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Misfit's reads 2011

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Misfit's reads 2011

Post by Misfit » Sun January 30th, 2011, 11:48 pm

I think I'm done with January so here goes.

Revolution Jennifer Donnelly
The Harlot's Daughter Blyth Gifford
The Fires of July Sharon Salvato
A Rage Against Heaven Fred Mustard Stewart
By Royal Decree Kate Emerson
Napa Kate Damon
The African Queen CS Forester
The Bridge of a Hundred Dragons Emma Drummond
Southern Cross Terry Coleman
Our Lives, Our Fortunes Janice Young Brooks
The Sisters from Hardscrabble Bay Beverly Jensen
The Tudor Secret CW Gortner
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Post by Susan » Mon January 31st, 2011, 12:15 am

[quote=""Misfit""]The African Queen CS Forester[/quote]I never realized that CS Forester wrote The African Queen. In fact, I never realized it was a novel...just thought it was that great film with Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn!
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Post by Misfit » Mon January 31st, 2011, 12:34 am

[quote=""Susan""]I never realized that CS Forester wrote The African Queen. In fact, I never realized it was a novel...just thought it was that great film with Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn![/quote]

Stick with the movie. Trust me. The only good thing to say about it is that it's very very short.
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Post by Susan » Mon January 31st, 2011, 12:43 am

[quote=""Misfit""]Stick with the movie. Trust me. The only good thing to say about it is that it's very very short.[/quote]

Sounds like a plan!!!
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Post by Misfit » Sun February 27th, 2011, 9:06 pm

I doubt I'll finish another by tomorrow so here goes.
  1. A Race to Splendor by Ciji Ware
  2. I am the Chosen King by Helen Hollick
  3. Lionors by Barbara Ferry Johnson
  4. India Black by Carol K. Carr
  5. Threads West: An American Saga by Reid Lance Rosenthal
  6. The Land of Painted Caves: A Novel (Earth's Children) by Jean M. Auel
  7. Belle Starr: A Novel of the Old West by Deborah Camp
  8. This Golden Valley by Francine Rivers
  9. Lyons Pride by Mary Craig
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March 2011

Post by Misfit » Sun April 3rd, 2011, 4:33 pm

Broken Promises Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman
Mary of Carisbrooke MC Barnes
The Second Duchess Elizabeth Loupas
Blood and Sable Carol Kane
Pale Rose of England Sandra Worth
Our Lives are the Rivers Jaime Manrique
Lily Cigar Tom Murphy (LOVED LOVED LOVED IT)
The Circling Years Janice Young Brooks

DNF: Anna Karenina Tolstoy-crappy translation on kindle.

Lol, it was a slower month for me than I realized. My Goodreads 2011 challenge update tells me I'm falling behind my goal :o :rolleyes:
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last day of April...

Post by Misfit » Sat April 30th, 2011, 5:39 pm

Columbia by Pamela Jekel
The Farthest Eden Louise O'Flaherty
The Wild Rose Jennifer Donnelly
The Maid Kimberly Cutter
The Mississippi Run Paul Darcy Boles
Set her on a Throne Jan Westcott
The Daughter of Siena Mariano Fiorato
Beyond the Shining Mountains Doris Shannon
Daneclere Pamela Hill
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Moving on towards June...

Post by Misfit » Tue May 31st, 2011, 1:31 am

  1. Midnight Waltz Jennifer Blake
  2. Tears of Gold Laurie McBaine
  3. Doc Mary Doria Russell
  4. Ride for Rights Tara Chevrestt
  5. A Trail of Broken Promises Jess Davon Joslin
  6. Heathcliff by Jeffrey Caine
  7. The Daisy and the Bear KL Clark (hilarious send up of the Wars of the Roses)Cain's Daughters by Doris Shannon
  8. Family Money by Doris Shannon
  9. Lady Kate by Pamela Hill
  10. Fortune's wheel by Rhoda Edwards
  11. The Constant Princess by PG
  12. Vienna Waltz by Tracy Grant
  13. Whispers in the Sand Barbara Erskine
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Post by Misfit » Fri July 1st, 2011, 2:10 am

  1. Family Money Doris Shannon
  2. Cain's Daughters Dorin Shannon
  3. The Daisy and the Bear KL Clark (loved it!)
  4. Heathcliff Jeffrey Caine
  5. A Trail of Broken Promises JD Joslin
  6. Ride for Rights Tara Chevrestt
  7. Doc, MD Russell
  8. Tears of Gold Laurie McBain
  9. Midnight Waltz Jennifer Blake
  10. My Last Duchess Daisy Goodwin
  11. The Lion of Alnwick Carol Wensby Scott
  12. The Wind from Hastings Morgan Llewellyn
  13. Lion Dormant Carol Wensby Scott
  14. Lion Invincible Carol Wensby Scott
  15. The Ledge Jim Davidson (not HF)
  16. Poppies in the Wind Louise O'Flaherty
  17. Lady of the English by EC
  18. Devil's Consort Anne O'Brien (skimmed a lot)
  19. The Immigrants by Howard Fast (skimmed a lot)
  20. The Virgin King by Joseph Fullam (not worth the .99 kindle price)
  21. When the Splendor Falls Laurie McBain
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Post by SonjaMarie » Fri July 1st, 2011, 2:30 am

Sigh, despite all the books I finish in a month the most I've done is 18!

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