
26. The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters
27. Knitted Lace of Estonia : Techniques, Patterns, and Traditions by Nancy Bush
28. War Dances by Sherman Alexie

March
29. Ashes of the Elements by Alys Clare
30. Out of the Dawn Light by Alys Clare
31. Mother's Best: Comfort Food that Takes You Home Again by Lisa Schroeder
32. The Lake of Dead Languages by Carol Goodman
33. The Sonnet Lover by Carol Goodman (audio-book)
34. The History of Hand Knitting by Richard Rutt
35. A Rumpole Christmas by John Mortimer
36. Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
37. Great Poets of World War I : Poetry from the Great War by Jon Stallworthy
38. Raven Black by Ann Cleeves
39. The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel by Diane Setterfield
40. Listening Below the Noise: A Meditation on the Practice of Silence by Anne D. LeClaire
41. Death of a Valentine by M.C. Beaton

April
42. The Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear
43. Ontario's Heritage Quilts by Marilyn I. Walker
44. The New England Quilt Museum quilts: Featuring the Story of the Mill Girls by Jennifer Gilbert
45. Quilts, 1700-2010: Hidden Histories, Untold Stories edited by Sue Prichard
46. Wheel of Fate by Kate Sedley
47. Liberated Quiltmaking by Gwen Marston
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3 comments:

EmmieJDriskell said...
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Aprilskiver said...

The anonymous comments here are strange. I hope you reach your goal, Monique! That's about two books a week, so if you read ahead now, you'll probably be in good shape. Isn't it great to be graduated and to have so much free reading time?

Monique said...

I love having so much time for reading! It's a wonderful luxury and I really missed it when I was in library school.