List of Books

Originally I said I would make a list of all the books I read this year. I kept forgetting I was keeping the list, so some of the books I read are probably not on here. And I kept that list through June 24 when I had a list of 383 books.

I kept reading, but I didn’t keep writing them down because I was too embarrassed to admit that most of the books I read are romance novels. Romance novels. Not the big thick one that have lots of bad things happen to the people in them, but the smaller ones which are generally less traumatic and generally more encouraging at the end. I know that I’ve read over 400 more of those this year since I quit keeping a list, because I was given three hundred and I borrowed some from my mom and I bought some.

Here, however, is a list of the books that I read this year that aren’t romances. I didn’t include any children’s books I read because they’re children’s books. But here, as of right now, are the 94 books I read at least once this year. (Many of these I read multiple times.)

Sci Fi
I Dare –Miller and Lee
Plan B– Miller and Lee
Carpe Diem– Lee and Miller
several chapbooks by Lee and Miller
Trading in Danger– Elizabeth Moon
Marque and Reprisal –Elizabeth Moon
On Basilisk Station –David Weber
Conflict of Honors–Lee and Miller
March to the Stars– David Weber and John Ringo
We Few–David Weber and John Ringo 6
Apocalypse Troll by David Weber
Into the Looking Glass by John Ringo
Crown of Slaves-David Weber
At All Costs- David Weber
Pandora’s Legions by Christopher Anvil 15 (counting chap books as 2, though there were six or seven)

E. Godz by Robert Aspirin
Exile’s Honor by Mercedes Lackey
Exile’s Valor by Mercedes Lackey
Take a Thief by Mercedes Lackey
Arrows of the Queen by Mercedes Lackey
Arrow’s Flight by Mercedes Lackey
Arrow’s Fall by Mercedes Lackey
Oathblood by Mercedes Lackey
Brightly Burning by Mercedes Lackey
Wind Rider’s Oath by David Weber
Ill Met by Moonlight by Mercedes Lackey
Mad Maudlin by Mercedes Lackey
This Scepter’d Isle by Mercedes Lackey
The Warslayer by Rosemary Edgehill
The Fire Rose by Mercedes Lackey
Cobra Trilogy by Timothy Zahn
Knight of Ghosts and Shadows by Mercedes Lackey and Ellen Guon
Summoned to Tourney by Mercedes Lackey and Ellen Guon
Beyond World’s End by Mercedes Lackey and Rosemary Edghill
Spirits White as Lightning by M. Lackey and R. Edghill
Bedlam Boyz by Ellen Guon
This Year’s Fantasy 2
Born to Run by Lackey and Dixon
Wheels of Fire by Lackey and Dixon
When the Bough Breaks by Lackey and Dixon
Chrome Circle by Lackey and Dixon 27
Phoenix and Ashed by Mercedes Lackey
The Damsel and the Dwarf by Gerald Morris
Burning Water by Lackey
Children of the Night by Lackey
The Gates of Sleep by Lackey
The Serpent’s Shadow by Lackey
Sacred Ground by Lackey 34

A Short History of the Early Church –Harry R. Boer
The Purpose-Driven Life
Why Men Hate Going to Church
Mission Alive!by Gailyn Van Rheenen
The Status of Missions in the Churches of Christ by Gailyn Van Rheenen
Your Best Life Now by Joel Osteen 6

The Discovery of King Arthur by Geoffrey Ashe
The Hinge Factor by Erik Durschmied– How Chance and Stupidity Have Changed History
Crafting Your Own Heritage Album by Bev Kirschner Braun
My Backyard History Book 4

Voodoo Science by Robert L. Park
Cold Fusion by Peak
How to Read a Painting by Peter de Rynck
Blog by Hugh Hewitt
A Dictionary of Euphemisms and Other Double Talk
A Noel Parrin Sampler
Thereby Hangs a Tale: Hundreds of Stories of Curious Word Origins
What to Read by Mickey Pearlman
An Introduction to Literary Criticism
The Best American Science Writing: 2002
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
Learning to See Creatively by Bryan Peterson
The Life of Benvenuto Cellini– an autobiography of an Italian from the 16th century
Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui
Q’s Legacy by Helene Hanff– an autobiography of a book writer in the 30s-80s
Making Faces– Kevyn Auchoin, a book on makeup
Strange but True from Fate Magazine
Searching for Carroll Beckwith– a story of reincarnation that is supposedly true
To Seek Out New Life: The Biology of Star Trek 19

Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn –Kris Radish
Frankenstein — Mary Shelley
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown-
A Time to Dance by Karen Kingsley
Angels and Demons by Dan Brown–much more violent than DaVinci Code
The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
The Autobiography of Santa Claus

100 Dastardly Little Detective Stories
Cows of the World (Far Side)
Weiner Dog (Far Side)
The Autobiography of Santa Claus by Jeff Guin (fiction, history, but not a novel exactly)

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