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Monday, December 31, 2007

Read in 2007

Interesting to no one but me...

I'm going to be making some changes on the blog tomorrow, and I'll be getting rid of my "Read in 2007" list on the sidebar. So for posterity, I'm going to paste it here. I'm having a quiet New Year's Eve. It's 11:00pm and everyone else is asleep. I literally just finished my last book of 2007, and it was great. I'll be reviewing Deep Magic by Joy Nash at TGTBTU. I'll link when it's up. I have a review of Scions: Resurrection by Patrice Michelle up over there now.

Without further ado:

* Deep Magic by Joy Nash
* Scions: Resurrection by Patrice Michelle
* To the Victor Go the Spoils by Sherrill Quinn
* Mistress on Trial by Kate Hardy
* Upon the Midnight Clear by Sherrilyn Kenyon
* The Six Month Mistress by Katherine Garbera
* Holy Smokes by Katie MacAlister
* Blame it on the Dog by Amy Frazier
* Coulda Been a Cowboy by Brenda Novak
* Back to Haunt You by Kate Hill
* Fairyville by Emma Holly
* Shelter Mountain by Robyn Carr
* Virgin River by Robyn Carr
* Demon of Her Dreams by Sherrill Quinn
* Mine Till Midnight by Lisa Kleypas
* Boundless by Dean, Dee, Galace
* Lover Unbound by J.R. Ward
* The Farmer Takes a Wife by Barbara Gale
* A Family of Her Own by Brenda Novak
* Howl at the Moon by Christine Warren
* Darkness Rising by Cynthia Cooke
* Driven by Eve Kenin
* Measure of a Man by Bonnie Dee
* Big Girls Don't Cry by Brenda Novak
* Father Material by Kimberly VanMeter
* Accidentally Expecting by Michelle Celmer
* Dangerous Lover by Lisa Marie Rice
* Familiar Stranger by Michele Hauf
* One More Time by Claire Cross
* Ghosts and Roses by Kelley St. John
* Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
* Starkissed by Lanette Curington
* Raintree: Sanctuary by Beverly Barton
* Finders Keepers by Linnea Sinclair
* The Strength of the Pack by Jorrie Spencer
* Pregnancy of Passion by Lucy Monroe
* Lady Strumpet by Gia Dawn
* Demon Moon by Meljean Brook
* Mistress for a Weekend by Susan Napier
* Fortune's Forbidden Woman by Heidi Betts
* Power of Two by Patti O'Shea
* Double Trouble by Claire Cross
* Beyond The Edge by Susan Kearney
* No Humans Involved by Kelley Armstrong
* No Rest For The Wicked by Kresley Cole
* All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris
* Talons: Kiss Me Deadly by Shannon Stacey
* The Demon You Know by Christine Warren
* If Angels Burn by Lynn Viehl
* Step into Darkness by Naomi Bellis
* Talons: Seize the Hunter by Michelle M. Pillow
* Persecuted by Lisa Childs
* Deadly Affairs by Brenda Joyce
* Realm Immortal: The Stone Queen by Michelle M. Pillow
* Realm Immortal: Faery Queen by Michelle M. Pillow
* Realm Immortal: King of the Unblessed by Michelle M. Pillow
* Anything for You by Sarah Mayberry
* Wolf at the Door by Christine Warren
* Blood Secrets by Vivi Anna
* Rock Star by Roslyn Hardy Holcomb
* Lover Revealed by J.R. Ward
* Simple Jess by Pamela Morsi
* Games of Command by Linnea Sinclair
* She’s No Faerie Princess by Christine Warren
* The Scorsolini Marriage Bargain by Lucy Monroe
* The Bought and Paid For Wife by Bronwyn Jameson
* Jack Riordan’s Baby by Anne Mather
* Love is a Mix Tape by Rob Sheffield
* My Sunshine by Catherine Anderson
* Guilty Secrets by Laura Leone
* Breaking Point by Suzanne Brockmann
* Demon Angel by Meljean Brook
* Man in a Million by Jessica Bird
* Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning

9 comments:

Stacy~ said...

Quite a list, and some intriguing titles I've never heard of. If my tbr pile weren't so out of control, I might look into some of them.

Happy New Year Devon.

Devon said...

Thanks Stacy, Happy New Year to you too.

QB said...

Pssst... Devon. FYI: your linkie color is so light I can barely read it. The light blue links are barely dark enough to see, but the light purple for previously read linkies is almost impossible to see against the light blue background.

Course, maybe that's just my laptop's quirks.

But otherwise the overall new look is very pretty and serene.

QB said...

Oh, and I keep forgetting to ask you--- how are you doing your cuts/jumps?? I can't figure out how to do them.

Devon said...

You are correct, Bev. Originially, everything was black which bugged me b/c you couldn't distinguish the links at all. But when I played around, everything was too light! I haven't had time to get back to it.

I'm not loving it as much as I did in theory. But it was so effin' annoying to change (I can't figure out how to do it without losing my widgets), so I'm sticking with it for awhile.

as for the cuts, these are the instructions I used:

http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=42215

Then it's a matter of cutting and pasting until I get the right combo (I can never find the "style" tags they mention). Let me know if I can help, though I usually just bumble around until it works:)

Carolyn Jean/CJ said...

Isn't it amazing how involved a blog template change can be? But I like this one, in spite of the link thing.
Hey, I want to thank you for visiting my site. I've been reading yours for a very long time, even though I rarely if ever commented, so it was sort of like a celebrity visit.

Hey, also, thanks for the someeCards thing. That is hilarious.

Devon said...

Carolyn Jean--you just made my day. you should comment more often :)

Kate Diamond said...

I admire your energy in changing your site!

I still haven't updated to the new Blogger layout yet (I'm still on the old template style) because I love my Caz template so much. But it does create a few glitches...

Devon said...

Hi Kate! There are things that are easy and nifty about the new blogger, but I found changing things to be easier in the old template style. Given my limited coding skills, I found it easier to find stuff when I wanted to add or change.