February 19, 2006

Book List Update

Read:

1) Hacking Gmail by Ben Hammersley
2) The Courtesan by Julian Justiss
3) Growing Season: Life Lessons from the Garden by Arlene Bernstein
4) Prince of Danger by Amanda Scott
5) House Poor: Pumped-up Princes, Rising Rates, and Mortgages on Steroids by June Fletcher
6) Lord John and The Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon
7) War for the Oaks by Emma Bull
8) In the Thrill of the NIght by Candice Hern
9) Rosebud Sioux: A Lakota People in Transition by Cleaes H Jacobson
10) How to Stubbornly Refuse to Make Yourself Miserable About Anything by Albert Ellis.
11) Self-Made Man: One Woman's Journey into Manhood and Back Again by Norah Vincent
12)

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February 11, 2006

Book List

Read:

1) Hacking Gmail by Ben Hammersley
2) The Courtesan by Julian Justiss
3) Growing Season: Life Lessons from the Garden by Arlene Bernstein
4) Prince of Danger by Amanda Scott
5) House Poor: Pumped-up Princes, Rising Rates, and Mortgages on Steroids by June Fletcher
6) Lord John and The Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon
7) War for the Oaks by Emma Bull
8) In the Thrill of the NIght by Candice Hern
9) Rosebud Sioux: A Lakota People in Transition by Cleaes H Jacobson
10)

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January 23, 2006

Reading List

Read:

1) Hacking Gmail by Ben Hammersley (a little over my head in most places, but even the little things I picked up were worth it.)

2) The Courtesan by Julian Justiss (the first romance novel I've ever seen with a woman with a sword on the cover - sure it's not the first ever, but first for me.)

3) Growing Season: Life Lessons from the Garden by Arlene Bernstein (this one is going to Jenn.)

4) Prince of Danger by Amanda Scott

5) House Poor: Pumped-up Princes, Rising Rates, and Mortgages on Steroids by June Fletcher (while I think we'll be okay when the bubble bursts, the patterns and consequences intrigue me. The section on percent returns on remodels was especially helpful in making me understand I should not remodel unless I'm doing it for me.)

6) Lord John and The Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon. (Thanks to Carla for introducing me to her work when we first met, years ago now. Maybe a little bit of sympathy for John. Diana's characters are imperfect in a very real sort of way.)

Just got a bunch of American Indian books from Jenn - don't know exactly where I'm going next. Already reading Great Speeches of Native Americans or Speeches of Great Native Americans or something like that. They were orators, of course, so really good at it - and you can see that in the ones people bothered to write down.

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January 14, 2006

Book List (Why Yes, Books = Escape)

Read:

1) Hacking Gmail by Ben Hammersley (a little over my head in most places, but even the little things I picked up were worth it.)

2) The Courtesan by Julian Justiss (the first romance novel I've ever seen with a woman with a sword on the cover - sure it's not the first ever, but first for me.)

3) Growing Season: Life Lessons from the Garden by Arlene Bernstein (this one is going to Jenn.)

4) Prince of Danger by Amanda Scott


In progress:

Lord John and The Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon. (If she can make me feel sympathy for John, I will be impressed. Thanks to Carla for introducing me to her work when we first met, years ago now.)

House Poor: Pumped-up Princes, Rising Rates, and Mortgages on Steroids by June Fletcher (while I think we'll be okay when the bubble bursts, the patterns and consequences intrigue me.)

Posted by Liz at 10:38 AM | Comments (0)

November 13, 2005

Book List Update

In Progress:
Your Trustee Duties by Holme Crouch
Pain Free 1-2-3 by Teitelbaum
Love Your Patients! by Diering
General Surgery ABSITE AND BOARD REVIEW
Emergency Medicine Q&A ABSITE AND BOARD REVIEW
Genentics Demystified by Willett
Generation Debt: Why now is a terrible time to be young by Anya Kamenetz (I picked up an uncorrected manu at work, but highly recommend this when it comes out in Feb! Read this book!)


Read:

1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux

3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.

4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne

5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross

6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon

7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross

8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust

10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly

11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero

13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire

14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer

15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow

16)At Her Service by Shari Anton

17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)

18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)

19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton

20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.

