Friday, September 28, 2007

FALL INTO READING CHALLENGE 2007



I just read Katrina's new Fall Reading Challenge at her blog Callapidder Days. I have signed up for this one and maybe this is one challenge I will finish. Actually, it is only the second one I have joined. As I have said before, I am not much of a challenge reader.


I am getting my list together now. See my sidebar for what I have so far.


Click on the link above to see Katrina's site and the guidelines for this challenge. Oh, c'mon -- I know you want to join in.

10 comments:

Lynne said...

You can do it!! I've read all the Sue Grafton books - that one will go fast. Don't know about the other ones. Bill Cullen? Is he the same person from TV a long time ago?

violetlady said...

Lynne, I got this book from a library sale and I thought it was the Bill Cullen from the original Price Is Right game show. Wrong! It is a memoir of a man who made it big in Dublin after suffering terrible poverty a la Frank McCourt in Angela's Ashes.

jules said...

hi, found your blog whilst over at milesawayinfrance hope you don't mind but I thought I would pop in and have a nosey at yours, I shall definitely drop by and read your posts again. feel free to have a look at my fairly new blog.

jules xx

Miles Away In France said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, glad I found yours.
Racheal x

Katrina said...

Your list so far looks good -- lots of variety to keep you busy this fall. Thanks for being part of the challenge -- enjoy your fall reading!

kookiejar said...

Will that be your first Grafton? I think I read "L is for Lawless" first and then went back for the others. You will really enjoy the Kinsey Milhone series.

FrenchGardenHouse said...

What a great reading list! Enjoy them..it's always wonderful reading new books.:)
Lidy

Flowerpot said...

I haven't read any of those books apart from the Sue Grafton which is a very easy read - let us know what they're like!

Deena said...

Looks good! I love the look and feel of your blog...:-)

violetlady said...

Jules, thank you for stopping by. I did stop at yours, too -- not sure if I left a comment, but I will be back. Thank you, Lidy, for the encouragement. Flowerpot, this is the first Sue Grafton book for me, but I will probably try to read the entire series, knowing me.
Deena, thanks for stopping by and for the compliment on the new look.