1.09.2012

On My Nightstand...

...you will find:

  

Who Made God?: And Answers to Over 100 Other Tough Questions of Faith edited by Ravi Zacharias and Norman Geisler

What are YOU reading this week?

10 comments:

  1. I am reading The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton, Satisfy My Thirsty Soul by Linda Dillow, and {blush} Catching Fire book 2 of the Hunger Games.
    :)
    Have a great day!

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  2. Joy - Everyone I know is reading the Hunger Games! I haven't...yet. And "The Forgotten Garden" has been in my Amazon cart for months now, but I haven't purchased it yet. Let me know what you think of it!

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  3. Robert Kiyosaki - The Business of the 21st Century

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  4. Carrie! I am also reading In the Company of Others right now! It is so different from the other JK books! How do you like it? I am intrigued! Meaghan

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  5. downstairs by the couch (that counts, right?): Good Wives (Alcott)
    upstairs on the nightstand: The Man Who Was Thursday (Chesterton)

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  6. I'm reading Orthodoxy by G. K. Chesterton. Also starting a new yearly Bible reading plan.

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  7. Loved the Hunger Games books! Cedrick & I were riveted! Fans of those books should also check out The Ranger's Apprentice series by John Flanagan--excellent for teens and adults alike! Love Jan Karon, too! Unfortunately, the only thing I'm reading at the moment (other than your blog, of course) is "Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making." Ugh! ...but I know myself too well to leave other, more tempting literature lying around within reach. Lol! ;)

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  8. Oh dear..I am reading nothing this week, but here are two books I am itching to read: Caleb's Crossing and The Rules of Civility :)

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  9. I'm reading Compelled by Love by Heidi Baker and The Secret River by Kate Grenville, an aussie author. Both v good!

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  10. Lots of good sounding books out there! Love hearing it all - so thanks for sharing. :-)

    Meaghan - It IS different. Did you read the first "Father Tim" novel? About his childhood? I didn't, so I missed the fact that he had a half-brother. At any rate, I'm enjoying it, but I can't get into it quite like I could the Mitford books.

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