Tuesday, March 25, 2014

What's On Your Nightstand - March

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What's On Your Nightstand

March has ended up being a good month. I was wanting to have Les Miserables finished by today, but that didn't happen. Right now I am aiming to have it finished by the end of March. April is gearing up to be an incredibly busy month, so I am making my Nightstand a little lighter. If I get more read I will be more than thrilled.

April's Nightstand:

From February's Nightstand I read:

I am currently reading and almost finished with:
I also read:
  • Taken at the Flood by Agatha Christie - Another Poirot.
  • Miss Buncle Married by D.E. Stevenson - A fun follow-up to Miss Buncle's Book. I think I liked this book a little better than the first.

  • Dreams, Plans, Goals by Ken Gaub - Most of this I've heard or read before, but I did walk away with a tid-bit or two to jot down and dwell on.
  • Handoff: The Only Way to Win the Race of Life by Jeff Myers - Offering how-to pass on your values and your belief's to your children. Small book that packs a powerful punch.
 I listened to:
  • Black Sheep by Georgette Heyer - Not Heyer's best, but still enjoyable.
I also finished up reading as read-aloud to my kids. These were books we started back in September:


  1. As always, I'm impressed. Almost finished with Les Mis? Wow!

  2. I own Les Miserables, but have not read it... Loved your list. I am a big Dickens fan, but have never read Oliver Twist. Tale of Two Cities is one of my favorites.

    So nice to "meet you" through the "What's On Your Nightstand" link up today! :)

  3. Hmm...those Miss Buncle Books are catching my eye.....

  4. I read the unabridged Les Mis a few years ago. One of my favorites though I could have done without some of the side trails. :-)

    I have Feminine Appeal but haven't read it yet.

    I've never tried Heyer but should some time.

  5. It's always good when you can recognize that you'll be busy up front and set your expectations a little lower for a month.

    Feminine Appeal catches my eye, but I have such a back-log of Christian living type books already on my bookshelf. It's hard to know whether I should get any more or not.



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