1. Congrats on reading the entire Bible through this year! That is a huge accomplishment. 🙂

    I think I’m going to add The Story of the Trapp Family Singers to my to-read list this year.

    Happy reading!

  2. I totally agree with you about For Women Only! I recommend this book quite a bit. I reading The Door in the Wall aloud to my kids and will be interested to see what everyone thinks when we get done it.

  3. Hm. Maybe I should look for For Women Only.

    I see four titles we read in common this year. We really enjoyed Edward Tulane too — thanks to your recommendation.

    Great job of looking back over the year and culling the highlights. I’m not strong at evaluating favorites either… but you inspire me to try and do the same.

  4. I love these kinds of posts, I just recently did one as well. 🙂
    I will have to check out that Hunger Games trilogy. My (younger) sisters keep telling me how great they are.

    Congrats on getting through the Bible – an accomplishment as well as a blessing!


  5. My oh my. I am gasping in awe that you have reviewed 86.6(bar)% of all the books you have read this year. That’s a truly remarkable percentage. I think mine falls closer to 50? or 40? or maybe even less?

    But, boy, am I glad you’re such a prolific reviewer (I definitely enjoy reading your reviews–and the books you’ve recommended.)

  6. Amy

    Monica and Carrie–definitely give Hunger Games a go. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

    bekahcubed–I basically only blog about books, so I don’t spend time writing about anything else. I don’t read as much as other book bloggers, either. 🙂 Your blog is a wealth of all kinds of interesting, educational and entertaining subject matter!

  7. We must be kindred spirits. I like Alexander McCall Smith and of course, Hunger Games and THe Hobbit and all of Dickens that I have read. Happy reading to you in 2011!

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