Friday, April 10, 2009

On My Nightstand: April Week 2

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What's On Your Nightstand

The library called and Rick was gone on a business trip.

That's really the only excuse I have for reading a 650 page book this week ~ the third book in the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyers. I (sadly) read the book in 5 hours and on Thursday picked up the last book, Breaking Dawn, to read.

The series has sadly sucked me in.

Having the chance to read on vacation and remember how much I really enjoy it has been good...but bad. :) I want to keep reading, but my body can't keep up with the late nights. I still have several books piling up on my nightstand though:
  • The Mentoring Mom: 11 Ways to Model Christ for Your Child - Jackie Kendall
  • Finding Favor with the King: Daily Inspirations- Tenney
  • Finding Favor with the King - Tenney
  • Grace Based Parenting - Dr. Tim Kimmel
  • Breaking Dawn - Stephanie Meyers
  • The Daisy Chain - Mary DeMuth
  • The Miracle at Speedy Motors - Alexander McCall Smith

If you have any other great suggestions, let me know!! My fiction list is dwindling.... *grins*

Be sure to stop by and visit 5 Minutes for Books and their monthly meme called "What's on Your Nightstand?".


2 comments:

  1. Looks like you have a good variety of books on your nightstand. I'm also a Twilight fan. I got a couple of recommendations from the Twilight Series Theories podcast. Next on my list is "Poison Study" (by Maria Snyder) along with the two other books in the series. Followed by the Mortal Instrument series by Cassandra Clare. They both sound like good series to read.

    Have a great weekend.

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  2. I know I'm a little late on this post but I've now spent the last 2.5 hours looking at you blog. I am currently enthrolled in the books on my nightstand. First I'm reading The Birth Order Book by Kevin Leman, I've started Before You Meet Prince Charming by Sarah Mally, and I'm also reading Just in Case How to be self-sufficient when the unexpected happens by Kathy Harrison. After those I'll read Lies Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss, then Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends By the Mally Family. And finally Maidens of Virtue. I'm so excited about these book. I got a lot of them from the HS bookfair this past weekend.

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