The 104 Book Challenge - 2011 discussion

Diane's 104 Off the Shelf in 2011

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Diane (readergirl235) Salting Roses, by Lorelle Marinello

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Jennifer Strand (jenniferstrand) | 155 comments Mod
There you go! Perfect!

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Diane (readergirl235) Sorry I messed up a couple times first! Can I delete the others?

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Jennifer Strand (jenniferstrand) | 155 comments Mod
I went ahead and deleted the other discussion.

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Diane (readergirl235) Thank you, ma'am.

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Diane (readergirl235) What a Difference a Dog Makes, by Dana Jennings

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Diane (readergirl235) Love Letters of Great Men, Feather Trail Press

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Diane (readergirl235) The Woman in White, by Wilkie Collins

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Hannah (indiereadergirl) I love the title of your thread Diane! How did you like The Woman in White?

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Diane (readergirl235) Thanks, Hannah. I loved The Woman in White. Have you read it? It's full of gothic intrigue and expertly written. For a Victorian novel, it was very engrossing, I thought.

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Hannah (indiereadergirl) I haven't yet. It is on my TBR shelf. I am currently writing my senior thesis on Gothic Fiction, somewhat directly and indirectly.

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Diane (readergirl235) Perfect! You'll love it.

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Diane (readergirl235) One Day, by David Nicholls

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Amber (memyshelfandi) | 69 comments What did you think of One Day? I just picked it up in ePub form for my eReader and it's coming up pretty fast on my list for reading.

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Hannah (indiereadergirl) I loved One Day. It was unique and a very fast read.

message 16: by Mikela (new)

Mikela Just looked up One Day. There was an old Alan Alda movie with the same theme. I can't remember who played the woman, but they got together the same time and place every year. It went through their lives for decades. Good flick.

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Hannah (indiereadergirl) I should try to look that movie up.

message 18: by Mikela (new)

Mikela Think it was called "Same Time Next Year". Mind you, it was years ago that I saw it so might have a different opinion of it now.

message 19: by Diane (new)

Diane (readergirl235) I liked One Day very much. It's extremely well written, original and unpredictable. I did feel like it was a bit young for my 46 years, but I definitely still enjoyed it.

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Diane (readergirl235) Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte

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Diane (readergirl235) Loud in the House of Myself, by Stacy Pershall

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Diane (readergirl235) The Cinderella Deal, Jennifer Crusie

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