Here’s what I read in April folks:

  1. Deep Secret by Diana Wynne Jones
  2. The Merlin Conspiracy by Diana Wynne Jones
  3. Time of the Ghost by Diana Wynne Jones
  4. Fire & Hemlock by Diana Wynne Jones
  5. Homeward Bounders by Diana Wynne Jones
  6. Cart & Cwidder by Diana Wynne Jones
  7. Drowned Ammet by Diana Wynne Jones
  8. Spellcoats by Diana Wynne Jones
  9. Crown of Dalemark by Diana Wynne Jones–All part of my Diana Wynne Jones memorial tour through the bookshelves, pulling off some books I haven’t read in a while. I miss her already.
  10. Bang the Keys by Jill Dearman–Writing book whose main intent is that you need to sit down and WRITE to get anything done … with tips on how to do just that.
  11. Changeling Sea by Patricia McKillip–YA fantasy about a girl who befriends a prince obsessed with the sea and a water drake obsessed with the land…
  12. Od Magic by Patricia McKillip–Charming little fantasy centering around a school of magic. Beautiful and atmospheric as are all her books.
  13. Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey
  14. Dragonsinger by Anne McCaffrey
  15. Dragondrums by Anne McCaffrey–The news that there may actually be a Dragonriders of Pern movie inspired me to pull out some of my Pern books. Love them as much as ever.
  16. Case Book of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle–The very last Sherlock Holmes collection.
  17. Duty, Honor, Country by Bob Mayer–Story of the Civil War centering around the fact that so many soldiers on both sides went to West Point together.
  18. Screenplay by Syd Field–How to write a screenplay.
  19. Conflict of Honors by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
  20. Agent of Change by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
  21. Carpe Diem by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
  22. Plan B by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
  23. I Dare by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller
  24. Saltation by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller–With their newest book coming out that will FINALLY move past the “It’s kinda complicated” point at the end of “I Dare,” I had to reread all the earlier books, didn’t I?
  25. Ghost Ship by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller–Officially not out until August, the authors announced that it was possible to buy the electronic ARC (advance reader’s copy) and, well, I couldn’t resist. I was dying to know how the story moved forward! I so wanted to know what would happen with Theo’s “kinda complicated” problem, and how Korval would settle in on Surebleak … so I splurged and bought the eARC. I couldn’t help myself.
  26. John Marshall by Jean Edward Smith–Biography on our first great Supreme Court Chief Justice.
  27. The Wilder Life by Wendy McClure–The explorations of a woman who grew up obsessed with the Little House on the Prairie books and dove right into “Laura World,” bringing her boyfriend along for the trip.
  28. Modern Top Down Knitting by Kristina McGowan.
  29. Knits That Fit by Potter Craft.

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