It's that time again. With the beginning of the school year and the resumption of Catechism instruction and Sunday school, I let myself relax my reading schedule a bit this past month. With no ado, here's my list for September. (By the way, despite my usual narcissism, I have to say that my main reason for re-reading "A Great and Mighty Wonder" was because of my appearance on KFUO's BookTalk show. My third novel will probably be on my list for October for the same reason. And then November will be even slower than September because I do intend to work on another in a new genre for NaNoWriMo.)
- Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1998.
- Ferguson, Craig. American on Purpose. Harper Collins Publishers, 2009.
- Quinn, Caisey. Girl on Tour. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2013.
- Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1999.
- Zelazny, Roger. The Trumps of Doom. Arbor House, 1985.
- Kavouras, Dean. Nine One One: The Aftermath. Lutheran Heritage Foundation, 2002.
- Watson, Galen. The Psalter. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2012. (Awful. How many heresies can one author fit into a 383-page fiction novel and pass them off as truth while writing off the actual truth is the product of conspiracy theories?)
- Kornacki, Alan. A Great and Mighty Wonder. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2012.
- Swank, Denise Grover. Twenty-Nine and a Half Reasons. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2013.
- Gunhammer, Jessica. A Summer to Remember. Limitless Publishing, 2013.
- Cagle, Erik. Gross Misconduct. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2007.