Friday, January 1, 2010

December 2009 Wrap Up!

Happy New Year, Everyone!

I had a great December. Here's what I read...

Unexpected Gifts by Holly Jacobs
When Day Breaks by Mary Jane Clark (audio)
Santa, Baby by Lisa Renee Jones
The Perfect Christmas by Debbie Macomber
Hope in a Jar by Beth Harbison (audio)
Her Christmas Wish by Cindi Myers
The Chocolate Snowman Murders by Joanna Carl
The Queen of the Big Time by Adriana Trigiani (audio)

A total of 8 book, which is pretty much average for me. As you can see I tried to keep with the holiday theme all month. The audios were the only non-holiday books.

My favorite book this month? Usually I can't choose just one, but this month I think my favorite was very unexpected. I absolutely loved The Queen of the Big Time. I never read anything by Adriana Trigiani and when I saw the library had an audio book by her, I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did and I'm definitely going to keep an eye open for this author. I haven't written my review yet, but I'll do that over the weekend.

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  1. So glad you liked Queen of the Big Time. Trigiani is one of my favorite authors. I loved Lucia, Lucia as well as all of her Big Stone Gap series. And then last year she began a new series with a novel called Very Valentine. I absolutely loved it. The second book will be out in a few weeks. I'm so excited : )

  2. Absolutely love that LOL Cat! :) Congrats on finishing 8 books in December!

  3. I think I only read like two or three non-kids books in December. I was just too busy.


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