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Topic subject25-Worthywoman's Goal for 2010
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26, 25-Worthywoman's Goal for 2010
Posted by worthywoman, Sat Jan-02-10 03:19 PM
This includes digital, audible books.

Lisa S.
65, JRR Tolkien's "The Hobbit"
Posted by worthywoman, Mon Jan-04-10 06:02 PM
started via Microsoft Reader
134, Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn"
Posted by worthywoman, Tue Jan-12-10 03:45 PM
While I didn't particularly enjoy this book the other times I've read it, I decided to try again.

... Especially since I just became eligible and received the BARD Reader from the Texas State Talking Book Program. http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/tbp/nlsbard.html

I'm still not enjoying the book, probably because I have a little bit of prudishness. Let me tell you, reading such casual use of "The N-Word" just doesn't sit right with me. *HEARING* it is making it incredibly hard for me to convince myself that it is worth slogging through the rest of the book. I will let you know what I have decided...

138, Andy Andrews "The Noticer"
Posted by worthywoman, Tue Jan-12-10 05:56 PM
Via Kindle for PC

372, RE: Andy Andrews "The Noticer"
Posted by worthywoman, Thu Feb-18-10 12:02 PM
Done. I'm not sure I'll place it on my list of books to read over it and over again.

404, #4 is a doozy of a tome
Posted by worthywoman, Wed Feb-24-10 01:16 PM
"The Lord's Supper in the Theology of Martin Chemnitz" by Bjarne Wollan Teigen.

While I am a little bit odd in the fact I like reading 16th century theologians, I am somewhat intimidated by this book. It comes with a set of instructions for how to navigate the book...

"And a wonderful time was had by all..."

514, 5. A Tale of Two Cities -- Dickens
Posted by worthywoman, Wed Mar-24-10 03:57 PM
My niece is behind in her reading for high school, so I am joining her as an encouragement.
718, # 6. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Posted by worthywoman, Mon May-17-10 03:11 PM
:-) My niece thought that I might like it. She was right.
719, #7. The Brothers Karamazov
Posted by worthywoman, Mon May-17-10 03:13 PM
850, #8 Rocket Boys
Posted by worthywoman, Sat Jul-03-10 03:58 PM
... By Homer Hickam
851, #9 HP and the Chamber of Secrets
Posted by worthywoman, Sat Jul-03-10 04:01 PM
continuing the saga
948, #10: The Other Queen
Posted by worthywoman, Fri Aug-20-10 03:26 PM
Philippa Gregory


:-) set in one of my favorite time frames...
960, #11:1776
Posted by worthywoman, Thu Aug-26-10 08:54 PM
David McCullagh
980, #12: HP and the Prisoner of
Posted by worthywoman, Tue Aug-31-10 12:58 PM
(You really don't want to know what the Dragon does to the name of that book!)
1044, #13: All Creatures Great and Small
Posted by worthywoman, Fri Oct-29-10 09:46 PM
James Herriot
1054, FINISH
Posted by worthywoman, Fri Nov-05-10 05:36 PM
I have not been listing every thing as I go, but here is the list today:

#14 An Inconvenient Book -- Glenn Beck

#15 Clear and Present Danger -- Tom Clancy

#16 Deaconesses, an Historical Study -- Aimee Martimort

#17 Debt of Honor -- Tom Clancy

#18 Executive Orders -- Tom Clancy

#19 In the Footsteps of Phoebe -- Naumann

#20 Meditations on Divine Mercy -- Gerhardt

#21 Patriot Games -- Tom Clancy

#22 Rainbow Six -- Tom Clancy

#23 Divine Comedy -- Dante

#24 Harry Potter He and the Goblet of of Fire -- Rowling

#25 The Colorado Kid -- Stephen King

#26 Are You Afraid yet? Stephen O'Meara

Yes, classes have been keeping me busy. So as my reading interests. Probably started the last of my books for the year:

The Gift and the Defender -- T. Emmett Bramwell (someone who goes to the same school I can)