Sunday, July 12, 2015

MEME: Six in Six

Now this is a fun idea: choose six categories, choose six books you've read in the first half of 2015 that fit in those six categories, and list! I've been looking over the books I've read so far and been remembering the good and the bad. What a fun way to contemplate, analyze, and just remember our reading patterns. This meme comes originally from Jo over @ The Book Jotter. But I first read of it here @ Helen's She Reads Novels. So here we go!!
















Six books from my Most Anticipated of 2015:

1) The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
2) The Price of Blood by Patricia Bracewell
3) The Chosen Queen by Joanna Courtney
4) The Other Side of Midnight by Simone St. James
5) The Thunder of Giants by Joel Fishbane
6) Madeleine's War by Peter Watson

Six author introductions:

1) The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman
2) Queen by Right by Anne Easter Smith
3) The Traitor's Wife by Susan Higginbotham
4) The Girl From the Train by Irma Jourbet
5) Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal
6) The Curiosity Keeper by Sarah Ladd

Six historical romance's that showed the genre contains more than just fluff:

1) The Sleeping Night by Barbara Samuel
2) Never Less Than A Lady by Mary Jo Putney
3) Longing by Mary Balogh
4) Morning Glory by LaVyrle Spencer
5) Redemption by Carolyn Davidson
6) His Saving Grace by Sharon Cullen

Six books set during WWII:

1) The Culture Chamber by Jeffrey Stalk
2) The Winter Guest by Pam Jenoff
3) The Cherry Harvest by Lucy Sanna
4) Berlin Calling by William Kelly Durham
5) The Wind is Not a River by Brian Payton
6) Japanese Roses by Theresa Lorella

Six Christian Fiction novels:

1) Wildflowers of Terezin by Robert Elmer
2) Prelude for a Lord by Camille Elliot and Camy Tang
3) Mist of Midnight by Sandra Byrd
4) Beyond All Dreams by Elizabeth Camden
5) The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron
6) Dear Enemy by Jack Cavanaugh

Six biographical fictions:

1) Enchantress of Paris by Marci Jefferson
2) The Stolen Crown by Susan Higginbotham
3) The Creation of Eve by Lynn Cullen
4) The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin
5) Lady of the English by Elizabeth Chadwick
6) The Summer Queen by Elizabeth Chadwick

Well, that's my six in six for this year! Will you be posting yours?

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for joining in. Some new ones for me to investigate.

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    1. Thanks for the original meme (at least as far as I know). It was to look back over my read books this year, this way. :)

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  2. Great categories! I can see some titles that I've read and enjoyed, and some that I'm looking forward to reading. I love your list of historical romances that are more than just fluff - I'll have to try some of those!

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    1. Thanks! It was putting this together. I love HRs that include either dark matter or serious content. While one of the books in that category could be borderline fluff if you look @ it a certain way, but it deals with body image issues that I liked. But I liked that they explored ideas like revolution, misogyny, domestic abuse, neurological lifetime conditions, and racism. Gotta love when that balances out the sweet, sweet romance. :)

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  3. I like your selection of categories Sarah, especially historical romances, WWII books and biographical fiction, there are lots of titles here for me to find out more about.

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    1. Thanks! It was fun compiling this list, seeing what I read when and how my mood in regards to what to read changed. Enjoy any titles you might choose. They were all great. :)

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