21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)

22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen

23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter

24)We Know What You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard

25)The Charmer by Celeste Bradley

26)Letters to George: The Best of George Lucas Fan Mail, compiled and edited by Tony Deweese

27)By Starlight by Marliss Moon

28)A Perfect Groom by Samantha James

29)A Kiss In The Dark by Kimberly Logan

30)The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix

31)The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood

32)In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

33)One Night of Scandal by Teresa Medeiros

34)Brazen by Susan Johnson

35)Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan

36)To Love a Thief by Julie Anne Long

37)Irresistible by Karen Robards

38)My Lady Domino _and_ A Commercial Enterprise by Sandra Heath

39)The Middle Five: Indian Schoolboys of the Omaha Tribe by Francis La Flesche

40)Manage Your Money and Investments with Microsoft Excel by Peter G Aitken

41)The Soul Would Have No Rainbow If The Eyes Had No Tears and other Native American Proverbs compiled by Guy A Zona

42)The Game of Thrones by George RR Martin

43)Ke-ma-ha: The Omaha Stories of Francis La Flesche

44)This is Not Your Parent's Retirement by Patrick P Astre

45) Raising Money Smart Kids by Bodnar

46) HP6

47) Chieftan by Nan Ryan

48) Forbidden by Helen Kirkman

49) YF&B by Orzman

50) The Devil to Pay by Liz Carlyle

51) A Lady's Guide to Rakes by Kathryn Caskie

52) Treehouse Chronicles: One Man's Dream of Life Aloft by S. Peter Lewis and T.B.R. Walsh

53) His Lady Mistress by Elizabeth Rolls

54) Thunder and Roses by Mary Jo Putney

55) Doctors: Jokes, Quotes, and Antedotes

56) Bait and Switch: The (futile) pursuit of the American Dream by Erenreich (which I'm spelling wrong, sorry, book back to library already.)

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November 2, 2005

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October 15, 2005

Book List Update

and we're up to #... 51. (v. happy with the 5 books a month pace)

In Progress:
Your Trustee Duties by Holme Crouch
Doctors: Jokes, Quotes, and Antedotes
Pain Free 1-2-3 by Teitelbaum
Love Your Patients! by Diering
General Surgery ABSITE AND BOARD REVIEW
Emergency Medicine Q&A ABSITE AND BOARD REVIEW
Genentics Demystified by Willett

Read:

1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux

3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.

4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne

5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross

6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon

7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross

8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust

10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly

11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero

13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire

14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer

15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow

16)At Her Service by Shari Anton

17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)

18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)

19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton

20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.

21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)

22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen

23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter

24)We Know What You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard

25)The Charmer by Celeste Bradley

26)Letters to George: The Best of George Lucas Fan Mail, compiled and edited by Tony Deweese

27)By Starlight by Marliss Moon

28)A Perfect Groom by Samantha James

29)A Kiss In The Dark by Kimberly Logan

30)The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix

31)The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood

32)In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

33)One Night of Scandal by Teresa Medeiros

34)Brazen by Susan Johnson

35)Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan

36)To Love a Thief by Julie Anne Long

37)Irresistible by Karen Robards

38)My Lady Domino _and_ A Commercial Enterprise by Sandra Heath

39)The Middle Five: Indian Schoolboys of the Omaha Tribe by Francis La Flesche

40)Manage Your Money and Investments with Microsoft Excel by Peter G Aitken

41)The Soul Would Have No Rainbow If The Eyes Had No Tears and other Native American Proverbs compiled by Guy A Zona

42)The Game of Thrones by George RR Martin

43)Ke-ma-ha: The Omaha Stories of Francis La Flesche

44)This is Not Your Parent's Retirement by Patrick P Astre

45) Raising Money Smart Kids by Bodnar
Posted by Liz at August 28, 2005 10:18 AM
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46) HP6

47) Chieftan by Nan Ryan

48) Forbidden by Helen Kirkman

49) YF&B by Orzman

50) The Devil to Pay by Liz Carlyle

51) A Lady's Guide to Rakes by Kathryn Caskie

Posted by Liz at 12:31 PM

August 28, 2005

Book List

Still missing a ton of stuff I know I read in between... but can't remember right now because I got behind recording it.

Read:

1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux

3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.

4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne

5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross

6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon

7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross

8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust

10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly

11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder

12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero

13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire

14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer

15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow

16)At Her Service by Shari Anton

17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)

18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)

19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton

20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.

