Fall Into Reading '08

I've been looking forward to the Fall Into Reading challenge for quite some time. Last year I had so much fun participating as I tackled my book basket with gusto. I came across quite a few new-to-me-reads listed by other participants that I added to my reading list and have read this past year. The craziness of the last few months as we moved and settled into our home has given way to a routine once again, and I now have time to read! :) Here are the books that I have planned to read between now and the end of the year: Non-Fiction The Ministry Of Motherhood by Sally Clarkson Susanna Wesley by Arnold A Dallimore Circumference of Time by Maret Dinsmore From Where I Stand by James Knox Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon by Charles Ray Fiction Ester Ried by Isabella Alden The Exact Truth by Isabella Alden All She Ever Wanted by Lynn Austin Hidden Places by Lynn Austin Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin Sunset by Karen Kingsbury The Longing by Beverly Lewis Waiting for Summer's Return by Kim Vogel Sawyer When the Soul Mends by Cindy Woodsmall
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If you would like to participate in this year's reading challenge or see what others are reading, visit Katrina's blog Callapidder Days. Participation guidelines for the challenge can be found here. If you're visiting Riverbend Ramblings for the first time, I hope you'll stop by again! :)

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Monday, September 22, 2008
Fall Into Reading '08
I've been looking forward to the Fall Into Reading challenge for quite some time. Last year I had so much fun participating as I tackled my book basket with gusto. I came across quite a few new-to-me-reads listed by other participants that I added to my reading list and have read this past year. The craziness of the last few months as we moved and settled into our home has given way to a routine once again, and I now have time to read! :) Here are the books that I have planned to read between now and the end of the year: Non-Fiction The Ministry Of Motherhood by Sally Clarkson Susanna Wesley by Arnold A Dallimore Circumference of Time by Maret Dinsmore From Where I Stand by James Knox Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon by Charles Ray Fiction Ester Ried by Isabella Alden The Exact Truth by Isabella Alden All She Ever Wanted by Lynn Austin Hidden Places by Lynn Austin Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin Sunset by Karen Kingsbury The Longing by Beverly Lewis Waiting for Summer's Return by Kim Vogel Sawyer When the Soul Mends by Cindy Woodsmall
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If you would like to participate in this year's reading challenge or see what others are reading, visit Katrina's blog Callapidder Days. Participation guidelines for the challenge can be found here. If you're visiting Riverbend Ramblings for the first time, I hope you'll stop by again! :)

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9 Comments:
Blogger Carrie said...
I was given a copy of The Mission of Motherhood when I became a mommy and I found it insightful and good.

I also love Lynn Austin.

Looks like you'll be having some fun!

Blogger Mishel said...
Sounds like a great list. I always enjoy hearing what others are reading. : )

Blogger Katrina said...
Looks like a very good list! I, too, enjoyed Mission of Motherhood -- lots of good stuff to apply.

Thanks for joining the challenge!

Blogger PinkDaisyGirl said...
I have The Mission of Motherhood on my list too.

Your fiction selections look awesome!

~ Kayren

Blogger Hill upon Hill said...
I am really learning a lot from the Ministry of Motherhood.

Blogger Mommy said...
It looks like you have a lot of great books picked out:) Happy Reading:)

Blogger Lindsay said...
That looks like a great list! Have fun reading this fall :-)

Blogger Nise' said...
Looks like some great books! I have yet to read Lynn Austin. I hope to do so soon!

Blogger QallieQ said...
Karen Kingsbury is my favorite author, I was so sad to see the series end, but it was AWESOME>

rumor has it the baxter's will cameo in the next series.

Happy Reading!

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