In case anyone has been waiting for an update in my reading quest, my pace has slowed down significantly *sad face*. Also I have added quite a few books to my list, there is no way I am reading all of these books this year, but I will still try. Here is my list the ones in red are the ones I have already read, blue are the ones I am currently reading, and pink are the books that I currently own, the other books I will either borrow from the library or from some family or friend who has them…

1. The Time Traveler’s Wife- Audrey Niffenegger
2. Dear John- Nicolas Sparks (276 Pages)
3. House Rules-Jodi Picoult (532 Pages)
4. Bed of Roses- Nora Roberts (368 pages)
5. Wicked- Gregory Maguire (538 pages)
6. The Lucky One- Nicolas Sparks (352 pages)
7. The Lovely Bones- Alice Sebold (368 pages)
8. The Sun Also Rises- Earnest Hemingway (251 pages)
9. Friday Night Knitting Club- Kate Jacobs (384 pages)
10. Savor the Moment- Nora Roberts (352 pages)
11. Learning to Think- Peter White (328 pages)
12. The Road- Cormac McCarthy
13. Something Borrowed- Emily Griffin (352 Pages)
14. Something Blue- Emily Griffin (368 Pages)
15. Baby Proof- Emily Griffin (368 Pages)

16. Knit Two- Kate Jacobs (336 pages)
17. Love the one you’re with- Emily Griffin (368 Pages)
18. Heart of the Matter- Emily Griffin (384 Pages)
19. Vanishing Acts- Jodi Picoult (448 pages)
20. Knit the Season: A Friday night knitting club Novel- Kate Jacobs (272 pages)
21. Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy- Douglas Adams (224 pages)
22. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe- Douglas Adams (256 pages)
23. Life, the Universe and Everything- Douglas Adams (240 pages)
24. So long, and Thanks for all the Fish- Douglas Adams (224 pages)
25. Mostly Harmless- Douglas Adams (240 pages)

26. Second Glance- Jodi Picoult (448 pages)
27. Perfect Match- Jodi Picoult (368 pages)
28. Happy Ever After- Nora Roberts (320 pages)
29. Salem Falls- Jodi Picoult (464 pages)
30. Message in a Bottle- Nicolas Sparks (352 pages)
31. Keeping Faith- Jodi Picoult (448 pages)
32. The Rescue- Nicolas Sparks (339 pages)
33. The Girl who played with Fire- Stieg Larsson (630 pages)
34. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo- Stieg Larsson (608 pages)
35. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest- Stieg Larsson (576 pages)
36. Son of a Witch- Gregory Maguire (352 Pages)
37. The Pact- Jodi Picoult (416 pages)
38. A Bend in the Road- Nicolas Sparks (352 pages)
39. Mercy- Jodi Picoult (416 pages)
40. Nights in Rodanthe- Nicolas Sparks (240 pages)
41. Picture Perfect- Jodi Picoult (384 pages)
42. The Alchemist- Paulo Coehlo (208 pages)
43. A Lion among Men- Gregory Maguire (336 pages)
44. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies- Jane Austen/ Seth Grahame-Smith (320 pages)
45. The Wedding- Nicolas Sparks (304 pages)
46. Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister- Gregory Maguire (384 pages)
47. Harvesting the Heart- Jodi Picoult (464 pages)
48. Three Weeks with my Brother- Nicolas Sparks (368 pages)
49. Songs of the Humpback Whale- Jodi Picoult (352 pages)
50. Lost- Gregory Maguire (352 pages)
51. The Guardian- Nicolas Sparks (384 pages)
52. Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India, and Indonesia – Elizabeth Gilbert (352 Pages)
53. The Blind Side- Michael Lewis (352 pages)
54. True Believer- Nicolas Sparks (480 pages)
55. At First Sight- Nicolas Sparks (352 pages)
56. Mirror, Mirror- Gregory Maguire (320 pages)
57. The Choice- Nicolas Sparks (336 pages)
58. Three Cups of Tea- Greg Mortenson (349 pages)
59. Just take my heart- Mary Higgins (416 pages)
60. The last child- John Hart (432 pages)
61. Look Again- Lisa Scottoline (416 pages)
62. Olive Kitteridge- Elizabeth Strout (304 pages)
63. The Shack- William P. Young (272 pages)
64. And Another Thing- Eoin Colfer (288 pages)
65. The Art of Racing in the Rain- (336 pages)
66. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet- Jamie Ford (320 pages)
67. MENNONITE IN A LITTLE BLACK DRESS, by Rhoda Janzen (272 pages)
68. Di Vinci Code- Dan Brown

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