Playing Catch-Up 2009

Before and during my MIA stint, I’ve been reading…instead of blogging. I’ve got one word to sum up my feelings about this: Crap. A sinking crappy feeling. My poor neglected blog. My abysmal readership. My stats! My plummeting, nose-diving stats!

Below, you’ll find the list of books I’ve read thus far. How many have I blogged about? Zero. Resolution: Blog about all of them in wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am format.

Look forward to my Hit and Run Review.

Books Read 2009

Jan 2009

1. The Ghost Writer—John Harewood

2. The Little Prince—Antoine De Saint-Exuprey

3. Fingersmith—Sarah Waters

4. No Plot? No Problem!—Chris Baty

5. Stein on Writing—Sol Stein

6. 20 Master Plots—Ronald Tobias

7. Housekeeping vs. the Dirt—Nick Hornby

Feb 2009

1. Here on Earth—Alice Hoffman

2. Silk—Alessandro Barcio

3. How I Write—Janet Evanovich

4. Nefertiti—Michelle Moran

5. Aquamarine—Alice Hoffman

6. Indigo—Alice Hoffman

March 2009

1. Garden Spells—Sarah Addison Allen

2. Incantation—Alice Hoffman

3. Holidays on Ice (Santaland Diaries)—David Sedaris

4. The Heretic Queen—Michelle Moran

5. The Sugar Queen—Sarah Addison Allen

6. Tipping the Velvet—Sarah Waters

7. The Hunger Games—Suzanne Collins

April 2009

1. Graceling—Kristin Cashore

2. Paper Towns—John Green

3. What I Saw and How I Lied—Judy Bundell

4. Danse Macabre—Stephen King

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2 thoughts on “Playing Catch-Up 2009”

  1. Dude, I took ONE DAY off of blogging and my stats halved themselves. I mean, maybe I shouldn’t have been all, I won’t be here on Friday so don’t bother stopping by! That might have given the game away.

    Anyway, good luck getting back into things, or staying out of things, or whatever. Blogging is a slippery fish.

  2. Those are some fantastic books so I think you had a good reason. Can’t wait for your reviews!

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