Monday, February 23, 2009

20 Books in 2009 – challenge completed!



I can't believe I actually completed a challenge already! Woohoo! I'm excited.

The challenge blog can be found here.


The goal of this challenge was to read at least 20 books in 2009. Yesterday I finished my 22st book for the year – I'm moving right along.


Here's a list of the books I read and am counting for this challenge. I have also linked my reviews. Enjoy!




  1. Don't Know Much about Anything Else by Kenneth C. Davis

  2. New Moon by Stephanie Meyer

  3. Deadly Harvest by Heather Graham

  4. Story of the Sand by Mark B. Pickering

  5. Grace by Richard Paul Evans

  6. From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris

  7. The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry

  8. The Almost Archer Sisters by Lisa Gabriele

  9. Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost

  10. Booked for Murder by Tim Myers

  11. The Hot Flash Club Chills Out by Nancy Thayer

  12. Death Reins in by Michele Scott

  13. Snuffed Out by Tim Myers

  14. Lost Girls by George D. Shuman

  15. Deadly Gift by Heather Graham

  16. Murder Takes the Cake by Gayle Trent

  17. Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer

  18. The Bodies Left Behind by Jeffery Deaver

  19. The Masque of the Black Tulip by Lauren Willig

  20. The Tales of Beedle the Barb by J.K. Rowling








7 comments:

Ladytink_534 said...

Congrats and it looks like you read some good ones too!

Beth F said...

Good job!!! It's a great feeling to complete a challenge!

Kris said...

Ladytink - Thanks! I did enjoy several of the books I read. So far it's a good year for me, as far as reading goes anyway.

Beth -Thanks! It is great to complete a challenge, it's even better that I didn't realize I had completed it right away. haha!

Betty said...

What??! 20 books already! I think I'm only at about 10 now, I've got to get cracking!

Congrats to you!! =)

Kris said...

Betty - I know! I surprised myself by having this many read already. haha!

iamyuva said...

already..!! goodness. i just about 20% done.;(

20 books in 2009

Kris said...

iamyuva - I surprised myself by finishing it this fast. This has been a good reading year for me so far.