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Series I’ve Been Meaning To…But Haven’t
Outlander – I stopped reading at Fiery Cross. I got stuck and just couldn’t move forward, and put it on my bookshelf one day several years ago and haven’t touched it since. I want to finish the series so badly – I own the entire dang thing – but it just seems like this part is dragging on and on endlessly and not for much in way of the plot.
The Land of Stories – I read the first book, The Wishing Spell, and FELL IN LOVE. I bought the second when it came out in paperback and I was waiting on the next ones in paperback. I should go buy them now…
Junie B. Jones – I was requested to read these to my baby brother and my mother because they thought I read them so well. I know we didn’t read all of them, and Junie B. gets herself into some funny scrapes and situations!
Bloody Jack – I’ve read through the seventh book (or eighth, I can’t remember). That’s when I discovered he was still publishing more. Then, a couple years ago L.A. Meyer passed away and I discovered he’d published even more. I think there are 12 in total, and I need to read the latter part of the series.
The Power of the Matchmaker – These were published one a month last year, and I read and reviewed all of them except for two. I really want to read the last two and finish the series.
The Lockwood Legacy – I reviewed the first three books through a wonderful tour company (that is now defunct). I thought the author ended the series there. Last year I discovered she’d written three or so more books, so I bought them in an omnibus but still haven’t gotten around to them.
Hercule Poirot – I’ve only read a couple of Agatha Christie’s books in this series (probably the two most famous). I want to eventually read the entire series.
The Hunger Games – I still haven’t read the last book. I read HG in 2011 for my elementary block (for teaching). I read the second book shortly after, but I never got around to the last book.