This is last years book breakdown:
18 adult fiction books
2 nonfiction books
49 young adult and middle reader books
I thought that in order to even things out, maybe I should make every other book be one or the other. Read an adult book, then a young adult. Adult, young adult, etc. But I'm stuck right now because the three* library books on my nightstand are all young adult books. What to do, what to do? I guess I'll have to even it out by following these three with three adult books. Wish me luck in my quest to be more rounded.
*Pretties by Scott Westerfeld, Princess Mia (Princess Diaries IX)** by Meg Cabot, and I Am the Messenger*** by Markus Zusak.
**The never-ending series that had finally come to in end (in book X) but first I have to read book IX and I don't want to because after 8 books of Mia being in love with Michael and finally being his girlfriend, she ruined it all at the end of the last book and in this book, she has a different boyfriend. I looked ahead, and she gets back together with Michael in book X, but I have to suffer through book IX first. How junior high did I just sound?
***Has anyone read his book Getting The Girl? I'm intrigued by the title.