Friday, August 14, 2009

What are you reading?

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What have you been reading lately? What's on your list of "to read in the not-too-distant-future"?

Me? Remember me asking about Grace Livingston Hill a few months ago? Well, I finished The Honor Girl not too long ago (my sister is reading it now!!) and am in the middle of A Daily Rate. LOVE THEM!!!!! All of you that said you loved her books, well, I completely agree with you!!!!

Along with A Daily Rate, I'm also reading Blueberries for Sal, The Big Green Pocketbook, and other fun books with Elizabeth. :)

Oh, and let me add, I have found a lot of Grace Livingston Hill's books on Paperback Swap. Let me tell you, if you haven't joined yet, DO SO NOW!!! TONS of great books on there!!!

Okay, so what are YOU reading now?


Cove Girl said...

A Chance to Die: The Amy Carmichael Story by Elizabeth Elliot & Absolute Surrender by Andrew Murray

Scientific Housewife said...

I'm reading "Into Thin Air" but I just finished "The Forgotten Garden" and it was fantastic, I highly recommend it! I also want to read "Dreaming in Hindi" and "The Scenic Route".

Susan P. said...

Mrs. U, I also love the Grace Livingston Hill books. I have several that I would love to give you ~ I just need to "find" where they are:) lol

Cyndi Lewis said...

I'm reading Michael Pollan's The Omnivore's Dilemma. A great book for those of us who want to eat "real" food. The drawback is that the author is coming from a evolutionary viewpoint and not a Christianworld view. It is sadly amusing that he occasionally uses the words designed or created without realizing that he has just admitted to Creation. There can be no design or creation without a Creator.

Charree said...

I have been reading "Whose Voice the Waters Heard" by Robert Vaughan and am starting "Your Boy" by Vicki Courtney.

Have a blessed weekend!

Lynn said...

Finding quite moments for reading has been a problem lately... but when I did have more time, my absolute favorite series is the Mitford Series by Jan Karon. The first book is called "At Home in Mitford". These books will have you laughing, crying, singing and praying. The setting is a quaint town in North Carolina full of sweet and quirky characters you will come to adore!

Hmmm... now I want to read them all over again!

Anonymous said...

I am reading several books, all of which I love! Anne of Green Gables, What Would Jesus Eat, and Home Comforts: The Art and Science of Keeping House.

Anonymous said...

Ted Dekker's Circle Trilogy- he is absolutely amazing. So tenderly written at times... captivating, adrenaline pumping, and so well written!

Gretchen Williams

Melissa said...

I'm wanting to read "Stepping Heavenward" again so badly right now. Unfortunately, it's still at the old house :( I sure could use it right now!

Erin said...

I'm reading Jungle Pilot, it's about Nate Saint, one of the men who was killed in Ecuador by the Auca indians, it's amazing, most of the book are entries from his diaries, I highly recommend it.

A Girl Over 40 said...

Mrs Kimble an excellent book which i cannot put down,highly recommend


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