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A Running Tally of Gen Fiction Reads by Month and Year Ascending

              2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

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Debbie I love what you have Given to Fiction,you..It looks amazing and Hope to join in soon..I have seen a few books that have caught my eye,,Thanks Debbie ,For giving it so much Attention....Susan

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Vermontcozy wrote:

Debbie I love what you have Given to Fiction,you..It looks amazing and Hope to join in soon..I have seen a few books that have caught my eye,,Thanks Debbie ,For giving it so much Attention....Susan


Susan, thank you and I hope to see you soon on the board

 

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Looks great.  Will see about getting my book for January.

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          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book

          2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

 

 

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dhaupt wrote:

 

          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book


 2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:      Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

 


 Where's May and June?  I keep looking but can't find them. 

 

FYI, I just filled out a customer satisfaction survey from B&N for an online purchase I just made and the last question was "any comments you wish to make about B&N".  So I wrote about bringing back FL.  Just  one more voice.

 

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dhaupt wrote:

 

          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book


 2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:      Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

 


 Where's May and June?  I keep looking but can't find them. 

 

FYI, I just filled out a customer satisfaction survey from B&N for an online purchase I just made and the last question was "any comments you wish to make about B&N".  So I wrote about bringing back FL.  Just  one more voice.

 


 

I haven't picked them yet, I'll post them as soon as I know.

Thanks for checking in :smileyhappy:

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dhaupt wrote:

 


          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book

          2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

May: Gareth Crocker Finding Jack 


 

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Debbie, I'm glad you chose "Finding Jack" for the May reading..Sounds interesting:smileyhappy:

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Debbie, I'm glad you chose "Finding Jack" for the May reading..Sounds interesting:smileyhappy:


 

thanks Andrea, if you didn't see my review here it is

http://thereadingfrenzy.blogspot.com/2011/02/review-of-finding-jack-by-gareth.html

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I just read it...The story sounds very emotional but I'm sure that even though it's fictional it reflects the reality of many individuals! As I said before..If only there were more hours in the day to allocate to reading..:smileyhappy:

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          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book

          2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

May: Gareth Crocker Finding Jack 

June: Tammy Snyder The Chimney Still Stands (please note this is only in e-format as we recognize B&N's Pubit)

July: No selection                                           

 

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          2010

July: Susan Wiggs Just Breathe 

August: Zoe Klein Drawing in the Dust 

September: Jim Colombo The Keys to the Vault 

October: Mary Sharratt Daughters of the Witching Hill 

November: Julie Compton Rescuing Olivia 

December: No Book

          2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

May: Gareth Crocker Finding Jack 

June: Tammy Snyder The Chimney Still Stands (please note this is only in e-format as we recognize B&N's Pubit)

July: No selection    

August: Hank Phillipi Ryan Prime Time (Charlotte McNally Series #1)                                       

 


 

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browsing through the list: Outlaw, October's selection sounds like my kind of read! I'll be looking forward to that.

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     2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

May: Gareth Crocker Finding Jack 

June: Tammy Snyder The Chimney Still Stands (please note this is only in e-format as we recognize B&N's Pubit)

July: No selection    

August: Hank Phillipi Ryan Prime Time (Charlotte McNally Series #1)   

September: Deborah Cooke Kiss of Fire (Dragonfire Series #1)     

October: Angus Donald Outlaw  

November: Iris Johansen Eve  

December : no selection                          

 

 

 

 Hey Deb,

 

Saw The Announcement and just bought the August book Prime Time.  So all ready for next month's read.   This board has been better than therapy, and a lot cheaper.  LOL  Love the read, the camaraderie, the lively titillating discussions that push me to think and use my creative juices.  Add in a little cyber coffee and cake (calorie free of course)....what more could you ask.   Thank you for all your hard work to make this place such a wonderful success and an enjoyable place to stop by for a cuppa.

Mtn Muse

 

 


 




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I will chat with you all in October :smileyhappy: Until then I will post my comments here and there about whatever I pick up from my TBR pile. I do get a lot of good suggestions from this board so they're piling up!

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[ Edited ]

         2011

January: Dori Ostermiller Outside the Ordinary World 

February: Antoinette Van Heugten Saving Max 

March:  Marilyn Brant Friday Mornings at Nine 

April: James J. Kaufman The Collectibles 

May: Gareth Crocker Finding Jack 

June: Tammy Snyder The Chimney Still Stands (please note this is only in e-format as we recognize B&N's Pubit)

July: No selection    

August: Hank Phillipi Ryan Prime Time (Charlotte McNally Series #1)   

September: Deborah Cooke Kiss of Fire (Dragonfire Series #1)     

October: Angus Donald Outlaw  

November: Iris Johansen Eve  

December : no selection                          

 

2012

January: Erica Bauermeister Joy for Beginners

February: Francine Thomas Howard Paris Noire  

March: Lisa Verge Higgins The Proper Care and Maintenance of Friendship  

April: Stephanie Cowell Claude & Camille  

May:

June: J T Ellison A Deeper Darkness

July:

August:

September: Emilie Richards

October: Hank Phillipi Ryan The Other Woman