Spring Reading Thing

The details of the Spring Reading Thing can be found in my earlier post HERE or on the hosts page at Callapiddar Day’s.


I have way too many books, just ask my husband! and a rather full to be read (TBR) pile in my study. In addition to that I have a rather healthy pile of library books and a smaller pile of books on the bedside table.

Here is the list of planned reading for the period of this challenge – 20th March – 20th June.

  1. The Christmas Cookie Club by Ann Pearlman (Library Book due 9th April)
  2. That Christmas Feeling – a collection of two stories by authors – Catherine Palmer & Gail Gaymer Martin (Library Book due 9th April)
  3. One Perfect Gift by Kathleen Morgan (Library Book due 9th April)
  4. The Matchmaker by Marita Conlon-McKenna (Library Book due 9th April)
  5. Brown Owl’s Guide to life by Kate Harrison (Library Book due 9th April)
  6. Trace your Roots with DNA by Megan Smolenyak Smolyenak & Ann Turner (Library Book due 9th April)
  7. The Scarlet Kimono by Christina Courtenay
  8. A Thread so thin (Cobbled Court) by Marie Bostwick
  9. The Union Quilter (Elm Creek) by Jennifer Chiaverini
  10. The Girl on the Wall: One Lifes Rich Tapestry by Jean Baggott
  11. At Home A Short History of Private Life by Bill Bryson (Library Book due 11th April 2011)
  12. A Month in the Country by J.L.Carr (Library Book due 13th April 2011)
  13. Inspector Singh Investigates by Shamini Flint (Library Book due 13th April 2011)
  14. All Good Gifts by Kathleen Morgan (Library Book due 13th April 2011)
  15. Quilt as Desired by Arlene Sachitano
  16. Quilter’s Knot by Arlene Sachitano
Additional Reading
  1. Read Root and Branch, Journal of the West Surrey Family History Society Journals – The four journals than make volume 37 and create the annual place name index for the Society – Planned to complete by 10th April.
  2. For the day job – Read and complete the CPD package “Supporting people in care homes”
Books for Review
  1. Kings of Colorado – due 10th April
  2. Fading Scars – due 20th March – DONE!
  3. The Eloquence of Desire by Amanda Williams – due 30th April

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2 Responses to Spring Reading Thing

  1. I can completely relate to having too many books! But I wouldn't want it any other way. Looks like you have plenty to keep you busy this spring. Thanks for being part of SRT '11!

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  2. Susanne says:

    That is a great variety of different kinds of reads. Happy spring reading.

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