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Books Read in 2011

Lots of folks are compiling their lists and I wasn't going to do this since I haven't kept very good track this past year, and I was embarrassed at the dearth of books I've read. Usually there are a lot more! It's been quite a year personally and professionally in so many ways: Emotional on a daily basis, full of tears, full of joy, several book deals, emergencies, lack of sleep, lots of travel, book launch, you name it! 

Caroline Starr Rose has her list here and it sort of kicked me in the pants to sit down and go through my library list of books checked out and read, as well as all the books tucked around the house that I bought and read. 

Not as much adult or non-fiction, even though I checked out several highly recommended adult titles that I haven't finished and are sitting under my bed, waiting for me. They'll be on next year's list - I hope! 

I am amazed that the total is still 68 books!!! I thought for sure it would be a measly 30 or 40. :-) 

Books Read in 2011:

MIDDLE-GRADE AND YOUNG ADULT:
DRIZZLE by Kathleen Van Cleve
SHIPBREAKER by Paolo Bacigalupi
FALLING IN by Frances O’Roark Dowell
THE TAIL OF EMILY WINDSNAP by Liz Kessler
KEYS TO THE DEMON PRISON by Brandon Mull
GHOSTGIRL by Tonya Hurley
THE GIRL WHO COULD FLY by Victoria Forester
THE REPLACEMENT by Brenna Yovanoff
GOSSIP FROM THE GIRLS’ ROOM: A Blogtastic! Novel by Rose Cooper 
AS SIMPLE AS IT SEEMS by Sarah Weeks
PIE by Sarah Weeks
TURTLE IN PARADISE by Jennifer L. Holm
THE NIGHT FAIRY by Laura Amy Schlitz  
BETWEEN SHADES OF GRAY by Ruta Sepetys
HOURGLASS by Myra McEntire
INCARCERON by Catherine Fisher
SAPPHIQUE by Catherine Fisher
SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS by Ellen Booraem
STOLEN by Lucy Christopher
CLARITY by Kim Harrington
THE HIDDEN GALLERY by Maryrose Wood
THE MYSTERIOUS HOWLING by Maryrose Wood
THE GREAT WALL OF LUCY WU by Wendy Wan-Long Shang
MY INVENTED LIFE by Lauren Bjorkman
OUT OF MY MIND by Sharon M. Draper
THEODOSIA AND THE EYES OF HORUS by R. L. LaFevers
THEODOSIA AND THE LAST PHARAOH by R. L. LaFevers   
THEODOSIA AND THE STAFF OF OSIRIS by R. L. LaFevers 
THEODOSIA AND THE SERPENTS OF CHAOS by R. L. LaFevers
DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth
13 TREASURES by Michelle Harrison
THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Steivfater
THE JUMBEE Pamela Keyes
CLEOPATRA by Carolyn Meyer
WOLVES, BOYS AND OTHER THINGS THAT MIGHT KILL ME, Kristin Chandler
THROAT by R.A. Nelson
TYGER, TYGER by Kersten Hamilton
PARANORMALCY by Kiersten White
EXPOSED by Kimberly Marcus
THE LIAR SOCIETY by Lisa and Laura Roecker
FORBIDDEN SEA by Sheila Neilson
MOON OVER MANIFEST by Clare Vanderpool
MARCELLO IN THE REAL WORLD by Francisco X Stork
LADY MACBETH’S DAUGHTER by Lisa Klein
THE GRAND PLAN TO FIX EVERYTHING by Uma Krishnaswami
GLIMPSE by Carol Lynch Williams
PALACE BEAUTIFUL by Sarah DeFord Williams
HOUND DOG TRUE by Linda Urban
MATCHED by Allie Condie
ABANDON by Meg Cabot
THE FOURTH NEPHITE by Jeffrey Savage
THE CLOCKWORK THREE by Matthew Kirby
CROSS MY HEART by Julie Wright
MY DOUBLE LIFE by Janette Rallison
MISSING IN ACTION by Dean Hughes
THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins, (for the second time with hubby while driving across 950 miles of Texas.)
An assortment of Picture Books, probably about 20-30
ADULT: 
THE MADONNA’S OF LENINGRAD by Debra Dean
MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL by John Berendt
SARAH’S KEY by Tatiana de Rosnay
SOME GIRLS, MY LIFE IN A HAREM by Jillian Lauren
NON-FICTION: 
THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL by Anne Frank (for a book club and for the 3rd time)
BAD NEWS FOR OUTLAWS: the remarkable life of Bass Reeves, by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson 
SAVE THE CAT! GOES TO THE MOVIES: THE SCREENWRITER'S GUIDE TO EVERY STORY EVER TOLD by Blake Snyder 
THE COURAGE TO WRITE: how writers transcend fear by Ralph Keyes 
WORD AFTER WORD AFTER WORD by Patricia MacLachlan, 
THE BOOK OF MORMON written and compiled by several prophets, between 600 BC and 400 AD
JESUS THE CHRIST by James E. Talmadge
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