Blog Anniversary Giveaway – Laurel Denise!

I can't believe it's Friday already — our last day of giveaways this week!  This week has just flown by, and I hope you've enjoyed this week of celebration as much as I have!  We're definitely ending this week on a high note with two more fabulous giveaways, starting with this amazing 2010 planner from Laurel Denise!

Laurel Denise 2010 Yearly Planner
This is the planner for folks (like us) who like good design.  From the typography to clean and modern layout, it's probably the most beautiful planner I've ever seen — and I've seen a lot of planners over the years.  Laurel also made sure that the planner was super-functional, with a bunch of handy lists (including perforated shopping and notes lists that you can tear out if needed) and inserts to help you manage your schedule on a daily or weekly basis:
Laurel Denise 2010 Yearly Planner
Laurel Denise 2010 Yearly Planner
Laurel Denise 2010 Yearly Planner
So as I'm sure you've already guessed, Laurel is giving away one of these beautiful planners to one of you!  Yay, thanks Laurel!
For this giveaway, I'm drawing inspiration from one of the lists in Laurel's planner — the "books I'd like to read" list above.  So, to enter this giveaway, just leave a comment below with at least one book on your reading list.  A winner will be selected randomly and notified via e-mail, so make sure you leave a valid e-mail address in the comment form (not the body of the comment).  You'll have until 11:59 p.m. EST tomorrow, September 12 to enter.  Bonne chance!
UPDATE: Congratulations Jessica Lynn!  You've won the 2010 planner from Laurel Denise!  Thanks to all who entered — and for all the fabulous book recommendations!
{image credits: Oh So Beautiful Paper}
  1. Some books on my list are..
    Julie + Julia
    The 1000 Journals Project
    Handmade Nation
    Love Letters of Great Men

  2. On my list:
    “The Audacity of Hope”
    “The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl”
    “Happiest Man in the World”

  3. Right now I am reading:
    “The Age of Shiva”
    “Book 4”
    Next on my list is:
    “Alice and Wonderland”

  4. I am trying to finish “Something Borrowed” and read the rest, “Something Blue” and “Baby Proof”, by Emily Giffin. I always start a book and forget about it or get too busy to read. πŸ™‚

  5. trying to get through “the time traveler’s wife” so i can catch the movie!
    up next is the “something borrowed” series too! i have a whole stack on my shelf just waiting for me.
    what a nice giveaway. thank you!

  6. Oooh so beautiful! Me too, I always start a book but forget to finish it….or I start like 5 books at the same time and never finish it =(

  7. I need that organizer in my life – so much going on right now! πŸ™‚ Thankfully, reading is still my respite, calming me down before I go to bed. Right now I’m reading Julia Child’s My Life In France, which is amazing (and makes you SO hungry!) and I’m looking forward to starting The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery (can you tell I went to Paris recently?!) soon.

  8. a little history of the world, by gombrich.
    p.s. o laurel denise! beautiful, beautiful.

  9. My fiance and I have a bit of an obsession with books. The more on our bookcases, the better! This is great for expanding our knowledge, creativity, and passions… but not always good on our pocketbooks! Anyways, the book that is on the top of my reading list is a Stephen King novel, Lisey’s Story.

  10. Oooh.. I love this! Reading is my comfort and passion πŸ™‚
    A few books on my list:
    “The Houdini Box” by Brian Selznick
    “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”
    “Type Addicted”
    “Crazy Love” by Francis Chan
    “Illustration Play”
    “Three Ring Circus” by Adam Rex
    “The Cheese Monkey” by Chip Kidd
    “Sophie’s Masterpiece: A spider’s Tale” by Eileen Spinelli
    “Mastering The Art of French Cooking”
    The planner is so beautiful!

  11. I love this planner, especially the “Books I’d Like to Read” list. Here is my fall line-up:
    At the Mountains of Madness- H.P. Lovecraft
    Clean Food- Terry Walters
    The Invisible Mountain- Carolina De Robertis
    The Best American Short Stories 2009- Alice Sebold is the guest editor (yay!)

  12. @cheryl: The Worst Hard Time is fantastic. You will love it.
    Next on my list is Dante’s Divine Comedy. I bought it, but haven’t started yet.
    Also, this planner is lovely.

