Reading the States 2015 Reading Challenge

where are you reading 2015This was hosted in previous years,
just finishing it myself here:

2013-2016

You can also follow my progress on this google map!

1. Delaware: Flesh And Grass, by Libby Cone

2. Pennsylvania: Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, by Walter Isaacson

3. New Jersey: Five-Finger Discount, by Helene Stapinski

4. Georgia: Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil, by John Berendt

5. Connecticut: Hartford

6. Massachusetts: Cascade, by Maryanne O’Hara

Maryland

South Carolina

New Hampshire

Virginia

11. New York: Sutton, by J. R. Moehringer – upcoming review

North Carolina

Rhode Island

Vermont

Kentucky

Tennessee

Ohio

Louisiana

Indiana

Mississippi

Illinois: The Devil in the White City, by Erik Larson

Alabama

Maine

24. Missouri: Chronicle of the Mound Builders, by Elle Marie

Arkansas

Michigan

Florida

Texas

Iowa

Wisconsin

31. California: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore, by Robin Sloan

Minnesota

Oregon

Kansas

West Virginia

Nevada

Nebraska

38. Colorado: Plainsong, by Kent Haruf

North Dakota

40. South Dakota: Meadowlark, by Dawn Wink

41. MontanaBadluck Way, by Bryce Andrews

Washington

Idaho

Wyoming

45. Utah: The World’s Strongest Librarian, by Josh Hanagarne – upcoming review

Oklahoma

New Mexico

Arizona

Alaska

Hawaii

Melissa, @ Avid Reader’s Musing’s, has fantastic lists per state, with data information, and fiction and nonfiction lists. I will use some of her information to help me choose my books. But if you have some recommendations, please insert them as comments. Thanks!

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48 thoughts on “Reading the States 2015 Reading Challenge

  1. I notice you have nothing down for my state!! Have you read either of David Rhodes’ excellent novels — Driftless and Jewelweed — both of which are set not that far from Madison. (Jewelweed even includes a brief encounter with one of the sisters from Mississippi Abbey!!)

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