Friday, November 12, 2010

Fall Into Reading 2010 ~ Update

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My book stash that I had at the top of our dresser is slowly dwindling, which is a good thing, but also a little sad to me! While I’m happy to see that I’m reading and accomplishing a little something, now I’m scrounging around trying to find a some of the straggler books and secretly hoping some more lovely books will show up on my doorstep needing reviews!

A few of the books below have been added to my list since I posted my Fall Into Reading 2010 list and I have a few books now on my wait list at the library to keep me busy for the next few weeks. :)

 

Completed Fiction

~ Love’s First Bloom by Delia Parr

~ Surrender the Heart by MaryLu Tyndall

~ Masquerade by Nancy Moser

~ The Vigilante’s Bride by Yvonne Harris

~ A Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann

~ The Twelfth Imam by Joel Rosenberg

Completed Non-Fiction

~ The Bible ~ finished up my Bible in 90 days at the end of October!!

Still Working On…

~ The Soul of C.S. Lewis by Jerry Root ~ using this as my morning devotional and still working on…

~ Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God by Mary DeMuth

 

Fall Into Reading 2010 is hosted by Katrina at Callapidder Days and runs from September 22nd til December 20th. If you are interested in joining up, or learning more, be sure to stop by and visit!

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4 comments:

  1. oo your doing great! I need to assess where I am on my list!

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  2. Great job, Jolanthe! I've been doing well enough that I've been sneaking in a few extra books, but I have to be careful to not abandon the last couple non-fiction books from my list that I'm working on...

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  3. Rush of Wings is one of my favorites!! Heitzman is one of my favorite authors, I love the depth she gives her characters. The second book is just as good (in my opinion) I almost didn't want to read it because I didn't think she could match Rush of Wings, but she did! Funny: I checked out Rush of Wings from my library right before I had Miriam so I could read it during my hospital stay. I was in labor (after the epideral ;-) and was laying there reading it when the nurse came in and asked me what I was reading. Apparently my blood pressure was rising (snicker) because I was holding the book up to read it. ;-)

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  4. Great job, Jolanthe! I've been doing well enough that I've been sneaking in a few extra books, but I have to be careful to not abandon the last couple non-fiction books from my list that I'm working on...

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