  13. I’m am so in need of a planner with a book list!
    Coming up for me:
    A Prayer for Owen Meany
    Vanity Fair
    Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland

  14. What a beautiful planner! I am slightly obsessed with children’s fantasy fiction, so next up on my list is “The Last Olympian” from the Percy Jackson series.

  15. Love making lists and trying to be organised… this would help considerably with both those things…
    am finally reading ‘Confederacy of Dunces’ which has been on my list for a long time… next on the list is a Murakami book. Too many books, too little reading time!

  16. I’ve been meaning to read Middlesex for ages. A friend of mine let me borrow it TWO YEARS ago, and I still haven’t gotten around to it!

  17. “Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold.
    My sister read in all in one day, she said it was so good, so I have to read it before the movie comes out in December.
    Oh…and I just love this planner!

  18. I purchased ‘That Old Cape Magic’ by Richard Russo about a month ago. I’m leaving for a week in Cape Cod on Sunday and have been saving it for my trip! Can’t wait!

  19. I am currently reading “Captivating” by John Eldredge
    Next on my list is “Sense and Sensibility” by Jane Austen.

  20. What a lovely giveaway!
    On my list,
    The Memory of Old Jack – Wendell Berry
    But Enough About Me – Jancee Dunn
    Capture the Castle – Dodie Smith

  21. My reading list is super long! With a 2-year-old and a 3-week-old on my hands, my reading time is…well…non-existent at the moment. But here are a few I hope to get to this fall:
    “What is the What” – Dave Eggers
    “The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie” – Alan Bradley
    “Let the Right One In” – John Ajvide Lindqvist and Ebba Segerberg
    I also have approximately one million craft and cooking books on my list. Those are a bit easier to get around to!

  22. Next on my list is “Walden”. But I have so many that I want to read, the list is ridiculous.

  23. I just ordered ‘The Tenth Muse: My Life in Food’ by Judith Jones, who was the Knopf editor responsible for publishing Julia Child and Marcella Hazan, among others. I first got wind of her amazing life in Child’s “My Life in France,” and am looking forward to hearing more in Judith’s own words.

  24. Oh this is GORGEOUS! Count me in please!
    I really want to read “My Life in France” next, since i’m in the middle of Julie & Julia, and i’m loving it! I have a thing for anything Parisian… lol.

  25. SO So many books on my to read list:
    Daniel Pink’s A Whole New Mind
    Julie and Julia
    The Old Man and the Sea
    Love is a Mixtape
    (this book is awesome!!)

  26. Next on my list is
    Gunslinger – Edward Dorn that I’ll actually have some idea about what my husband’s PhD is on!!

  27. I finally gave into the Twilight craze and now have “New Moon” on my book list so I don’t have to wait until the next movie to know what happens!!

  28. This is my favorite giveaway yet! I am ashamed to say that I’ve never read Catcher in the Rye–and I’m entering an MFA program in the fall! Needless to say, that is the next book I pick up.

  29. “Wem die Macht gegeben ist” by Barbara Bickmore
    “Marie Antoinette” by Stefan Zweig
    “KleinbΓΌrger” by HonorΓ© de Balzac
    and so many more!!
    I would love this planner! It’s a great giveaway. I am starting a “new life” in another city and another course of studies and this planner would totally help to get me started on this!

  30. Currently reading “The Monster of Florence,” by Douglas Preston. The next titles in my reading list queue are:
    “My Life in France,” Julia Child
    “Frankenstein,” Mary Shelley
    “Dracula,” Bram Stoker (again — I love reading this book)
    “Harry Potter”
    @emmyjane: I love Dante’s Inferno! I’ve read it quite a few times and love it more and more each time.

  31. I don’t know if I can pick just one book, so here’s a few:
    “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown (let’s see how Landon’s character continues to develop now that this one is in the US)
    “The Cheese Monkey : A Novel in Two Semesters” by Chip Kidd (about his experience in design school… i figure I can relate)
    “The Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini (heard nothing but good things about this book)

  32. I Wish Someone Were Waiting for Me Somewhere by Anna Gavalda. I read a review on a blog (that I can’t remember now!) and it was so effusive that I added the book to my wish list!

