What's on Your Bookshelf?

I have decided to share my love of books with all my blog readers. Since the age of 3 I have been an avid reader and book lover. I have set a personal goal of reading 1 book per month and so far I have not done that this year.

I have very eclectic taste in reading material. I have been know to read everything from the classics to trashy romance and every genre in between. Each Saturday I will posting my thoughts on books that I have currently read & some that I have read in the past.


  1. I will read anything but science fiction - I think I lost my love for that when I had to read 'Z for Zachariah' in high school.

    Here's a short story for you - when I met hubby, he came to pick me up for our first date. My house mate let him in, coz like most females, I wasn't ready. Anyway in the car heading out, he asked who read the Dean Koontz books - I said me, why, and apparently he loves them too. I have never missed an issue and have them alphabetically by title on my bookshelf!

  2. I LOVE Dean Koontz too! I have ALL of his books, alphabetically on my bookshelf too!! LOL I just bought his new Odd Thomas one yesterday & couldn't put it down last night!!!! SOOOOOOOO good!!! I find I don't have as much time to read but when I try to read for an hour before bed!!

  3. What fun!! I love reading as well though I usually stick to fantasy or romance. I don't have a lot on our bookshelf, most of it is books my hubby had bought before we were together and now a lot of his college literary novels that he's had to read (well that and the tons of children's books we have), but I LOVE going to the library. We try to go at least a couple times a month and last month I have to admit I went a couple times a week, lol. I get into moods where I'll read a ton of books and then stop for a while. Last month I read the first book to David Edding's Dreamer Series, Shana Abe's Dream Thief, Twilight, and then Sunshine. I was aching for a really full read and Sunshine finally did it. Twilight is one of those mindless reads with not a whole lot of plot and it's more geared toward teens so it's really easy reading. Sunshine is much more in depth and the only thing that makes me sad is that there isn't a sequel. It's by Robin McKinley. Anyway, this sounds like fun, I'm always on the look out for a new good book to check out :D


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