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One More Thing to do Starting in November

I clicked on the Reading Challenge link on my sidebar just now and discovered that it's going on again this year! Yay! Here are the five books I've chosen to read  for the Challenge beginning November 1st and ending January 30th:

1.  Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut (this was on my and jewel's classics list; she read it this summer, but i never got around to it till now!)
2.  Catch-22 by Joseph Heller (i included this one because it's on the nanoremo list, so i'll be reading it anway.)
3.  Like the Red Panda by Andrea Seigel (i actually forgot i bought this one!)
4.  Curly Lambeau by David Zimmerman (i bought this one last january when i was in green bay, but never got aroud to reading it.)
5.  Split Ends by Kristin Billerbeck (bought this one last summer; almost forgot i had it!)

Those are my official Challenge books, but I have five others I'm planning to read over the next couple months or so:

1.  Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (a local slo author who works(ed) at the slo county library.)
2.  Mother Aegypt by Kage Baker (another local author from pismo beach. i love her company novels!)
3.  Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam by M.C. Beaton (i've had this book forever and will finally read it before the end of 2007!)
4.  Wipeout! by Chip Huges (the second book of his i bought in hawaii this past june.)
5.  Wing Beat by Marilyn Meredith (another local author, i bought this book at the book and author festival recently.)

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