Fall Into Reading Challenge


Katrina at Callapiddar Days has launched her Fall Into Reading 2007 challenge. Since my book basket is overflowing with a huge pile of books, I thought that participating in the challenge would give me the incentive to log some serious reading hours. I don't have many spare moments to crack open a book, so most of my reading is done at night after the kids have gone to bed. I've been known to pull an all-nighter now and then, which I'm sure nobody else does, (right, Becky?). :)

Without further ado, here's my fall reading list.


A Lady of High Regard by Tracie Peterson

Acts Dispensationally Considered by C. R. Stam

Ever After by Karen Kingsbury

Going Home by Wanda Brunstetter

Leota's Garden by Francine Rivers

Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury

Mission: Motherhood by Cathy Corle

Shepherding a Child's Heart by Tedd Tripp

Summer by Karen Kingsbury

The Choice by Nicholas Sparks

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell


Yep, there's quite a bit of variety. After I finish a book I'll cross it off of my list. Happy reading! :)

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Monday, September 24, 2007
Fall Into Reading Challenge

Katrina at Callapiddar Days has launched her Fall Into Reading 2007 challenge. Since my book basket is overflowing with a huge pile of books, I thought that participating in the challenge would give me the incentive to log some serious reading hours. I don't have many spare moments to crack open a book, so most of my reading is done at night after the kids have gone to bed. I've been known to pull an all-nighter now and then, which I'm sure nobody else does, (right, Becky?). :)

Without further ado, here's my fall reading list.


A Lady of High Regard by Tracie Peterson

Acts Dispensationally Considered by C. R. Stam

Ever After by Karen Kingsbury

Going Home by Wanda Brunstetter

Leota's Garden by Francine Rivers

Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury

Mission: Motherhood by Cathy Corle

Shepherding a Child's Heart by Tedd Tripp

Summer by Karen Kingsbury

The Choice by Nicholas Sparks

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell


Yep, there's quite a bit of variety. After I finish a book I'll cross it off of my list. Happy reading! :)

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14 Comments:
Blogger Becky said...
Yes we do have some similar choices. And you have some on your list that I have read and enjoyed. So you will have fun.

Anonymous ellen b said...
Enjoy your Fall Reading. Blessings...

Blogger Julie's Jewels said...
My daughter Kristina has several of those books you mentioned. She just bought a bunch of books with her bday money she got this weekend. She loves to read...I on the other hand do not. I do good to read my bible and I don't even read it as much as I would like to or should.

Great list! Have fun reading.

I am currently re-reading the 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman.

Blogger Deborah said...
great list! a lady of high regard is REALLY good, you should enjoy it

Blogger Christina said...
My favorite season to read in is winter. Oh, to snuggle up with a cup of coaca and a good book...

Anonymous Lana G! said...
Happy Reading and this wonderful cozy season!

Blogger Susan said...
I'm thinking about joining in on this challenge. I just have to decide what I want to read! Your choices look like good ones.

Blogger nannykim said...
Sounds like you have a similar problem as I do...I have so many books I like to read and want to I grab spare moments! Hey here is a challenge to you. Go to my blog and read the post for Sept 25 on Thankfulness again--smiling in the heart. Then go to your blog and post a list of things you are thankful for today ;-) --God bless.

Blogger Mrs. Darling said...
Those books look lovely. Im not going to be able to join the challenge this fall. I just dont have the time but Im sure enjoying reading every one elses book lists.

Blogger Faith said...
You are planning on reading some great books. I own a copy of 5 Love Languages of Children and refer to it often. I have had it since my oldest was 4 (she is now 14)....it was so helpful to learn their love language and I used it often when I taught Parenting Classes at an inner city crisis pregnancy center. Have fun reading!

Blogger Katrina said...
The Five Love Languages books are great and have helped me so much! Looks like a great list. Thanks for being part of Fall into Reading!

Blogger Robin said...
The 5 love language books are great. I started 5 love languages for children, then it got buried on my nightstand. Thanks for reminding me.. I may have to add to my list.

Happy Reading

Robin

Blogger TrainingHearts said...
Looks like a great list of books to read!

Read, read, read!
~Tamara

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