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Summer Reading 2010 Challenge Complete


* Challenge: Summer Reading Challenge 2010
* Start date: June 21, 2010
* Finish date: September 21, 2010
* Hosted By: A Southern Daydreamer Reads

Hosting site; http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com

Rules:

1. Make a list of books you want to read this summer.
2. Write a post with your list on your blog. (You can add to or change this list at any time during the challenge)
3. Please post the direct link to your Summer Reading Challenge 2010 post. (so that other participants can visit and see what you are reading)
4. You can write another post in September to let everyone know how you did.



Books to be Read:
1. The Language of Secrets - Dianne Dixon Review
2. It`s Not Summer Without You - Jenny Han Review
3. The Dark Divine - Bree Despain Review
4. Do No Evil - Kymberly Goltermann & Ashley L. Goltermann Review
5. The Secret Keeper - Paul Harris Review
6. Web of Secrets - Ernesto Patino Review
7. Turnaround Summer - Paul Hansen Review

This was a fun challenge, and I hope it runs next summer too! Out of the books I read, The Dark Divine by Bree Despain was my favorite.

Comments

  1. Looks like a good list. Enjoy!

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  2. Nice choices! Will be looking forward to your reviews of these books :)

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  3. Looks like a great list!! I am going to look into these

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  4. looking forward to doing the Summer Reading challenge with everyone, happy reading!
    Helen

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  5. Found your blog over at Book Blogs, I love your colors and background. I am now following you, hope you will drop in and check out my blog at kittycrochettwo.blogspot.com
    Have an awesome week!

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  6. Congrats on finishing the challenge! Wishing you many happy reads in the future...

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  7. Congratulations on your list.
    These are all new authors to me.

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  8. Congrats on completeing the challenge Freda, that's a great looking list. Susan always comes up with great ideas for challenges.

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