  33. What a beautiful planner!
    Some of my favorites:
    History of Love – Nicole Krauss
    Time Traveler’s Wife – Audrey Niffenegger
    Currently reading:
    Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov

  34. Sooo beautiful!
    I am looking forward to Philip Pullman’s reworking of the Gospels coming out next spring: The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ.

  35. I am being completely serious when I say the Idiots Guide to BeeKeeping. I love honey!

  36. I just finished Richard Russo’s new book That Old Cape Magic which reminded me how much I love his writing. So next on my list is his Bridge of Sighs which I’ve had on my bookshelf since it was a brand new book almost 2 years ago.

  37. Cool!! I’m awaiting my shipment from Amazon which includes ‘Fountainhead’! Cannot wait To start it and yes, I am aware that I am a little behind by not having read this already. Thanks!

  38. On my to read list:
    A Gate in the Stairs by Lorrie Moore
    Sometimes We’re All Real Same-Same by Mattox Roesch
    Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucchelli

  39. In a Sunburned Country (Bill Bryson)
    The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Stephen Chbosky)
    Yay for quality layout and typography… they need to make more planners like this one! Makes you actually want to use it!

  40. On my list include all of the Shopaholic book series by Sophia Kinsella. A girlfriend of mind loved them all so I can’t wait for the good read!

  41. Laurel’s planner is gorgeous! Thank you Nole, for always sharing (and giving away!) the most beautiful paper products.
    I’ve got so many things on my reading list including “Coraline” by Neil Gaiman and “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini.

  42. I am working on a thesis paper right now so most of my books are research related, but for fun I want to read The Time Traveler’s Wife.

  43. Wow, that’s gorgeous! I am a planner-aholic so this would be perfect for me. πŸ™‚
    I’ve JUST begun to read Atlas Shrugged, a book that has been on my reading list for years now. So far it’s great!

  44. Oh this planner is so exquisite! A few of my friends and myself are starting a book club together, so we have many books on our ‘To Read’ lists!
    “The Glass Castle”
    “Shutter Island”
    “Atlas Shrugged”

  45. I have so many on the list- currently reading Persuasion by Jane Austen and Storm Front by Jim Butcher. Up next? The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley, I think.
    This is a really lovely planner!

  46. i’m in the middle of “animal, vegetable, miracle” by barbara kingsolver and loving it, so i’m anxious to read “the poisonwood bible” next.

  47. On my list…
    In Defense of Food, Michael Pollen
    Craft, Inc. – Meg Mateo Ilasco
    The Happiness Project – Gretchen Rubin

  48. Reading is my new obsession!
    I have to finish reading “Chasing Harry Winston” and then move on to “The Times Travelers Wife” and then on to “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”

  49. The book I’m currently reading is:
    The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, by Oliver Sacks. I loved reading his other books, as I learned so much. Next on the list after that is:
    In the time of the butterflies, by Julia Alvarez
    Three cups of tea, by Greg Mortensen and
    A supposedly fun thing I’ll never do again, by David Foster Wallace

  50. This is so great. I’m a sucker for a good planner.
    Here’s what’s on my reading list:
    “The Help” by Kathryn Stocket
    “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown
    “Murder on the Orient Express” by Agatha Christie (a reread, but I’m really excited about it!)

  51. What a gorgeous planner, and generous giveaway! Thank you πŸ™‚
    On my list are:
    Company of Liars
    Sookie Stackhouse series
    Barefoot Architecture

  52. I’ve been trying to read Anna Karenina for a while now (I got 100 pages in a year ago, but then I had a baby…). I’d also like to read the Time Traveler’s Wife and The Angel’s Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (I read Shadow of the Wind and loved it). I think there was another on my list, but I’ve already forgotten! See, a planner would be great for me! This one looks really wonderful, too. I’ll consider getting one if I don’t win.

  53. beautiful!
    I just can’t wait to start reading ‘The Complete Stories Of Franz Kafka’

  54. I’m not normally one to read biographies or memoirs but have become captivated by all the stories that came out after Ted Kennedy died. That being said, I’m really excited to read his memoir “True Compass” when it comes out later this month.

  55. Yay! I love Laurel Denise, I have a few of her necklaces πŸ™‚
    I have so so many books I want to read, but this one is next on the list: “To Own a Dragon: Reflections On Growing Up Without A Father” by Donald Miller. Love Donald Miller stuff.

