Favorite Books of the Year

I’m sorry I was too lazy to go get the covers for your enjoyment :-/ These aren’t in order, just the order I thought of them.
10) Changeless and Soulless by Gail Carringer–I need to get Blameless!
9) The Search by La Nora
8) Exclusively Yours by Shannon Stacey
7) Honey Trap by Julie Cohen
6) Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Hunger Games
5) Disaster Status by Candace Calvert—feisty heroine and firefighter hero, le sigh!
4) Winter Longing and The Family Man by Tricia Mills and Trish Milburn—Trish hit twice with these!
3) The Ghost Exterminator by Vivi Andrews
2) Life As We Knew It
1) Happy Ever After by La Nora

Books that converted me to new authors:
Too Good to be True-Kristan Higgins
Duchess by Night Eloisa James

What were your favorites this year?

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. MicheleKS
    Dec 29, 2010 @ 08:05:28

    La Nora had a banner year- loved ‘The Search’ and ‘Happy Ever After’.

    My new author discovery was Meljean Brook with ‘The Iron Duke’- an amazing book that introduced me a to a whole new genre (Steampunk).

    ‘When Harry Met Molly’ by Kieran Kramer was an awesome debut- it really put a smile on my face.

    ‘Edge of Sight’ by Roxanne St. Claire- the start of a new series for her (miss the Bullet Catchers but hope to see them in the new series at some time).

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  2. Trish Milburn
    Dec 29, 2010 @ 13:16:51

    Aww, thanks Mary for the mentions. You are too sweet!

    Some of my faves from this year:
    Sunrise Over Texas (MJ Fredrick 🙂
    City of Ashes and City of Glass (Cassandra Clare)
    New Blood and Heart’s Blood (Gail Dayton)
    Life As We Knew It (Susan Beth Pfeffer)
    Lover Mine (J.R. Ward)
    Mockingjay (Suzanne Collins)
    Worldshaker (Richard Harland)
    Silver Phoenix (Cindy Pon)
    The Book Thief (Markus Zusak)
    Leviathan and Behemoth (Scott Westerfeld)
    Uglies (Scott Westerfeld)
    Matched (Ally Condie) — am reading this now

    This year, I read steampunk for the first time and am loving it. Also continued to reach for dystopian and post-apocolyptic, especially in YA.

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  3. Marianne Arkins
    Dec 30, 2010 @ 17:08:31

    Read and loved both Nora books … she did good 🙂

    LOVED both Shannon Stacey books: “Exclusively Yours” and “Undeniably Yours”.

    Read and completely enjoyed a zombie hunter book — surprised me! “Ashley Drake, Zombie Hunter” by Dana Fredsti

    Totally got into all of Paula Grave’s Cooper books.

    LOVED “The Vampire and the Virgin” by Kerrelyn Sparks

    Is that enough? *G*

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  4. mjfredrick
    Dec 30, 2010 @ 23:55:18

    Michele, I’ve never read Roxanne St. Clair, but I need to.

    Trish, you read a TON of YA! We actually read some of the same books! And glad you loved Sunrise 🙂

    Marianne, I have the other Shannon Stacey and all of Paula’s books. Need…more…time.

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