21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)

22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen

23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter

24)We Know What You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard

25)The Charmer by Celeste Bradley

26)Letters to George: The Best of George Lucas Fan Mail, compiled and edited by Tony Deweese

27)By Starlight by Marliss Moon

28)A Perfect Groom by Samantha James

29)A Kiss In The Dark by Kimberly Logan

30)The Rose Red Bride by Claire Delacroix

31)The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood

32)In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

33)One Night of Scandal by Teresa Medeiros

34)Brazen by Susan Johnson

35)Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan

36)To Love a Thief by Julie Anne Long

37)Irresistible by Karen Robards

38)My Lady Domino _and_ A Commercial Enterprise by Sandra Heath

39)The Middle Five: Indian Schoolboys of the Omaha Tribe by Francis La Flesche

40)Manage Your Money and Investments with Microsoft Excel by Peter G Aitken

41)The Soul Would Have No Rainbow If The Eyes Had No Tears and other Native American Proverbs compiled by Guy A Zona

42)The Game of Thrones by George RR Martin

43)

In progress:

Ke-ma-ha: The Omaha Stories of Francis La Flesche

This is Not Your Parent's Retirement by Patrick P Astre

Your Trustee Duties by Holme Crouch

Raising Money Smart Kids by Bodnar

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May 9, 2005

Reading List

Didn't get as much reading done on the Cape as I thought I would, but that's okay. I got Fi's blanket almost finished.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)At Her Service by Shari Anton
17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)
18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)
19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.
21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)
22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen
23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter
24)We Know Whata You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard
25)The Charmer by Celeste Bradley
26)Letters to George: The Best of George Lucas Fan Mail, compiled and edited by Tony Deweese
27)By Starlight by Marliss Moon
28)A Perfect Groom by Samantha James
29)A Kiss In The Dark by Kimberly Logan
30)

In progress:

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch
In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

Posted by Liz at 12:48 PM

April 28, 2005

Reading List

Well, I've got 7 books packed for Cape Cod. We'll see how many I get through. It's basically the end of April and I've read 6.5 books a month, which is not a bad pace at all.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)At Her Service by Shari Anton
17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)
18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)
19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.
21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)
22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen
23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter
24)We Know Whata You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard
25)The Charmer by Celeste Bradley
26)Letters to George: The Best of George Lucas Fan Mail, compiled and edited by Tony Deweese
27)

In progress:

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch
In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

Posted by Liz at 10:43 PM

April 17, 2005

Reading List

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)At Her Service by Shari Anton
17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)
18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)
19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.
21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)
22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen
23)Lord Of Sin by Madeline Hunter
24)

In progress:

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch
We Know Whata You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard
In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

Posted by Liz at 8:16 PM

April 13, 2005

Reading List

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)At Her Service by Shari Anton
17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)
18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)
19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
20)The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick.
21)The Civil War In Pictures (or something like that... will detail when I get it back from my father.)
22)When Dashing Met Danger by Shana Galen
23)

In progress:

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch
We Know Whata You Want And How They Change Your Mind by Martin Howard
In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionary by Mary Summer Rain

Posted by Liz at 5:53 PM

March 28, 2005

Reading List

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)At Her Service by Shari Anton
17)Book of Prophecy by M. D'Alessandro (poetry)
18)Courting Claudia by Robyn DeHart (this was an uncorrected proof from the free book room. I liked it a lot. I really hope they decide to change the cover art. The book has a 'plump' heroine, and a lot of the book has to do with her feelings about that - there is a skinny girl on the cover.)
19)The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
20)

In progress:

The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch

Posted by Liz at 4:24 PM | Comments (1)

March 23, 2005

Reading List

Need to update before I forget what I was able to get read in Toronto.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)The House That Jill Built by Judy Ostrow
16)

In progress:

The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton (about 100 pages from the end - this book could have easily had 150 pages cut out of it and been just as informative.)
At Her Service by Shari Anton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch

Posted by Liz at 9:55 AM

March 18, 2005

Reading List

29 pages from the end of Wicked and Ditto on the April Lady, so they're both going on the list because I'm finishing them tonight.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)Wicked by Gregory Maguire
14)April Lady by Georgette Heyer
15)

In progress:

The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch

Posted by Liz at 10:30 AM

February 27, 2005

Reading List

Got to get Wicked finished before my birthday trip. About 200 pages in, and wow, it seems much different than the musical, which doesn't diminish my enjoyment of either of them.