  56. One of my favs “Eva Luna”- time to re-read. πŸ™‚
    Next up, “The Book Thief”
    Love love this planner! crossing my fingers!

  57. I LOVE this planner/calendar! My friend got one and when she showed it to me – I about died! Perfect design! I love it and would die to have one!! One book I want to get back into and finish is the Time Travelers Wife…wish I had more time to read!

  58. planners are my weakness. i have owned many in my life.
    the next books on my list are:
    julie & julia
    the guernsey literary and potato peel society
    the time traveller’s wife
    i feel like i am always trying to remember books that are recommended to me…this is is a perfect idea!

  59. That planner is DELICIOUS.
    On my list to-read:
    Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
    The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown
    World Without End, by Ken Follet
    and lots of C.S. Lewis!

  60. That is a beautiful planner!
    Books to read on my list:
    Q & A: A Novel by Vikas Swarup
    The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
    – Aaina.

  61. hi, love the blog, what a fantastic giveaway ! my reading list is:
    The wilderness warrior : Theodore Roosevelt and the crusade for America
    Printing by hand : a modern guide to printing with handmade stamps, stencils, and silk screens
    πŸ™‚ deb

  62. Latest on my list is “Why We Look, Smell, Taste, Feel, and Act the Way We Do” by Sharon Moalem. I just loved his last book so I’m excited to start this one.

  63. I’m currently reading The Time Traveler’s Wife…it’s so good that i don’t want it to end!

  64. Lots on my list at the moment:
    Loving Frank
    Born Round
    The Help
    The Emperors of Chocolate
    Heroic Measures

  65. A few on my to-read list:
    Special Topics in Calamity Physics
    An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination
    The Yiddish Policemen’s Union

  66. Halfway through “Best Food Writing 2008” and next I might start on “How to Pick a Peach”…notice a trend? πŸ™‚

  67. Amy Sohn’s new novel β€œProspect Park West” which was featured in the NY Times. Sounds like a riot starring yuppy moms in Brooklyn.

  68. My current TO-READ list:
    A Wolf at the Table – Augusten Burroughs
    Are You There, Vodka? It’s me Chelsea – Chelsea Handler
    Pygmy – Chuck Palahniuk

  69. OK I love this giveaway!
    One book on my reading list right now is Tess of the d’Urbervilles, ever since I saw the masterpiece theater series on PBS!
    Happy Anniversary OSBP!

  70. Homer and Langley by E.L. Doctorow
    The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis
    Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro
    Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger
    Time to get started…

  71. I want to continue “People of the Book” by Geraldine Brooks. I’m 3 pages in and just need to find time to sit down with it again.

  72. Next on my list is:
    Muddhouse Sabbath – it compares Jewish and Christian traditions and how the author tries to incorporate one into the other, my fiance is Jewish and I Christian, so I think it will be very interesting…
    Dreaming in Hindi

  73. This would make such a rad alternative to the gawd awful free planners provided by the University.
    Providing I can pry myself away from the presses for a few hours a week, I’d really like to finish Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. I started it almost a year ago, but I haven’t had time to get back into it.

  74. That is so pretty!
    I’m reading Lolita and when I’m done with that I’m going onto The talented Mr Ripley πŸ˜€

  75. As soon as I finish “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” I’m moving on to (re-reading) “The History of Love”!

  76. On my List includes:
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson
    The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mary Ann Shaffer
    Slammerkin – Emma Donahuge
    Love the planner!

  77. A book on my reading list is:
    A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of “A Course in Miracles” by Marianne Williamson.
    I started it a few months ago but only read a few pages. I need to finish reading it.
    Thanks for the chance!

  78. I’ve been coveting this planner for awhile… the next book on my list is Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie.

  79. I need to read the New Skeet guide to training puppies . . . I’m taking my puppy home with me in a month!

  80. I work in book publishing, so it seems I always have an unconquerable list of books-to-read! On the top of my stack right now are: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Life of Pi.

