What I read in 2010: The completed list

1. The Evolution Of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly
2. French Milk by Lucy Knisley
3. Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
4. Breakfast In Bed by Robin Kaye
5. The Day The Falls Stood Still by Cathy Marie Buchanan
6. The Smart One and the Pretty One by Claire LaZebnik
7. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy: The Last Man In The World by Abigail Reynolds
8. The Sweetheart Of Prosper County by Jill S. Alexander
9. Fat Cat by Robin Brande
10. Blankets by Craig Thompson
11. Austenland by Shannon Hale
12. A Match Made In High School by Kristin Walker
13. When She Flew by Jennie Shortridge
14. Walking In Circles Before Lying Down by Merrill Markoe
15. The Summer We Fell Apart by Robin Antalek
16. Boys, Bears, And A Serious Pair Of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald
17. The Cougar Club by Susan McBride
18. The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg
19. Almost Home by Pam Jenoff
20. The Next Thing On My List by Jill Smolinski
21. Raven Stole The Moon by Garth Stein
22. Pretty Little Liars by Sara Shepard
23. The Dead And The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer
24. Scarlett Fever by Maureen Johnson
25. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
26. Balancing Acts by Zoe Fishman
27. Just Like Me, Only Better by Carol Snow
28. The Girl Who Chased The Moon by Sarah Addison Allen
29. The Lunatic, The Lover, And The Poet by Myrlin Hermes
30. Something Blue by Emily Giffin
31. Cherries In Winter by Suzan Colón
32. Get Lucky by Katherine Center
33. Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner
34. The Man Who Loved Pride & Prejudice by Abigail Reynolds
35. Rumor Has It by Jill Mansell
36. On Folly Beach by Karen White
37. Somebody Everybody Listens To by Suzanne Supplee
38. The Summer We Read Gatsby by Danielle Ganek
39. Life After Yes by Aidan Donnelley Rowley
40. The One That I Want by Allison Winn Scotch
41. The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner by Stephenie Meyer
42. Knit In Comfort by Isabel Sharpe
43. Lost by Jacqueline Davies
44. Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
45. The Lies We Told by Diane Chamberlain
46. Rowan The Strange by Julie Hearn
47. The Truth About Delilah Blue by Tish Cohen
48. Good Things by Mia King
49. The Season Of Second Chances by Diane Meier
50. Hot Mess: Summer In The City by Julie Kraut and Shallon Lester
51. Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner
52. Sea Escape by Lynne Griffin
53. How To Be An American Housewife by Margaret Dilloway
54. One Day by David Nicholls
55. Short Girls by Bich Minh Nguyen
56. Write The Right Words by Sandra E. Lamb
57. The Other Mothers’ Club by Samantha Baker
58. Dangerous Neighbors by Beth Kephart
59. Bright Lights, Big Ass by Jen Lancaster
60. Top 8 by Katie Finn
61. Holly’s Inbox: Scandal In The City by Holly Denham
62. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
63. Maybe This Time by Jennifer Crusie
64. The Sky Always Hears Me by Kirstin Cronn-Mills
65. The Recessionistas by Alexandra Lebenthal
66. I Remember You by Harriet Evans
67. Marcelo In The Real World by Francisco X. Stork
68. Hummingbirds by Joshua Gaylord
69. I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk
70. Extraordinary by Nancy Werlin
71. A Desirable Residence by Madeleine Wickham
72. J’adore New York by Isabelle Laflèche
73. The Debutante by Kathleen Tessaro
74. The DUFF by Kody Keplinger
75. Morning Glory by Diana Peterfreund
76. Friday Mornings At Nine by Marilyn Brant
77. Brava, Valentine by Adriana Trigiani
78. Dating Mr. December by Phillipa Ashley
79. The News Where You Are by Catherine O’Flynn
80. Cover The Butter by Carrie Kabak
81. The Mischief Of The Mistletoe by Lauren Willig
82. The Love Goddess’ Cooking School by Melissa Senate
83. The Princess Of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese
84. High Tea by Sandra Harper
85. The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott by Kelly O’Connor McNees


12 thoughts on “What I read in 2010: The completed list

  1. This is a great list! You seem to be really good at variety – reading different kinds of books and not just sticking to the same authors again and again (that’s a rut I tend to fall into.) I’m going to have to check a lot of these out!

  2. My mother has kept a list of all the books she’s read since 1991!!! It is a paper list, and she writes down the book title, author, genre, level of difficulty, number of pages and then ranks it 1-5. It is totally old-school and I love it. She’s a high school librarian, so the sheet of paper is geared towards high schoolers, but she has the folder of them that she’s saved! She prints out more copies of the sheet of paper when she is close to the end of the page. I love it, and I love reading back and seeing the books she’s read…again, since 1991!!! Insane.

    I really should keep track of what I read….

  3. are you kidding? you are the review guru!!! i barely reviewed 26 books this year–weak, i know–but i blame it mostly on audio books. i listen to 6 to 8 audio books a month–more when i’m traveling–and can’t quite work up the energy to review them all! that said, i’m inspired by your moxie and resolve to review more books this year! 🙂 happy 2011, buddy.

  4. Did you really review every single book you read this year? My jaw just hit the floor. That is fantastic!!! And pretty darn inspiring.

  5. Congrats on a great year of reading and reviewing! I’ve read 7 on your list, and I know that you’ve caused quite a few more than that to bulk up my to-read list 😉

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