Katrina has issued a challenge to do some fall reading. There's nothing I love more than reading a good book (and I've been known to stick with some bad ones, just to satisfy my curiosity!). I'm famous (or should I say, infamous) for starting books & not finishing them. I'm hoping this challenge will hold me accountable.
I can't think about my calendar for the next few months without hyperventilating! My list is small, and doesn't contain classics like everyone else's. But it's what I can do for now. Without further adieu, here goes (you can click on the titles to find out more)
A Jewel in His Crown by Priscilla Evans Shirer. The first few chapters of this book are amazing. I can't believe I stopped reading it. Life just happened. But I want to know more of what Priscilla has to say. I'm going to start over.
For Women Only: What you Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men by Shaunti Feldhahn. I'm actually leading the companion Bible study beginning on October, but I want to read the original book, too.
Your Girl: Raising a Godly Daughter in an UnGodly World by Vicki Courtney.
The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards.
Welcome to Wahoo by Dennis Carr. I'll be honest, I picked this up at the local library only because the title intrigued me, since I am a Wahoo. The quality of the book remains to be seen.
Rise and Shine by Anna Quindlen.
Divine by Karen Kingsbury.
Oceans Apart by Karen Kingsbury.
UPDATED TO ADD: A Time to Mend by Angela Hunt.
I've put these non-fiction books on my list because I was actually able to get them at the local library. I'm trying to kick the Barnes & Noble habit for a while. I probably have 30 books on my shelves that I need to read (yet I keep going to the library and B&N!). So, I'm hoping for another challenge in in January...to read books we already own! What do you say, Katrina?
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