What I want this post to be about is revealing the two books you plan on reading! And based on some of your comments, you CAN use your own personal collection instead of going to the library! Whatever works!
Feel free to share the books you plan on reading up until Christmas Day. By that point, it's pretty close to the link-ups so you might as well wait if you plan on taking part.
Remember, first review goes up New Year's Eve (Dec. 31) and the second review goes up New Year's Day (Jan 1st). And again, check out the post that explains all!
At the moment, Mr. Linky isn't working well for me, so if you want to make a post about the books you have chosen to read, just link up in the comments and I'll manually add them to this post so people can check it out! If you know of some other link system I can use, let me know!
Now...my book choices!
New Year's Eve Book:
Level 26: Dark Origins by Anthony Zuiker
Official Summary: Law enforcement personnel categorize murderers on a scale of twenty-five levels of evil-from the naive opportunists starting out at Level 1 to the organized, premeditated torture murderers who inhabit Level 25. But to an elite unnamed investigations group assigned to hunt down the world's most dangerous killers, headed by Steve Dark, a new category of killer is being defined....
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New Year's Day Book:
The Long Quiche Goodbye by Avery Aames.
Official Summary: Welcome to the grand opening of Fromagerie Bessette. Or as it's more commonly known by the residents of small- town Providence, Ohio-the Cheese Shop. Proprietor Charlotte Bessette has prepared a delightful sampling of bold Cabot Clothbound Cheddar, delicious tortes of Stilton and Mascarpone, and a taste of Sauvignon Blanc-but someone else has decided to make a little crime of passion the "piece de resistance." Right outside the shop Charlotte finds a body, the victim stabbed to death with one of her prized olive-wood handled knives.
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What I find hilarious about the books I ended up pulling is that they are both mystery novels! They are also the first book in a series. I like that the New Year's Eve (for ending) sounds a bit darker than the New Year's Day (for beginning) novel, which seems more of a cozy mystery.
Now, it's your turn! Link up (or just post in the comments) the two books you plan to read!