And I am just glad to be on a 6/month streak by mid February. Even with school, I feel like I haven't done all that poorly on the reading. IM is having to suffer for it some, but that's probably a good thing for me and the poor folks I blabber at online.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
12)Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
13)

In progress:

Wicked by Gregory Maguire
The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch

Posted by Liz at 1:19 AM

February 13, 2005

Reading List

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)A Most Unsuitable Man by Jo Beverly
11)

In progress:

The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch

Posted by Liz at 7:10 PM

February 10, 2005

Marketing Trend

So I was at Confusion and I was telling the gentleman whose book keep me up late last night that the last time I'd picked up a book based solely on the cover was Kushiel's Dart. The cover art caught my admittedly-drawn-to-pretty-half-naked-women eye, and I picked it up. (I don't think I mentioned it was right next to Freedom and Necessity, which had been filed under Bull, which I went to buy and is why I saw it in the first place, funny enough).

I loved that book, and it would have taken me longer to find it if it hadn't been for the woman in a... sheet(?) on the cover.

So, no sooner am I back to work after the con than I find this book in the free book room:

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Woman. Sheet. Mask. Knife. (Not very good picture, but I've still got homework to do tonight, so deal.)

I've read the first chapter of the book, and it doesn't really carry my rhythm, but it's interesting enough that I'll keep reading and eventually, I hope, catch the rhythm of the book. Then again, I'm not much of a critic - a book has to be just extremely awful for me to hate it. It's no Carey book, though. But it's got a spy, and it's a she.

The cover art suggests to me she isn't afraid to use her breasts to distract someone, but hey, it could just be misleading marketing. The copyright is from 2003, so I have to wonder if this is a reissue with a new cover?

Anyway, I saw a girl in a sheet and declared - TREND - and grabbed the book (it being in the free book room and all.)



In sad news, was going to buy Fiona the Amber paperbacks for her birthday. Tried to get them from the downtown Borders but they don't have any and "they're out of print, but we have the Big Book of Amber."

"Yeah, I have that, the pages are bible thin, I think it might intimidate my 10 year old. Have you seen it?"

"Yup, it's big."

So it looks like I'll be buying them online somewhere, probably used. I promised her she'd have the books we got her name from for her 10th, and she'll have them, just perhaps a little late. (Although I do still have a bit over a week.)

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Reading List

Brust, you kept me up late because I got sucked into your book! But it was worth it, even if I'm exhausted today.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
9)To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
10)

In progress:

The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch (and this deserves an entry all its own for a marketing trend I'm seeing that rides the wave of Carey's Kushiel books. Must rev up the camera and do that soon.)

Posted by Liz at 7:42 PM | Comments (1)

February 4, 2005

Reading list update

You can tell I can't read serious material when I'm sick.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross
6)Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon
7)A Night of Sin by Julia Ross
8)

In progress:
To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Critical Thinking: Tools For Taking Charge of Your Professional and Personal Life by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
Ethical Reasoning by Richard W Paul and Linda Elder
Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues by Ruggiero
Confidence Game by Michelle M Welch (and this deserves an entry all its own for a marketing trend I'm seeing that rides the wave of Carey's Kushiel books. Must rev up the camera and do that soon.)

Posted by Liz at 6:36 PM

January 29, 2005

Reading list

I should probably do this when I don't have a raging fever and sinus pain so bad I'd like to pull my teeth out, but... I might forget.

Read:
1)The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
2)Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
3)The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.
4)The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
5)The Wicked Lover by Julia Ross

In progress:
To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
Their Last Words: A Tribute to Soldiers Who Lost Their Lives in Iraq by George G. Sheldon


Posted by Liz at 11:46 PM | Comments (2)

January 14, 2005

2005 Has Hope

"The greatest gift is a passion for reading. It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites, it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind. It is a moral illumination."

-Elizabeth Hardwick


Since I am going to be done with school in just under 6 weeks, most of the year will be available for reading. And thus begins, the book list. I am not going to assign myself goals and parameters this year. We will just read, and enjoy.



