2010 100+ Reading Challenge

Having started my serious blogging journey this past June, this was a challenge that I was curious about but was unsure if was a reachable goal at at that time.  I still have not sat down and organized my reviews of this year to see where I have landed, but I hope to do that soon.  I also need to really organize my Challenges for 2010.  🙂

This one is really an ideal Challenge for me, and really for anyone who reads a lot.  You can use this with any other challenge, so for instance, I also signed up for the challenge to read 25 YA reads in 2010.  I can include those 25 in this challenge.  Interested on knowing more?  Stop over at J Kayes Blog and find the official sign up post.

1.Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling

2. The Mayo Clinic Diet and Journal

3. Mass Casualties by Michael Anthony

4. hush hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

5. Monique And The Mango Rains by Kris Holloway

6. What To Do When The Roof Caves In by Marilyn Meberg

7. The Heretics Daughter by Kathleen Kent

8. Denise’s Daily Dozen by Denise Austin

9. The Fruit Of My Lipstick by Shelley Adina

10.  The Mercy Seller by Brenda Rickman Vantrease

11.  War Child by Emmanuel Jal

12.  Rene Has Two Last Names by Rene Calato Lainez

13.  The Mother Daughter Book Club by Shireen Dodson

14.  I, Alex Cross by James Patterson

15.  Home Is Where The Wine Is by Laurie Perry

16.  The Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter and Sweet By Jamie Ford

17.  Swoon At Your Own Risk by Sydney Salter

18.  Hear No Evil by Matthew Paul Turner

19.  The Pastors Wife By Jennifer AILee

20.  Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

21.  Always My Brother by Jean Reagan

22.  Wounded by Claudia Mair Burney

23.  STILL A Winters Journey by Greg Budig

24.  The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

25.  The Next Thing On My List by Jill Smolinski

26.  I Hadn’t meant To Tell You This by Jacqueline Woodson

27.  My Shoes and I by Rene Colato Lainez

28.  The Thirteenth Hour by Richard Doetsch

29.  The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth Kostova

30.  Girlfriends From Campfires to Crows Feet by Monica Sheehan

31.  Balancing Acts by Zoe Fishman

32.  Very Valentine by Adriana Trigiani

33.  The Fiddler’s Gun by A.S. Peterson

34. Songbirds Under A German Moon by Tricia Goyer

35.  Little Bee by Chris Cleave

36.  Sand In My Bra From Funny Women From The Road

37.  Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins

38.  Hold Still by Nina LaCour

39.  100 Cupboards by N D Wilson

40.  Read, Remember, Recommend by Rachel Rogers Knight

41.  Worst Case by James Patterson

42.  Deadly Deals by Fern Michaels

43.  Titanic 2012 by Bill Walker

44.  Dead End Gene Pool by Wendy Burden

45.  The Arrival by Shaun Tan

46.  The Girl She Used To Be by David Cristofano

47.  Forbidden Fruit by Pearce Carefoote

48.  Life In Spite Of Me by Tricia Goyer

49.The Opposite Of Me by Sarah Pekkanen

50.  The Girls From Ames by Jeffrey Zaslow

51.  The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

52.  Annie Freeman’s Fabulous Traveling Funeral by Kris Radish

53.  Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban by J K Rowling

54.  Eyes Of Darkness by Dean Koontz

55.  Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

56.  Dreaming Of Dior by Charlotte Smith

57.  Dovey Coe by Frances O Roark Dowell

58.  The Short Second Life On Bree tanner by Stephanie Meyer

59. Guest House by Barbara Richardson

60.  The Missing Element by John Betcher

61.  At Witt’s End by Beth Solheim

62.  Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler

63.  born under a million shadows by Andrea Busfield

64.  Seven Year Switch by Claire Cook

65.  The Accidental Adult by Colin Sokolowski

66.  The Icing On The Cupcake by Jennifer Ross

67.  Not Without Hope by Nick Schuyler

68.  The Game On Diet by Krista Vernoff and A Z Ferguson

69.  The Color Purple by Alice Walker

70.  The Wildwater Walking Club by Claire Cook

71.  Thumbing Through Thoreau by Kenny Luck

72.  auf weidersehen by Christa Holder Ocker

73.  The Evolution of Shadows by Jason Quinn Malot

74.  Summer At Tiffany’s by Marjorie Hart

