Books on Kindle

Listing all 190 books on my Kindle might mislead you to think I have read them all.  I order when I find things on sale, a blogger or speaker says, “You’ve just got to read this book.”  Books range from naughty to technical.

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Here are a few of my favorites Kindle Books:

A Slow Burn:  A Novel, Mary E. DeMuth
A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens
Battle Cry of Freedom, James McPherson
By Reason of Insanity, Randy Singer
Code to Zero, Ken Follett
Daisy Chain: A Novel, Mary E. DeMuth
David Copperfield
Dead and Gone, Charlaine Harris
Don’t Know Much About the Civil War, Kenneth C. Davis
Eat, Pray, Love…, Elizabeth Gilbert
Evidence:  An Alex Delaware… Jonathan Keller
False Memory, Dean Koontz
Hornet Flight, Ken Follett
I Alex Cross, James Patterson
Life in Defiance, Mary E. DeMuth
Little Women, Louisa May Alcott
Love Yourself and Let the… Lawerence Cra…
Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Keckly, Jennifer Fleischner
n Search of Bill Clinton:  A Psychological Biography, John Gartner
Nicholas Nickleby, Charles Dickens
Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens
Paper Money, Ken Follett
Spinning Forward, Terri Dulong
Teaching the iGeneration, William Ferrier
Team of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin
The Acidental Tourist
The Apothecary’s Daughter, Julie Klassen
The Dark Tide, Andrew Gross
The Death and LIfe of the Great American School System, Diane Ravitch
The Lacuna, Barbara Kingsolver
The Last Song, Nicholas Sparks
The Memoirs of Catherine the Great, Catherine the Great
The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde
The Proving Ground, G. Bruce Knecht
The Templar Legacy:  A Novel, Steve Berry
The Third Secret:  A Novel of .. Steve Berry
The Unknown American Revolution, Gary B. Nash
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, L. Frank Baum
Too Good to Leave, To Bad… Mira Kirshenb…
Understanding the Digital Generation, Ian Jukes
What the Dog Saw And …, Malcolm Glad
White Fang, Jack London
Are You There Blog? It’s Me Writer, Kristen Lamb
Bang You’re Dead, Debra Salonen (vulgar, but funny)
The Cutting Room, Jilliane Hoffman
Drive, Daniel H. Pink
Enrique’s Journey, Sonia Razario
The Fault in Our Stars, John Green (sad, but very funny)
Killer Cupcakes, Leighann Dobbs
The Elephant Whisperer,
Last Witness, Jilliane Hoffman
Let Sleeping Gods Lie, Dianne Gray
Lights Out, Peter Abrahams
Memoires of Catherine the Great,
Oblivion, Peer Abrahams
Odd Apocalypse, Dean Koontz
Odd Thomas, Dean Koontz
Stephen King, On Writing,Stephen King
Plea of Insanity, Jilliane Hoffman
Pretty Little Things, Jilliane Hoffman
Rebecca, Daphne de Maurier ***
The Regeration Trilogy, Pat Harper ***
Retribution, Jilliane Hoffman
Revolution #9, Peter Abrahams
Soul’s Child, Dianne Gray
Thirty-Two Going on Spinster, Becky Monson
Wolf Pear, Dianne Gray

What makes you buy a book?  Do you list them on your blog?  Do you find this helpful?

14 thoughts on “Books on Kindle”

  1. I bought a kindle this year and I love, love, love it. I love that I can buy books whenever and wherever I want. I love that I can take a pile of books on holiday with me and they hardly weigh a thing. I love that my entire library fits in my hand. I also love your list. Some of my favourites are on there.

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    1. Thanks. That list I made mostly for myself, and I didn’t even think people would notice, but it’s just nice to have a record of it. I bought Diane Gray’s new book today. It’s on sale. I saw it at Barnes and Noble for $53, on Amazon in paperback for $21, and on Kindle for $2.99. I can’t wait to read it.

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    1. I have no idea! I really should update it. I do post reviews every so often, but now I TRY to post several at a time rather than devoting an entire post to one book. I don’t always succeed at that. I just finished a CJ Townsend thriller, Retribution this morning. It may be the first in a series. I read The Cutting Room last week, and it’s several years later in the series. Mind candy if you enjoy murder mysteries. I have 72 books downloaded on my iPad right now, and I’ve read most of them, and I don’t think they are listed on my website. I have a lot of updating to do. 🙂

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  2. That’s an eclectic mix, always good to see so many Dickens on a list. I picked up The Lacuna earlier this year as I was in a Trotsky phase although I really need to read it at some point, there is just so much choice out there!

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