Read:
The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix
In progress:
To Reign in Hell by Steve Brust
The Life of Louis XIV's Mistress Athenias, The Real Queen of France by Lisa Hilton
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood
The Ninefold Key by Rebecca Brandwyne
Mythology of the American Nations by David M Jones and Brian L Molyneaux
The Native American: The Indigenous People Of North American [A Compilation of Histories and Pictures] Edited by Colin Taylor, with William Sturtevant of the Smithsonian as the Technical Consultant.

Posted by Liz at 10:46 PM | Comments (2)

December 3, 2004

Here's the 50% Off ad for this weekend

It's in USA Today. You don't need a coupon or anything for 50% off the books listed, but if you're going to spend over a certain $ amount, it'd probably be worth it for you to pick up the USA Today for the %off incremental coupon.

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December 1, 2004

Borders has Books!

And since I work there and all, and just saw all the deals for the next few weekends (9 things at 50% off this weekend!) I thought I'd hook up a link to The GiftMixer.

I have no idea how the thing works, but it's cute.

Also, keep your eyes out for adds, because seriously, I wanted half the stuff on the half off list and you might too.

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May 7, 2004

Book List May

Updated book list

The goal is 50 - 30 of which may not be romance novels.
RN = romance novel
1) Business Law (school)
2) Kushiel’s Dart by Carey (re-read)
3) 2002 Nebula Compilation (which now has me wanting to read Darwin’s Radio.) (via daddy)
4) Farmer’s Almanac Gardener’s Book (via Jenn)
5) Kushiel's Avatar by Carey
6) Black Elk Speaks (re-read)
7) The Rules of Engagement - RN
8) The War on Choice by Gloria Feldt
9) The Duke's Mistress - RN
10)

In progress:
London by Edward Rutherford (via Jarrod)
How I Grew by Mary McCarthy (via daddy)
Intermediate Accounting (school)
Hathor Rising (via immlass)
A Year of Creativity (will be read one chapter a month over the year.)
Bioethics and Modern Medicine (haven't made much of a start on it.)
American Gods by Neil Gaiman(almost done.)
All Hail the Chiefs (a humorous look at all of our Presidents - very funny, very informative.)


Posted by Liz at 12:45 PM

March 30, 2004

Updated book list

More in the ongoing pile than in the 'finished' pile.

Sigh.

The goal is 50 - 30 of which may not be romance novels.
RN = romance novel
1) Business Law (school)
2) Kushiel’s Dart by Carey (re-read)
3) 2002 Nebula Compilation (which now has me wanting to read Darwin’s Radio.) (via daddy)
4) Farmer’s Almanac Gardener’s Book (via Jenn)
5) Kushiel's Avatar by Carey
6) Black Elk Speaks (re-read)
7)

In progress:
London by Edward Rutherford (via Jarrod) (Sorry, taking forever, got to be in the proper mood to read it, which is rare.)

How I Grew by Mary McCarthy (via daddy)
Intermediate Accounting (school)
Hathor Rising (via immlass)
A Year of Creativity
The War on Choice
The Rules of Engagement (romance novel)
Bioethics and Modern Medicine

(Yes, I am reading all these books at once - is it any wonder I haven't finished many?)

Posted by Liz at 4:45 PM | Comments (1)

March 8, 2004

Okay, so this year...

I'm behind schedule, that's for sure. Maybe I should give myself a break on the fifty.

The goal is 50 - 30 of which may not be romance novels.
RN = romance novel
1) Business Law (school)
2) Kushiel’s Dart by Carey (re-read)
3) 2002 Nebula Compilation (which now has me wanting to read Darwin’s Radio.) (via daddy)
4) Farmer’s Almanac Gardener’s Book (via Jenn)
5)

In progress:
London by Edward Rutherford (via Jarrod) (Sorry, taking forever, got to be in the proper mood to read it, which is rare.)
How I Grew by Mary McCarthy (via daddy)
Intermediate Accounting (school)

Waiting to buy:
Kushiel’s Avatar in paperback – this month!

Posted by Liz at 12:54 PM | Comments (2)

Well, Cheat like hell

Trying to remember what I may have finished reading as of December 31.

