52.) Best Foot Forward by Joan Bauer - This is the sequel to Rules of the Road which I read back in May and I must say I loved both of them. Bauer is great at capturing my attention.
53.) Fresh Off the Boat by Melissa de la Cruz - This book didn't really catch my attention. I love the author this book just wasn't all that great.
54.) Dragon's Bait by Vivian Vande Velde - Loved it. This is a new author for me but I truly loved her style.
55.) Heir Apparent by Vivian Vande Velde - This was a creative story and I really liked to see how the girl struggled with the game she was stuck in. Can't wait to read more by her.
56.) Granny Torrelli Makes Soup by Sharon Creech - This is a cute little story. I am trying to read all the books I haven't read by here and this one is a good one.
57.) All - American Girl by Meg Cabot - This is also a new author for me. I didn't really get into this book but I did like it. It was unique and different.
58.) Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech - This is the same as Love that Dog only the boy writes about a cat that he hates and one that he loves. Very interesting.
59.) Avalon High by Meg Cabot - OMG!!!! I love this story. I love anything that has to remotely deal with the Arthurian period. This was a modern twist to the story and I loved every second of it.
60.) Confessions of a Shopoholic by Sophie Kinsella - This book was good but it hit way too close to home. Good for somebody that isn't in a crap load of debt though. Maybe I will try to read it again one day.
61.) Schooled by Gordon Korman - Another new author that I absolutely adore. This book was cute and kind of ridiculous at the same time. I mean really who would live like that by choice. I guess that is why they call it FICTION.
62.) The Midwife's Apprentice by Karen Cushman - This is a very good and touching story. I love Cushman and I wish I had read her stuff sooner than just this year.
63.) Angus, Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging: Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison - This is also a new author but I heard that this book was good so I picked it up. I'm glad I did because I LOVED it. It was pretty funny and I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
64.) Elske: A Novel of the Kingdom by Cynthia Voigt - I love the author so I picked this up. Not one of her best books but I enjoyed it. This is definitely not her normal story line but well worth the read.
65.) Fake Boyfriend by Kate Brian - I literally just finished it and I was cracking up the whole time I was reading it. It is so ridiculous that somebody would actually do that.
So all in all while September was an extremely busy month for me I managed to read what 14 books. That leaves me with 10 to go and it is only October...I may set my goal to 100 but we will see what happens.