Monday, May 24, 2010

What's On Your Nightstand - May

What's On Your Nightstand

For June:

From my April post I read:
The Faceless Fiend by Howard Whitehouse (review)
An Irish Country Girl: A Novel (Irish Country Books) by Patrick Taylor (review)
A Lady Like Sarah (A Rocky Creek Romance) by Margaret Brownley (review)
Maisie Dobbs (Book 1)by Jacqueline Winspear (review coming)
Setting the Stage for Your Child's Faith by Florence Littauer (review)

I also read:
Swinging on a Star (Weddings by Bella, Book 2) by Janice Thompson (review)
Wildflower Bride by Mary Connealy (review)
Wealth Watchers: A Simple Program to Help You Spend Less and Save More by Alice Wood
Come Walk with Me: A Woman's Personal Guide to Knowing God and Mentoring Others by Carole Mayhall (review coming)
The Cake Mix Doctor Returns!: With 160 All-New Recipes by Anne Byrn (review)

I am currently reading:
Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens, Second Edition (Resources for Changing Lives) by Paul David Tripp
Word Gets Around by Lisa Wingate

I listened to:
The Teacher's Funeral by Richard Peck
Here Lies the Librarian by Richard Peck
Wonderful Memories of It's a Wonderful Life by Jimmy Hawkins


  1. Many of these look good to me! I read something by Florence Littauer years back and found her style very encouraging ...

  2. You got a lot read last month. Isn’t it fun? I’ll look forward to your review of “Come Walk with Me.” We’re supposed to do a women’s mentoring class at church this summer.

    I love, love Age of Opportunity! I first read it several years ago, and re-read it periodically. It really was/is helpful in parenting my teen girls.

  3. I would love to hear if that Parenting in the Pew book is any good. I think I need to read it.

  4. What fun, I also have Birds of a Feather and The Masqueraders in the TBR pile. I'll have to come back for your opinion later. :-)

  5. Looks like a lot of good selections there. I think I read Age of Opportunity years ago when my older sons were teens: I should get it out again now that my youngest is in his teens.

  6. All books pretty interesting!

  7. I'm rather envious that your library is still acquiring copies of Georgette Heyer. I've read all that my library owns and they don't show any signs of picking up more :( Heyer is one of my favorite turn-off-my-brain-and-just-enjoy reads.

  8. Oh, I love Richard Peck! Isn't he a hoot? :-)

    I'm off to visit some of your reviews. It looks like you might've reviewed some that would be good for our church book club.

  9. I see that you have Georgette Heyer's book on your nightstand for June. My MIL is a big fan so I thought about getting into her. I'll be curious to know how you like it....

  10. Parenting in the Pew? I haven't heard form it, but love the title and want to know more now...



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