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Sarah's Library

I read pretty much anything, from fantasy (City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett) to romance (Bared to You by Sylvia Day) to classics (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad).  The only genres I don't read are self-help and comic books/graphic novels.

Currently reading

The Last Honeytrap
Louise Lee
Progress: 100/346 pages
Complete Works of William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare

January 2016: Reading Plans

Unexpected Gifts - Elena Aitken The Medium - C.J. Archer Desperate Times - Steve Peterson, Nicholas Antinozzi, Coleta Wright No Such Thing - Edward Lorn Alice in Wonderland - Elle Lothlorien Reckless Nights in Rome - C.C. MacKenzie Lip Service - Susan Mallery In Your Dreams - Amy    Martin The Coyote - Michael McBride The Governess Affair - Courtney Milan

I know, I've gone a bit crazy with the plans, but now that I've got the bug I'm going to plan out as much of my year as I can before I need to get started on my final posts of 2015.  I've never planned before, I've always just read what ever caught my eye when it was time to start my next book.  But, if I'm going to plan, I'm going to PLAN.  If I don't make a regimented plan for myself I might fall back into old ways and find myself at the library with no memory of how I got there.  So, this is the full list of books I plan to read in January.  Books that fit in the POPSUGAR challenge, as well as others, all read on my Kindle or laptop (for the few remaining books that have that restriction that won't let Calibre change them to Kindle format).



POPSUGAR Challenge Books


1. A Book that's Under 150 Pages - Unexpected Gifts (Castle Mountain Lodge, #1) by Elena Aitken, 146 pages (read from Jan 1-2)


2. A Book Recommended by Someone you Just Met - The Medium (Emily Chambers Spirit Medium Trilogy, #1) by C.J. Archer, 260 pages (read from Jan 2-3)


3. A Science Fiction Novel - Desperate Times (Desperate Times #1) by Nicholas Antinozzi, 395 pages (read from Jan 3-5)


4. A Book a Friend Recommended - No Such Thing by Edward Lorn, 30 pages (read on Jan 5)


Free choice for the rest of the month, as long as they're Kindle editions I already own


5. Alice in Wonderland by Elle Lothlorien, 325 pages (read from Jan 5-7)


6. Reckless Nights in Rome (Ludlow Hall, #1) by C.C. Mackenzie, 238 pages (read from Jan 7-8)


7. Lip Service by Susan Mallery, 419 pages (read from Jan 8-10)


8. In Your Dreams (In Your Dreams, #1) by Amy Martin, 255 pages (read from Jan 10-11)


9. The Coyote by Michael McBride, 271 pages (read from Jan 11-13)


10. Sunset Rising (Sunset Rising, #1) by S.M. McEachern, 330 pages (read from Jan 13-15)


11. The Governess Affair (Brothers Sinister, #0.5) by Courtney Milan, 110 pages (read from Jan 15-16)


12. A Shot in the Bark (Dog Park Mystery, #1) by C.A. Newsome, 203 pages (read from Jan 16-17)


13. Ticket for Terror by Christopher Parks, 327 pages (read from Jan 17-19)


14. Dare to Love (Dare to Love, #1) by Carly Phillips, 292 pages (read from Jan 19-20)


15. Against the Wall (Against the Wall, #1) by Julie Prestsater, 304 pages (read from Jan 20-22)


16. The Viscount's Christmas Temptation (Dukes of War, #1) by Erica Ridley, 180 pages (read from Jan 22-23)


17. Whisper My Secret by J.B. Rowley, 188 pages (read from Jan 23-24)


And if I manage to get all those finished before the end of January, a bonus book


18. The Drought by Steven Scaffardi, 298 pages (read from Jan 24-26ish)