The goal is 50 - 30 of which may not be romance novels.
RN = romance novel
1)Wicked by Susan Johnson - RN
2)The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank (via Kristen)
3)Hawk O'Toole's Hostage by Sandra Brown - audiobook, RN
4)The Beardstown Ladies Guide to Financial Growth - audiobook
5)Vitals by Greg Bear - audiobook
6)A Call to Conscience: the Landmark Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Edited by Clayborne Carson and Kris Shepard
7)Where You Belong by Barbara Taylor Bradford- audiobook
8)Forbidden by Susan Johnson - RN
9)The Woman Next Door by Barbara Delinsky - audiobook
10)Do Andriods Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K Dick - audiobook
11)Temptation by Jude Deveraux - RN audiobook
12)The Witness by Sandra Brown - audiobook
13)To Please A Lady by Susan Johnson - RN
14)Management: Theory, Practice, and Application by Gary Dessler - etext for school
15)Four Years with the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Journal of William Ray, Company F, Seventh Wisconsin Volunteers, Edited by Lance Herdegen and Sherry Murphy
16)Collection of Keats
17)Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny - reread
18)The Guns of Avalon by Roger Zelazny - reread
19)Wicked Widow by Amanda Quick -audiobook, RN
20)Sign of the Unicorn by Roger Zelazny- reread
21)The Hand of Oberon by Roger Zelazny - reread
22)The Courts of Chaos by Roger Zelazny - reread
23)Organizational Behavior by Johnson, et al- etext for school
24)Common Sense by Thomas Paine (via Daddy)
25)Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein (uncut) (via James)
26)Macroeconomics by Colander - school
27)The Phoenix Guards by Stephen Brust – reread (bday – Thanks MR!)
28) Five Hundred Years After by Steven Brust – reread (bday – Thanks MR!)
29)Kushiel's Dart by Jacqueline Carey
30)Readings in Critical Thinking (Collection) - school
31)Kushiel's Chosen by Jacqueline Carey
32)Freedom and Necessity by Brust and Bull
33)Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling (via Fiona)
34)The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares (via Carla)
35) Financial Accounting by Weygandt, Kieso and Kimmel - school (via Lisamarie)
36) Some romance I read at the cabin. Yup, that bad. – RN
37) Essentials of Corporate Finance by Jordan, Ross, and Westerfield - school
38) Good Harbor by Anita Diamant (via Charlene)
39)Introduction to Management Accounting by Horngren, Sundem, and Stratton - school
40)The Charming of Sleeping Beauty by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)
41)Beauty's Punishment by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)
42)Beauty's Release by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)
43) The Female Wits: Women Playwrights of the Restoration by Fidelis Morgan (recommended by Ginger
44) Accounting Information Systems (school)
45) Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner – reread
46) Kushiel’s Chosen by Carey (re-read)

In progress
London by Edward Rutherford (via Jarrod)
Business Law (school)
Kushiel’s Dart by Carey (re-read)

Posted by Liz at 12:48 PM

When did I...

get too busy to keep a book list? About the time I posted the last one.

I'm in senior level classes. It's hard to make time to read. The discovery of IM, I suspect, has also hampered the effort. I like to talk too much - but making new good friends has been so much fun.

Posted by Liz at 12:37 PM

October 13, 2003

List for Today

Yeah, it's that boring.

Call MK about tomorrow to set up time - find out what he wants me to wear, and Jeff, for that matter. (We're the MacBeths - isn't that nice? I always thought I could do a good Lady MacBeth. I need to...)

Get out the Wil and study up on Lady MacBeth so I can look all insane and anguished over my evil self for MK. (If all else fails, tap into Juliana.)

Oil Change.

New windshield wipers.

Plant remaining dutch irises.

Water down newly planted areas, put hay over (just admit, it won't get done later.)

Lay down newspaper and place flower box.

Try to talk Jeff into helping me build the second flower box. (Building the first with me was horrible torture for him.) Failing that - Maybe Jenn?

Figure out day for Jenn and I to do flower boxes.

Move all the garden stuff on the front porch into the garage or basement.

Calculate how much dirt the flower boxes will hold, and start pricing how much I need to save to buy said dirt next spring.

Take in hanging plants for the winter.

Set up area in basement for hanging plants to stay for winter.

Set up new lights from Kristen with other lights and start doing what I should be doing - maybe I can read in front of it every day.

Email Kristen for how much I owe her - god, I can't believe I forgot to ask on Sunday! I had the checkbook out and everything.

Order new schoolbook.

Email Jack about November game.

