Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Fall Into Reading 2008

... over at callapider days, katrina is hosting her annual fall into reading carnival. i have been curious and interested ever since i started blogging, but never had the time to participate. this year i'm up for the challenge and want to join the fun.

so on my book list to read this fall is:

the two towers by jrr tolkien; started this summer but haven't got very far yet

a woman's call to prayer by elizabeth george; started this awhile ago but put it down for some reason. i really enjoy elizabeth george's writings.

the ragamuffin gospel by brennan manning; i have heard alot of good things over the years about this book. i found it at a thrift store a few years ago and i think its time to read it.

the power of a praying woman by stormie omartian; have read her other books and benefitted from them.

created to be his help meet by debbie pearl; this will be a reread. one i need to be reminded of.

those are the ones i have in my own library, then there are ones i want to borrow, beg or steal.

from clutter to clarity by nancy twigg; both monica and carrie wrote reviews of this book monday and it really peaked my interest.


Dies the Fire by SM Stirling; a fantasy/sci fi novel that looks interesting. i know nothing about this author or his works so it may be good or not

maybe a nancy drew mystery

and maybe a political tome

(can i do maybes?)

oh well, here it is. we'll see how i do. check back as i check off and give a review of each of the books i read.


3 comments:

carrie said...

Maybes are a good thing!!! LOL!!!!

*carrie* said...

Gail,

My small group is going to read another Elizabeth George book written for young women.

I've read Power of a Praying Wife, and should pull that out again for my morning times--thanks for the reminder.

Heather in Michigan said...

Gail,
Thanks for leaving the comment on my blog. I've copied 2 titles from your reading wish list and added them to mine:) Thanks for the ideas. By the way, I enjoy the visual look as well as the substance of your blog. Nice to "meet" you!