Countdown Challenge ~ Not Finished

September 9, 2009 – October 10, 2010
Goal: 55 books

For the past two years, I’ve participated in this challenge and have yet to complete it!  Here’s what I did read:

2010

  1. Not My Daughter – Barbara Delinsky
  2. Heartless – Sara Shepard
  3. Worst Case – James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge
  4. Before I Fall – Lauren Oliver
  5. The Bride Collector – Ted Dekker
  6. The Power to Prosper – Michelle Singletary
  7. Love in Mid Air – Kim Wright
  8. Scandal – Kate Brian
  9. Caught – Harlan Coben
  10. The Opposite of Me – Sarah Pekkanen

2009

  1. Dial Emmy for Murder by Eileen Davidson
  2. After You by Julie Buxbaum
  3. The Neighbor by Lisa Gardner
  4. Dying for Mercy by Mary Jane Clark
  5. Suspicion by Kate Brian
  6. Peaks and Valleys by Spencer Johnson, M.D.
  7. The Secret of Joy by Melissa Senate
  8. Hounding the Pavement by Judi McCoy
  9. I, Alex Cross by James Patterson

2008

  1. Moving Day by Meg Cabot
  2. The New Girl by Meg Cabot
  3. Testimony by Anita Shreve
  4. The Professors’ Wives’ Club – Joanne Rendell
  5. Dress Reversal – Stefan Petrucha
  6. The Diva Runs Out of Thyme – Krista Davis

2007

  1. I Heard a Rumor by Nancy Krulik
  2. The New Girl by Nancy Krulik
  3. The Department of Lost & Found – Allison Scotch Winn
  4. Ghost in the Machinery – Stefan Petrucha
  5. The Disoriented Express – Stefan Petrucha
  6. Summer at Tiffany – Marjorie Hart
  7. Queen of Babble in the Big City – Meg Cabot

2006

  1. The Fake Heir – Stefan Petrucha
  2. Mr. Cheeters is Missing – Stefan Petrucha
  3. The Charmed Bracelet – Stefan Petrucha
  4. Global Warning – Stefan Petrucha
  5. Queen of Babble – Meg Cabot

2005

  1. The Demon of River Heights – Stefan Petrucha
  2. Writ in Stone – Stefan Petrucha
  3. The Haunted Dollhouse – Stefan Petrucha
  4. The Girl Who Wasn’t There – Stefan Petrucha

2004


2003

  1. The Present – Spencer Johnson, M.D.

2002


2001


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One Response

  1. I couldn’t finish it either and I was the challenge host. I had a miserable 2010, though.

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