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message 1: by Dianne (new)

Dianne | 5 comments I’m basing this list on the 2019 Pop Sugar List. I’ve used this list for two years and it’s so much fun! I’ve started my list so that I can have a place to start right in the new year but I’ll look forward to adding books as I become interested. Enjoy everyone!
1. Death on the Nile
2. A Christmas Memory
3. Fahrenheit 451
4. A Prayer for Owen Meany
5. Cold,Sassy Tree
6. Elinor Olliphant is fine
7. Why do men have nipples?
8. The woman in the window
9. The Woman’s Comfort Book
10. The Ocean at the End of the Lane
11. Norse mythology
12. The Handmaid’s Tale
13. The Incomplete Book of Running
14. Snow falling on Cedars
15. The Godfather
16. Lost Words
17. Company of Liars

message 2: by Susy (new)

Susy (susysstories) Good luck & happy reading Dianne!

message 3: by Blagica , Cheerleader! (new)

Blagica  | 12009 comments Awesome list so far I can't wait to see how the year turns out for you.

message 4: by Ilona, Global Moderator (new)

Ilona | 3986 comments You have a lot of great titles on this list Dianne! Good luck next year :)

message 5: by Dianne (new)

Dianne | 5 comments I need to add at least 8 more titles to get my total to 25.

18. The Sun Does Shine, How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row
19. The Painted Ladies
20. Educated
21. Us Against You
22. Still Me, Me Before You
23. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
24. I’ll be gone in the dark, One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer
25. Cold, Sassy Tree

message 6: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (debelizlam) | 12 comments I love your list-
It has some of my very favorites on it.
Love to hear how you like Cold Sassy Tree and Owen Meany

message 7: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie Sobotik | 2 comments You'll love The Sun Does Shine. I highly recommend listening to Oprah's interview with Ray as well (Super Soul podcast). Oprah said that not since "The Color Purple" has a book touched her this much. Definitely a great read and an eye opener for many readers.

Owen Meany is one of my top 5 favorite books of all time. Some of the other 5 fall out of the top 5 from time to time, but never Owen Meany. Just loved it.

message 8: by Cassie (new)

Cassie | 339 comments I remember reading Owen Meany in 12th grade and loving it. It might be time to go back and read it again!

Also, I think you listed Cold, Sassy Tree twice :)

message 9: by Ilona, Global Moderator (new)

Ilona | 3986 comments How is it going with your challenge so far, Dianne?

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