I have started a new blog! I haven't yet decided what to do with this one.
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I have been doing quite a bit of reading this year and thought I would post my book list. These are books I have read since January 1st 2009.
1. Ender In Exile - Orson Scott Card
2. Coraline - Neil Gaiman
3. Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
4. New Moon - Stephenie Meyer
5. Eclipse - Stephenie Meyer
6. Breaking Dawn - Stepenie Meyer
7. Stardust - Neil Gaiman
8. Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman
9. Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson
10. American Gods - Neil Gaiman
11. The 19th Wife - David Ebershoff
12. No Plot? No Problem! - Chris Baty
13. The Host - Stephenie Meyer
14. The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
15. UR - Stephen King
16. First Meetings - Orson Scott Card
17. The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman
18. Uglies - Scott Westerfeld
19. Pretties - Scott Westerfeld
20. Specials - Scott Westerfeld
21. Extras - Scott Westerfeld
22. The Chosen One - Carol Lynch Williams
23. My Sister's Keeper - Jodi Picoult
24. The Golden Compass, His Dark Materials Part 1 - Philip Pullman
25. The Bourne Identity - Robert Ludlum
26. The Subtle Knife, His Dark Materials Part 2 - Philip Pullman
Most were fantastic, others, not so much. The series by Scott Westerfeld for one. That was more, I read the first one, and felt compelled to finish the series, no matter how bad they were. Good news, they were a fast read, and the torment was over quickly.
I have a love of both Neil Gaiman and Neal Stephenson. Must be something with the first name, no matter how it's spelled. I think I have read pretty much anything either author has ever written. Both have very different styles and subject matter, but yet, both are equally intriguing.
Of course anything Orson Scott Card, and the Ender series specifically, I must read.
My latest obsession is Philip Pullman's series, His Dark Materials. To keep the suspense, I have been reading something else in between each. Currently I am reading: The Little Giant of Aberdeen County by Tiffany Baker. Then I will finish the HDM series.
Posted by Heather at 09:54
knittinpretty's Shop Announcement
Most of this year has been very quiet for Knittin' Pretty. This is mainly because my husband and I have been busy building a house! We are moving the first week in September, but need to start packing now. We thought the first 5 months were hard, but now the real work begins...
I will be closing the shop temporarily to accommodate this move, and should be reopening again sometime in mid September. This reopening will be accompanied with a sale - so keep your eyes open for the announcement!
If you would like to be notified of the reopening and receive the store newsletter, please send an email to heather (at) lost-angel (dot) com. Use the subject NEWSLETTER.
Thank you - hope to see you again soon!
Posted by Heather at 14:51
Blah! Yes, I realize that my goal to write everyday, or nearly so has already fallen off quite pathetically. But really, I have just run out of stories. I knew I was limited, but I didn't really think I had so little in my memory.
New plan brewing - I am working on taking it in a new direction, and once I get the ideas to gel, I will be starting the writing again.
Posted by Heather at 18:42
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Posted by Heather at 21:06
If you have been keeping up with my writing exercise, you know I've been writing about a boy named Jason.
I realized tonight as I was writing, that his stories are almost always somewhat depressing. Why I started with him, I'm not sure. His stories just called out to be told first. Hang in there, I have other stories in me too.