75.  Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

76.  Masquerade by Nancy Moser

77.  To Kill A  Mockingbird by Harper Lee

78.  I Am Nujood Age 10 and Divorced by Nojood Ali

79.  What The YUCK by the Editors of Health

80.  The I Hate To Cook Book by Peg Bracken

81.  The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

82.  ROOM by Emma Donoghue

83.  The Face On The Milk Carton by Caroline B Cooney

84.  SPEAK by Laurie Halse Anderson

85.  The Guernsey Literary Potato Peel and Pie Society by Mary Ann Schafer

86.  The Wife’s Tale by Lori Lansens

87.  The Absolute True Diary Of A Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

88.  Noah’s Castle by John Rowe Townsend

89.  The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

90.  Alice’s tea Cup by Haley Fox and Lauren Fox

91.  The LORAX by Dr. Suess

92.  The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

93.  Left To Tell by Immaculee IIibagiza

94.  The Boticelli Secret by Marina Fiorato

95.  Cake Boss by Buddy Valastro

96.  The Snow Globe by Sheila Roberts

97.  Garlic and Sapphires by Ruth Reichl

98.  Dont Sing At The Table… Life Lessons From My Grandmothers by Adraina Trigiani

99.  The Games Bible by Leigh Anderson

100.  Coffee and Fate by R J Erbacher

101.  The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck

102.  The Secret Society Of The Pink Crystal Ball by Risa Green

103.  Shiver by Maggie Steifvater

104.  Chosen – House Of Night by P.C. Cast

105.  Step On A Crack by James Patterson

106.  Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows by J K Rowling

107.  Men and Dogs by Katie Crouch

108.  Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

109.  The Postcard Killers by James Patterson

110.  The Island by Elin Hilderbrand

111.  The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot

112.  Life Sentences by Laura Lippman

113.  Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman

114.  A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

115.  House Rules by Jodi Piccoult

116.  The Passage by Justin Cronin


28 thoughts on “2010 100+ Reading Challenge

  1. Welcome to the 100+ Reading Challenge! Funny you should mention organization. It’s the reason I started this challenge. Well, that and I really wanted to read a 100 books. This is a great way to list the books read for the year. 🙂

  2. Wow, good luck! I must say, that’s a very ambitious challenge, and one I probably wouldn’t be able to do – although I do love to read every chance I get, I just couldn’t do a 100 books! 🙂

  3. You know we read at least 100 books a year, girl! I started my list around June-ish, and I am pushing 200 already…..
    This will be a fun challenge!

  4. I just discovered reading challenges last year and enjoy them … although I bit off a little bit more than I could chew! I’m being a little more cautious this year. I did this one and won’t make 100 books but I did about 20 more than the previous year. I like the challenge as a way to just keep a nice organized list of what I read and in what order. Have fun with it.

    1. Hi Jenners! I like this for organizing as well…. I plan to keep up on it better than I have this past year. I still need to plug my 2009’s into the challenge post to see where I am. 🙂

  5. Still working on the 2009 challenge but don’t think I’ll make it. Will try to do better in 2010 and read more than 100 books for the year. So glad you decided to join this one!

    1. I havent counted mine up yet Alexia561. I am kind of excited to see where I fall on this… I usually average about 60 books a year but since book blogging my reading has really increased.

    1. I am very optimistic on this Natalie – this will be my first full year of book blogging and I think my reading has increased greatly in the past 6 months. It will be fun to see where we all wind up. 🙂

  6. OK, So i wanted to start a new blog for myself for just my reading, but I havent started one yet…Any ideas what I could do? Where I can start my own blog for reading? And also, I meant o put my myspace blog up for the time being and change it but I accidently put my facebook web address for my blog. So now my name shows up twice on the members list. How can I fix this?

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