Wow! Never in wildest dreams did I think I could read so much.
I completed every book I posted in the first post for this challenge (you may view my list here) except one plus these:
Dawn's Prelude by Tracie Peterson
English Trifle by Josi S. Kilpack
A Measure of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling (completed; review isn't posted yet)
They Almost Always come Home by Cynthia Ruchti
Morning's Refrain by Tracie Peterson
A Cousin's Prayer by Wanda E. Brunstetter (completed; review isn't posted yet)
A Cousin's Challenge by Wanda E. Brunstetter (reading in process)
Somewhere to Belong by Judith Miller (reading in process)
Words of Comfort for Time of Loss by Cecil Murphey and Liz Allison
21 Simple things you can do to help Someone with Diabetes by Cherie Burbach
Green, American Style by Anna M. Clark
Too Soon to say Goodbye by Susan Titus Osborn, Karne L. Kosman and Jeenie Gordon
God's Truth Revealed by Kathy Howard
The PLAN A Woman in the PLAN B World by Debbie Taylor Williams
Raising a Modern-Day Princess by Pam Farrel & Doreen Hanna
The Real Prince Charming by Michelle Raftery
Making a case for Life by Stephanie Wincik
The Right to Lead by John C. Maxwell
When Love Ends and the Ice Cream Carton is Empty by Jackie M. Johnson (reading in process)
When a man you love was abused by Cecil Murphey (reading in process)
D*I*V*A*S of the Divine by Donna McCrary & Sherri Holbert (reading in process)
The Totaled Woman by Marcia Veldhuis (reading in process)
I Am Hutterite by Mary-Ann Kirkby (reading in process)
Plan B by Pete Wilson
This Little Prayer of Mine by Anthony DeStefano
Pookster and the Loose Tooth by Rhonda Funk
Pookster and the Practically Perfectly Pickle by Rhonda Funk
Sammy catches the Gloomy Loomies by Hayley L. Howell
Herman by Tayler Roberson
The Squire and the Scroll by Jennie Bishop (completed; review isn't posted yet)
The Night After Christmas by Jim Chapman
Summer in Paris by Michele Ashman Bell (completed; review isn't posted yet)
Penny and Rio: The Mysterious Backyard Meeting by Jennifer Swanson
Who loves the Little Lamb? by Lexlie Evans
Jake the Snake by Shelly Faith Nicholson (completed; review isn't posted yet)
The Time Pirate by Ted Bell (reading in process)
What's New, Cupcake? (completed; review isn't posted yet)
- Did you finish reading all the books on your spring reading list? If not, why not?
Total of 42 books completed for the Spring Thing Challenge. 9 books with Reading in progress. WoW! That's a lot of books
- Did you stick to your original goals or did you change your list as you went along?
- What was your favorite book that you read this spring?
- Least favorite? I would have to say was Plan B by Pete Wilson and Jake the Snake by Faith Nicholson Why? Language for the most part.
- Did you discover a new author or genre this spring? Did you love them? Not love them?
- What was your favorite thing about the challenge?