The Nester recently posted about the books that she read in 2011 and books that she wants to read in 2012. I love the idea, so I’m going to do my own version! I can’t remember all of the books I read in 2011 – I haven’t been keeping track all year. But I did start tracking my reading in July when I started my 101 Things project. (Though to be honest, I think I may have forgotten a few along the way.) So here are the books I can remember reading in the second half of 2011.
Money Secrets of the Amish, by Lorilee Craker
Demon Fish, by Juliet Eilperin
Where the Wild Things Were, by William Stolzenburg
Apple Turnover Murder, by Joanne Fluke
The Whale Warriors, by Peter Heller
Hunting Eichmann, by Neal Bascomb
Candy Cane Murder, by Joanne Fluke
The Bond, by Wayne Pacelle
Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell
Martha’s Entertaining, by Martha Stewart
Stat-Spotting, by Joel Best
Smokin’ Seventeen, by Janet Evanovich
Explosive Eighteen, by Janet Evanovich
Gingerbread Cookie Murder, by Joanne Fluke
Devil’s Food Cake Murder, by Joanne Fluke
Glazed Murder, by Jessica Beck
As you can see, I’m a big fan of murder mysteries with a twist of humor. In 2012 I want to finish reading the Donut Shop Mysteries and tackle the Goldy Schulz books.
How about you? What did you read this year, and what do you hope to read next year?