Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The TBR (to be read) List

This is my TBR list for 2011. It's been my plan to finish each one and write a review on the Yahoo Contributor Network. More lofty goals, I know. Before I start reading the books, in no particular order, I need to finish The Hobbit, and complete my WIP which means reading more than just a few chapters and writing, at least, 1000 words a day. So here goes.

TBR List

1. The Silver Chair, CS Lewis
2. Ranger's Apprentice, John Flanagan
3. Fusion Fire, Kathy Tyres
4. A Star Curiously Singing, Kerry Nietz
5. Eafin Lokdore and the Altar of the Sun, RG Edwards
6. Blink, Ted Dekker
7. Waste Lands, Stephen King
8. It's a Dance, Patrick Oden
9. This Present Darkness, Frank Peretti,
10. Vampire Labyrinth, GP Taylor

If any of these authors would like me to set up a link to where to buy their books just leave your link in the comment section. Hehehe, I crack myself up sometimes.

Debby A.


Sharon Lynne said...

What a fascinating list!

I don't have a list. But other people have made one for me. Friends bring me things--not sure if this is good or bad.

"There is a God."--how the world's most notorious atheist changed his mind. By Antony Flew

"Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe

"The Valley of Vision" a collection of Puritan Prayers & Devotions--from my friend Sunny. I'll read one of these each day.

From mom, "House Rules" by Jodi Picoult--a mother of a boy with Aspergers syndrome wonders if he is involved in a murder.

And the teacher I work with added "California HSP Math-Teacher edition 5th grade" Oh Wonderful.

The Gatekeeper said...

Ah, very interesting list. You will have to let us know how many of these you can put on the "Read" list. Thanks Sharon.

Jane said...

TBR list is too long.

Sharon Norris Elliott said...

I just gathered a bunch of books at ICRS. Most of them are in a box being shipped to me, but my immediate TBR is the book I brought home and started on the airplane: Ted Dekker's new book, Forbidden, the first in a new series (The Books of Mortals) and written with Tosca Lee. I still have TBR books from Mount Hermon 2010 and 2011.

Kerry Nietz said...

Well...A Star Curiously Singing can be had lots of places--at the Marcher Lord Press site, Amazon, Barnes and Noble,

Here's the Amazon link:

I'm honored to have my book on your list, and your site. Especially among some I consider classics. Hope you enjoy it!