  81. On my list:
    East of Eden – John Steinbeck
    Audacity of Hope – President Obama
    More Than Serving Tea – various authors
    I need this planner so I can schedule the time to finish these books!! πŸ™‚

  82. My reading list includes:
    Chick lit that I’m too embarrassed to name
    Painted Furniture by Virginia Patterson
    Like I Give a Frock by Michi
    The Anatomy of Design by Steven Heller
    And so on, and so on, and so on…
    This planner is beautiful and such a nice giveaway.

  83. How fitting that the first book that came to mind for me was “1001 Books to Read Before You Die” as the book on my list..& of course the 1001 I will have on my list after that. I hope the list in the beautiful planner is long enough for the 1001 I will have to add to it πŸ™‚
    {Absolutely love the planner -gorgeous}

  84. Im thinking about reading Host, by Stephanie Meyer.
    Just finished the True Blood Series.
    That planner is amazing! and my name is Laurel too!

  85. My upcoming To-Read List:
    *Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture
    *No One Belongs Here More Than You: Stories
    *Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School at a Time

  86. Oh my gosh this is such a wonderful looking planner. And as my life gets busier and busier I am going to need one!!
    On my list
    A Lion Among Men – Gregory Maguire
    Harry Potter (I feel like I need to read this series!)

  87. Currently reading: Paris in the Fifties
    Waiting for me to pick up at the library: Julie and Julia
    Waiting for me to finish what I’m reading because I found it for $1 at a used book sale when I was 165 on the hold list at the library: The Time Traveler’s Wife
    I love books. I love love love love them. I will never be able to use an e-reader. I need the paper.

  88. What a fabulous giveaway…I love planners!
    I have many books on my list but the top 2 are:
    Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell (got it for Christmas last year!) and Strange Nervous Laughter (written by a friend of a friend’s sister).

  89. New book to read: Audacity of Hope
    Book to re-read: Lovely Bones (so I can watch the movie when it comes out!!)

  90. I’m looking forward to reading Jennifer Weiner’s new book, Best Friends Forever.

  91. Wow, that planner is gorgeous!! The next book on my reading list is Plum Island by Nelson Demille. Thank you for this opportunity!

  92. I’m trying to follow my fiance’s lead and make my way through Twain’s entire body of work…

  93. The Complete Artist’s Way: Creativity as a Spiritual Practice
    i know…hardcore, right? my friend promised it would help me write better. πŸ™‚

  94. I LOVE her planners. I’ve been eying them for some time now and tried to get one at Oh Susannah! in Charlottesville for 2009 but it hadn’t been printed yet.
    I love all of the bits of organization.
    So dreamy!
    A few on my list :
    The Rabbit and The Elephant
    Grow Great Grub
    Not That Kind of Girl
    Martha Stewart’s Baking Handbook
    Who Do You Love

  95. Next on my list is “When Will There be Good News?” A rec. from a friend.
    I never keep a planner, b/c I always forget to write in it (!), but with this, I know I wouldn’t forget. I’ve never seen one so beautiful.

  96. First, “A Room of One’s Own” by Virginia Woolf… and then “A Life of One’s Own: A Guide to Better Living Through the Work and Wisdom of Virginia Woolf” by Ilana Simons.
    Oh, I just LOVE this planner. Fingers are crossed… and toes… on both feet! : )

  97. That planner is beautiful! One of the books that is currently on my reading list is The Road by Jack Kerouac. Can’t believe I haven’t read it yet.

  98. ooooh, planners make me drool! especially really, really, pretty planners πŸ™‚ i am already daydreaming about filling up the pages.
    i want to (re)read:
    mrs. dalloway (to see if i can understand it without the aid of my women’s lit professor!)
    all of my david sedaris books…for a few laughs!

  99. At 41 I’m finally reading “Little Women” for the first time and LOVING it! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  100. On my list…
    The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
    The Time Travelers Wife
    His Dark Materials series
    Cold Mountain
    …and Fundamentals of Marketing Communications…. Not as exciting, but just as important! (it’s my 3rd semester in grad school!)

  101. great giveaway! that planner is awesome. 2 books i want to read sooner than later:
    the time traveler’s wife
    the seven spiritual laws of success
    thank you

  102. Oh. wow. That is just beautiful.
    A few books on my list…
    1. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
    2. Fool by Christopher Moore
    3. Paul of Dune by Brian Herbert

  103. Just read Stiff by Mary Roach and next on my list is The gentle art of domesticity by Jane Brocket, witch looks like a beautiful book with the most beautiful pictures!

