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Thursday, January 03, 2008

TT #81



Books on My Shelves that Fit January's Challenge:

Thirteen Books with an Animal in the Title



  1. Norby and the Oldest Dragon by Janet & Isaac Asimov


  2. Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, ed. by Robert Asprin


  3. Song of the Beast by Carol Berg


  4. Orca by Steven Brust


  5. Hart's Hope by Orson Scott Card


  6. The Lion's Daughter by Loretta Chase


  7. Serpent by Clive Cussler and Paul Kemprecos


  8. Sleeping with the Fishes by MaryJanice Davidson


  9. Cat in an Orange Twist by Carole Nelson Douglas


  10. Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos by R. L. LaFevers


  11. Secret for a Nightingale by Victoria Holt


  12. The Big Bad Wolf Tells All by Donna Kauffman


  13. Heart of the Tiger by Lynn Kerstan




Links to other Thursday Thirteens!

  1. Jennifer Shirk: presents
  2. Angela/SciFiChick: top sf/f of 2007
  3. what Di learned
  4. Ellen B: Ben Franklin resolutions
  5. Janet: MA towns
  6. Xakara: smilies
  7. Babystepper: presents
  8. Lori: common resolutions
  9. Melody: Blood Brothers
  10. what Frances has been up to
  11. Joely Sue Burkhart: goals
  12. Harris Channing's 2007
  13. Heather: books
  14. Ann: goals
  15. Julia: Blood Brothers
  16. Patrizia: resolutions
  17. Robin: cold remedies
  18. Lisa Andel: nekkid men and women
  19. You're next!


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The purpose of the meme is to get to know everyone who participates a little bit better every Thursday. Visiting fellow Thirteeners is encouraged! If you participate, leave the link to your Thirteen in others comments. It’s easy, and fun! Be sure to update your Thirteen with links that are left for you, as well! I will link to everyone who participates and leaves a link to their 13 things. Trackbacks, pings, comment links accepted!




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Cool!
(That Donna Kauffman one was a pretty good read.)
 
The only one I've read is Sleeping with the Fishes.. I'll read any MJ Davidson!
 
I'll add The Beast by Tracy Thompson to your beast selection. Tracy is one of my favorite bloggers:
http://maternallychallenged.typepad.com

I LOVE blogs about books!!!
 
We have one of those books around here. The Serpent. I wonder if I could come up with 13 books with an animal in the title that we own...
Happy New Year!
 
LOVE the artwork for Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos! Thanks for visiting :-)
 
I just got the sequel to Sleeping with the Fishes, but I haven't read it yet. I should get to doing that when I feel better.

Can I say I loverd the covers! They took back to cruising the library shelves of the sci-fi/fantasy section as a kid. Or cruising the used bookstores now. *grin*

Happy TT

~X
 
I haven't read any of those, although I've read other books by a couple of those authors.
 
Nope, I havent read one of those books. I am curious about #12. Was it good?? Happy TT and thanks for stopping by:)Its always great to see you.
 
Great theme, Darla! Happy reading! :)
 
All new to me.
Love the cover of the Cat with An Orange Twist Book.
Thanks for taking the time to visit me.
Happy New Year.
 
Man, I don't think I could find 13 on my shelf! Hmmm, now I'm curious. I haven't read any of these, but I've read other Loretta Chase (Lord of Scoundrels).
 
Fun list and I love how you displayed the animal titles.

Have a great 2008!

~Harris.
 
Ah, another book TT. Tell me the Divas don't rule! *VBG*
 
Cool list. I've read Sleeping with the Fishes (fun book). The Big Bad Wolf Tells All sounds interesting. Happy TT (and Happy New Year)! :)
 
Darla - darn, I was hoping that one of the book you listed would help me figure out what to read for January challenge with animals in it titles....LOL

Great list, I've not yet read Donna Kauffman books but Annie been trying to get me to read her for long time now *grin*...am I being bad? LOL....

Great list! Happy TTs
 
I'm not sure I could find 13 on my shelf and I have a fair collection of books. Now what does that say? LOL!

Happy TT and thanks for stopping by!

Gabriella Hewitt
www.gabriellahewitt.com
 
They're all new to me too. Sleeping With the Fishes sounds like a fun read.
 
Some of these look like fun. I have read the "Fishes" one, and enjoyed that.
 
I was surprised how many I'd come up with, especially since I had trouble finding one in my TBR pile.

Sleeping with the Fishes and The Big Bad Wolf Tells All were both fun reads.

Janet, the story in Theodosia is just as good as the artwork: think a cross between Indiana Jones and the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (the kids' story about the museum).

Julia, I've given you 16 examples! (13 here and 3 more in the TBR Challenge post) Boy, you're demanding! :)
 
Interesting reading list. Good luck with your challenge. Thanks for visiting my T13.
 
LOL Darla! I'm not demanding LOL...it just none of the books you listed are in my TBR pile! And I was hoping to make it easier for me to grab it in my piles when I know I have it LOL

Now, I've to check my TBR pile to see what books would work for this challenge hehehehee :) *smooches*
 
The Clive Cussler book is on my TBR list. Happy TT.
 
Taking notes here, since I got some gift certificates for Christmas...
 
Nice list! Thanks for visiting my TT; sorry I'm this late in returning the favour!
 
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