Help Fi with her 'spanish game.' (buy 3x5 cards)

Rinse new wineglasses and put up second glassrack.

Download syllabus for next class - start paper, even though I don't have the book.

Figure out how much money I can blow through on Friday night.

Do not make plans for next weekend. Do not make plans for next weekend.

Grocery shopping.

Get recipe from Carla for the cashew nut pasta thing.

Fix budget to reflect Jeff unpaid day off today.

RSVP for Jill's shower.

RSVP for bachelorette v.2

Email and Print off directions to Sarah's

Buy Jill a present.

put nephew's picture in frame.

clean out email and update logs.

fix Francesca links to go show soundtrack.

Find birth control stuff for Francesca and decide what she uses.

fix MT links to show James and Jim and the Deck.

Clean up LJ.

Do a nice full edit on the Juliana Day 2 stuff to make it pretty.

Write out missing Portia logs and post.

Transcribe Jenna from ACUS and send to George.

Look at last thing back from George and determine future questions.

Write up Jayne's take of the last mission. Last 2 missions. Ugh.

Someday, finish getting the Jennastasia stuff online.

Post next Seda letter.

Find the project list and once the garden stuff is done get moving on it.

Christmas card list.

Re-do address book - get new calander - change over purse.

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October 5, 2003

The Reading List - Early Oct 2003

Well, I keep this list, and it's supposed to motivate me. I haven't done a great job of tracking things lately, but here is the latest.

The goal is 50 - 30 of which may not be romance novels.
RN = romance novel

1)Wicked by Susan Johnson - RN
2)The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank (via Kristen)
3)Hawk O'Toole's Hostage by Sandra Brown - audiobook, RN
4)The Beardstown Ladies Guide to Financial Growth - audiobook
5)Vitals by Greg Bear - audiobook
6)A Call to Conscience: the Landmark Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Edited by Clayborne Carson and Kris Shepard
7)Where You Belong by Barbara Taylor Bradford- audiobook
8)Forbidden by Susan Johnson - RN
9)The Woman Next Door by Barbara Delinsky - audiobook
10)Do Andriods Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K Dick - audiobook
11)Temptation by Jude Deveraux - RN audiobook
12)The Witness by Sandra Brown - audiobook
13)To Please A Lady by Susan Johnson - RN
14)Management: Theory, Practice, and Application by Gary Dessler - etext for school
15)Four Years with the Iron Brigade: The Civil War Journal of William Ray, Company F, Seventh Wisconsin Volunteers, Edited by Lance Herdegen and Sherry Murphy
16)Collection of Keats
17)Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny - reread
18)The Guns of Avalon by Roger Zelazny - reread
19)Wicked Widow by Amanda Quick -audiobook, RN
20)Sign of the Unicorn by Roger Zelazny- reread
21)The Hand of Oberon by Roger Zelazny - reread
22)The Courts of Chaos by Roger Zelazny - reread
23)Organizational Behavior by Johnson, et al- etext for school
24)Common Sense by Thomas Paine (via Daddy)
25)Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein (uncut) (via James)
26)Macroeconomics by Colander - school
27)The Phoenix Guards by Stephen Brust – reread (bday – Thanks MR!)
28) Five Hundred Years After by Steven Brust – reread (bday – Thanks MR!)
29)Kushiel's Dart by Jacqueline Carey
30)Readings in Critical Thinking (Collection) - school
31)Kushiel's Chosen by Jacqueline Carey
32)Freedom and Necessity by Brust and Bull
33)Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling (via Fiona)
34)The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares (via Carla)
35) Financial Accounting by Weygandt, Kieso and Kimmel - school (via Lisamarie)
36) Some romance I read at the cabin. Yup, that bad. – RN
37) Essentials of Corporate Finance by Jordan, Ross, and Westerfield - school
38) Good Harbor by Anita Diamant (via Charlene)
39)Introduction to Management Accounting by Horngren, Sundem, and Stratton - school
40)The Charming of Sleeping Beauty by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)
41)Beauty's Punishment by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)
42)Beauty's Release by Rice under Roquelaure (via Jenn)

In progress
London by Edward Rutherford (via Jarrod)
The Female Wits: Women Playwrights of the Restoration by Fidelis Morgan (recommended by Ginger)
Swordspoint by Ellen Kushner – reread
Various audiotapes I need to finish…

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