  104. I love lists! My to-read book list has at least 73 books waiting!
    Life of Pi-Yann Martel
    Pride & Prejudice-Jane Austen
    In the Woods-Tana French
    Lucky Ones-Nicholas Sparks
    Why God is Laughing-Deepak Chopra
    to name a few:)

  105. What better thing than a planner to stay organized the year I’m getting married!
    I’m determined to finish all 9 Southern Vampire books by the end of the year – they’re the books True Blood based on! Good not-so-clean fun. πŸ™‚

  106. This would make my design friends jealous!
    I’m planning on reading “Don’t Make Me Think” by Steve Krug this weekend.

  107. There are MANY on my list now that I am finally done with the Bar Exam–but up next is A Big Little Life: A Memoir of a Joyful Dog by Dean Koontz –I can never get enough wonderful dog books and memoirs.

  108. This planner is ADORABLE!
    As for books, I’ve been kind of on a vampire kick lately (blame True Blood!) so I’ve been meaning to read all of the books in the Southern Vampire Chronicles series, as well as Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice. A number of rereads are on my list too, including The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, and Villette by Charlotte Bronte.

  109. Gorgeous planner. Can never find something this pretty!
    I am reading “The White Queen,” right now, when I can sneak a minute or two.

  110. I just found a copy of “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood for a quarter, so that’s been on my reading list.

  111. Yay!
    “John Adams – McCullough”
    “Atlas Shrugged”
    “The Partly Cloudy Patriot”
    just to name a few…

  112. Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen
    Love Letters of Great Men
    The Birth of Venus – Sarah Dunant
    Beautiful planner!

  113. What a gorgeous planner! Love it.
    On my list:
    The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman
    Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
    City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
    It Sucked and Then I Cried by Heather Armstrong (Dooce)

  114. I spend far too much time reading and my list of books to read goes for miles but a few I’ve wanted to read for a while include “Body and Soul” and “Business as Unusual” by (The Body Shop founder) Anita Roddick, and the 100 Mile Diet.

  115. What a gorgeous planner!
    At the top of my to-read list is Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. I just read it, actually, but it’s so compelling that I just have to read it again. πŸ™‚

  116. currently reading: godel, escher, bach: an eternal golden braid; next up: the upanishads! thanks for a fun giveaway!

  117. What a beautiful planner!
    Currently on my reading list:
    “The Elegance of the Hedgehog” by Muriel Barbery
    “Me Talk Pretty One Day” by David Sedaris
    “Velvet Elvis” by Rob Bell

  118. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn – I just need to peel myself away from my Google Reader long enough to slip in book reading!

  119. I’m reading…
    – Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
    – Crazy Love by Francis Chan
    – Love is the Killer App by Tim Sanders
    P.S. Please please pick me! That calendar is ABSOLUTELY gorgeous and I’m in desperate need of a new calendar for next year. =)

  120. Naked by David Sedaris
    A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
    Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
    oohhhh this is perfect!! I’ve been looking for a planner for awhile. πŸ™‚

  121. Too many to list!
    Right now I really want to finish rereading the Harry Potter series. So I want to read books 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. πŸ™‚

  122. On my list are Atlas Shrugged, Julia & Julia and the soon-to-be released book by Audrey Niffenegger (author of The Time Traveler’s Wife).

  123. Great giveaway!
    Next on my reading list are:
    GLENN BECK’S β€˜COMMON SENSE’, by Glenn Beck
    ACT LIKE A LADY, THINK LIKE A MAN, by Steve Harvey with Denene Millner

  124. Currently reading a book in the Earthsea series by Ursula Le Guin.
    A book on my list is Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace, a hard one to get into for me, so far!
    Looks like a beautiful agenda.

  125. I know I’m a bit behind on my reading, but I just recently finished The Time Traveler’s Wife. I know, what dark cave have I been living in? : )
    Next on the list:
    American Gods by Neil Gaiman
    Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger (when it’s released on Sept. 29th)
    AWESOME giveaway, by the way!

  126. My reading list consists of the following books;
    – The Time Traveler’s Wife
    – Chasing Fire
    – The Elegant Universe

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