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One more Reading Challenge


Ok, so I wasn't going to join another one, but I read so much chick lit, this one should be easy! The rules are to read ten chick lit books in 2010!
Here's my list so far:
1. The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg
2. Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles
3. Heist Society by Ally Carter
4. Boys, Girls and Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman
5. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
6. The Season by Sarah MacLean

Comments

  1. Ally Carter can write no wrong. :D Heist Society looks really good.

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  2. Your reading goals are so ambitious. Unfortunately, so far my 2010 reading has been slow because of my writing goals. Once the writing goals slow down, then I can pick up on the reading.

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  3. All the best to you on all ur challenges.. I have only joined your Georgia Nicholson challenge. I think that's all I can take up for now.:)

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  4. So glad to have you aboard, Sarah! Awesome start to your list. I've got Heist Society on my list too (along with Gallagher Girls book 4). Can't go wrong with Ally, no? :-)

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  5. The Season, oh, how I loved it! I hope that you enjoy all of your books. It looks like a great list, many of the titles are on my own. Thanks for joining the challenge.

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