September 22, 2009

What's on My Nightstand:September

What's On Your Nightstand

I've gotta say, when I looked back on my Nightstand entry for August, I was so excited because I read everything on the list! I know! Well, CJ & I are still reading A Young Woman's Guide to Making Right Choices: Your Life God's Way, because we're taking our time to read and discuss a little each night before she goes to bed. Still, I'm claiming a victory.

I just finished reading the first two books in the Defiance Texas Trilogy, Daisy Chain and A Slow Burn. Excellent reads, both of them. My reviews will be coming at 5 Minutes for Books soon.

So what's waiting on my nightstand?

Fiction:

~The Missionary

~My Hands Came Away Red

~The Moon Looked Down

~Rooftops of Tehran

Non-Fiction:

~Religions of the Stars: What Hollywood Believes and How It Affects You

~Spiritual Mothering: The Titus 2 Model for Women Mentoring Women

What books are in your future? Leave me a comment here, or click over to 5 Minutes for Books and link up your own entry.

Happy Fall, Y'all!





7 comments:

Carrie said...

It's been a long, long time since I've read Spiritual Mothering and I really have been wanting to go back and revisit it.

YAY for reading through books on the nightstand! It feels great, doesn't it!? =)

Jennifer, Snapshot said...

Yes, it does feel good to finish books!

And good for you taking your time with CJ on an important topic.

Lisa notes... said...

I look forward to doing the "Spiritual Mothering" book group with you! Enjoy your reading.

Alana said...

Sounds good! I haven't been reading as much lately...I go in spurts ;-)

Heather C said...

That's the second time someone has mentioned "Daisy Chain" to me this week. Guess I'm gonna have to go find a copy. :)

I'm not reading anything at the moment. Just finished Francis Chan's "Crazy Love" - incredible book!

Thanks for sharing your list! I know that if you appreciate them, I probably will too. :)

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Thanks for playing along today! Good luck~

Diane said...

Your nightstand looks interesting. have a great weekend! :O)