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Thursday, November 06, 2008

TT #116

Thirteen Books from My Shelves
that Fit the November TBR Challenge

My TBR Challenge for November is to read a book with a weather event in its title. Here are thirteen books I've already read that fit the challenge. Links are to my review if I read them after I started this blog; otherwise they're to B&N.

  1. Chill Factor by Rachel Caine (#4).

  2. Flood Tide by Clive Cussler.

  3. Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale (#30).

  4. Heat Lightning by Anne Stuart.

  5. Hot Spell by Emma Holly, Lora Leigh, Shiloh Walker, and Meljean Brook (#16).

  6. Ice Storm by Anne Stuart.

  7. A Little Ray of Sunshine by Lani Diane Rich.

  8. Midnight Rain by Holly Lisle (#2).

  9. Prince of Ice by Emma Holly.

  10. The Snow Garden by Christopher Rice (#27).

  11. Storm Front by Jim Butcher.

  12. Storm Warning by Nora Roberts.

  13. Upon a Midnight Clear by Lynn Erickson.

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  10. PopinFresh: pet peeves in books
  11. On a Limb with Claudia: thoughts on kindness
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  13. Sandy Carlson: November
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  15. Julia: Booking Through Thursday
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I tell you, that Jim Butcher is one heck of a writer!
 
Yes, he is. :)
 
Happy TT...haven't read any of the books on your list but they definitely fit your challenge theme.
 
I have a book called The Weatherman, I guess that would qualify. But I have not read it at this point. Not much time for reading these days. If the internet plug gets pulled I'll start whittling down my stack of books.
 
Good luck!
 
Flowers from the Storm is a great book. I think you should count it as elevating the genre, rather than being an exception.
 
Very cool challenge. 'Storm Front' looks like a good one.
 
I haven't read any of those. I do love Nora Roberts though so I might have to try that one.
 
I love Rachel Caine and Nora Roberts
 
I haven't read any of those but I like the idea. I may steal it!
 
Good list! The only one I read was Chill Factor and I agree it was a good book.

~ Popin
 
I always amazed at how much you do - amazing books - great reviews - plus husband and kids and Germany and....
 
i love to read but i never tried to read 13 books in a month.
good for you and thanks for the visit. :)
 
That's a nice selection on your shelf!
 
Great book list. There are a few there I haven't read that I plan on checking out. Happy TT!
 
Goodness..you always met the expection of the challenge! Those are some great list of "Weather event in its titles" books. I still have a hard times finding Anne Stuart's older backlist books. Unless they are reissues, my luck isn't happening *sigh*...

I still haven't finish reading the October Challenge yet. So am trying to get through it before I get to November Challenge.
 
Alice, I think you're right.

Julia, I was really surprised I found 13 books on my shelves that fit the challenge. I didn't think I'd have that many.
 
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