Monday, September 22, 2008

Fall Into Reading Challenge 2008 hosted by Katrina at Callapidder Days

It's Time Again! Katrina at Callapidder Days is hosting the Fall Into Reading 2008. It runs from September 22 to December 20. I have lots of great books on my list. :) To view other participants lists or to get more details visit:
http://www.callapidderdays.com/

Brittanie's Fall Into Reading 2008 List

Nonfiction-
1. The Sighing of the Winter Trees by Laura Grossman (Poetry)
2. Mutiple Blessings by Jon and Kate Gosslin and Beth Carson
3. The Yellow Lighted Bookshop by Lewis Buzbee
4. A Short Guide to a Happy Life by Anna Quindlen
5. Godly Love: A Rose Planted in the Desert of our Hearts by Stephen Post
6. The Truth About You by Marcus Buckingham

Fiction-
7. John 3:16 by Nancy Moser(ARC)
8. Shape of Mercy by Susan Meissner
9. Cyndere's Midnight by Jeffrey Overstreet
10. A Cut Above by Ginny Aiken
11. Ruby's Slippers by Leanna Ellis(ARC)
12. Wind Dancer by Jamie Carie(ARC)
13. Shadows of Colossus by T. L. Higley
14. Before the Season Ends by Linore Rose Burkard
15. A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban
16. More Than a Cowboy by Susan Hornick
17. Par for the Course by Ray Blackston
18. The Dopple Ganger Chronicles: The First Escape by G. P. Taylor
19. After the Leaves Fall by Nicole Baart
20. Quills and Promises by Amber Miller
21. Beloved Captive by Kathleen Y'Barbo
22. Kill Me If You Can by Nicole Young
23. Zero G by Alton Gansky
24. Engaging Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn
25. My Sister Dilly by Maureen Lang
26. Ripple Effect by Paul McCusker
27. Infidel Graphic Novel by Ted Dekker
28. A Military Match by Patricia Davids
29. The Death and Life of Gabriel Phillips by Stephen Baldwin and Mark Tabb
30. Homefront Holiday by Jillian Hart
31. Home Another Way by Christa Parrish(ARC)
32. A Beautiful Fall by Chris Coppernell
33. Bundle of Joy by Robin Lee Hatcher
34. Less the Dead by Tim Downs
35. Dangerous Heart by Tracey Bateman
36. My Mother's Wish (An American Christmas Carol) by Jerry Camery-Hoggatt
37. Rain Song by Alice Wisler
38. Out of her Hands by Megan DiMaria
39. Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin
40. One Holy Night by J. M. Hochstetler
41. White Christmas Pie by Wanda Brunstetter
42. Dark Pursuit by Brandilyn Collins
43. Single Sashimi by Camy Tang
44. Season of Glory by Ron and Janet Benrey
45. Leave it to Chance by Sherri Sand
46. When Mother was Eleven-foot-Four by Jerry Camery-Hoggatt
47. A Matter of the Heart by Patricia Davids
48. Courting Miss Adelaide by Janet Dean
49. Back to Life by Kristen Billerbeck
50. Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman
51. Long Journey Home by Sharlene MacLaren
52. The Chosen by Chaim Potok (Reread)
53. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
54. An Irish Christmas by Melody Carlson
55. Hannah Grace by Sharlene MacLauren
56. The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
57. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
58. A Texas Thanksgiving by Margaret Daley
59. Family Treasures by Kathryn Springer
60. Holiday Illusion by Lynette Eason
61. The Fall of Candy Corn by Debbie Viguie
62. The Winter of Candy Cane by Debbie Viguie
63. A Promise to Believe In by Tracie Peterson
64. Finding Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn (reread)
65. The Promise by Chaim Potok (reread)
66. Summer Snow by Nicole Baart
67. Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland





***Green means I have finished the book***

29 comments:

Pattie said...

Whew! That makes me tired just reading the list :) good luck!

Bookfool said...

I was going to say something similar to what Pattie said. That is a huge list -- half a year's reading, for me. You have some wonderful titles/authors. I'm going to enjoy hearing your thoughts about them. I'd love to join in on this challenge, but I'm all challenged out. I'm just doing one at a time. Have fun!

Deborah said...

sigh I wish my list could be as long as yours, blasted grad school!!! i'm reading John 3:16 right now for CFBA, it's really good.

Katrina said...

Okay, THAT is a lot of books! I'd be lucky to get through that many in a year. :) Looks like you have some really good ones on there. Enjoy ALL your fall reading!

carrie said...

That's quite the list!!!! Quite a few I'd like to read at some point too!!!

Susanne said...

Wow! You must be a speed reader. I wish I could get even a smidge of this kind of list done! Happy reading!

Robin said...

Wow! Your list is longer than mine. I've heard of about 1/3 of the authors on your list. I'll have to look up a few. I forgot about Don Brown. I've been wanting to read his Navy Justice series, so will have to put on my wish list.

Happy reading!

Robin of mytwoblessings

Lindsay said...

Wow what a list! I think I got my reading in for the day just reading the list :-P. Have fun reading this fall.

Ronnica said...

Dude! That's some list! Are you really going to be able to tackle this? That's crazy!

I have only read 2 books on this list: Jane Eyre and The Red Badge of Courage. I didn't like that second one very much.

Margaret Daley said...

What a list!!!

Margaret

PinkDaisyGirl said...

Gosh!

Well, don't have many words to say after reading that list of yours.

I can say that I have Par for the Course by Ray Blackston on my future list. I read a three-book series he wrote and loved his writing style.

Sharlene MacLaren said...

My goodness girl, that's a lofty list of books! I need to nab a few of those from you, particularly since I'm leaving with hubby tomorrow for a two-week vacay! But I think I have a couple others I can tuck in my bag.

By the way, I was especially excited to see "Long Journey Home" on your to-be-read list. That was the very first manuscript I ever wrote. Of course, I had to rewrite, revamp, revise, and revisit it about a zillion times to make it publisher ready but, alas, it finally made it, and I'm TICKLED TO PIECES.

God bless you and your reading passions! Isn't it just the best thing ever to escape with a book? I love it!

Love and Hugs,
Shar

Jen said...

Great list! Ruby's Slippers and Wind Dancer look really good. =]

Lisa said...

Your list is AMAZING! And here I thought I was going to read a lot this fall. When do you usually fit reading into your schedule? Or perhaps its the other way around... :-)

Carrie K. said...

I absolutely loved The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop. That's quite a list - good luck!

CeeCee@Book Splurge said...

Great list! Many I will pick up this season too. Enjoy your reading.

Leya said...

Oh my! That's quite an impressive list!

Happy reading!

BecauseImTheMommy said...

Good grief! I think I just consummed my reading time by reading your list! I am, however, going to check out a few of these. I'm interested in So you Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore.

poohangie said...

THank you for stopping by my blog. I am just starting out and am enjoying blogging so far. I also would like to read Leave it to Chance by Sherri Sand. Stop by anytime.

Michelle said...

OH my word that's quite the list..I'm impressed..thanks for the blog visit.

kalea_kane said...

You have an awesome list. My hat is off to you, my dear! Wow. So many authors I would love to read. I am crazy about Cami Tang and Colleen Coble, and well...just about everyone on your list. Enjoy your Fall!

Kelly

Jenny B. Jones said...

My list is 3x that long...
Okay, no! It's not. How in the WORLD can you read all those books? You're like Super Reader!

crittyjoy said...

wow what a list...I am jealous :o)

You have already finished Single Sashimi...I am reading it now :o)

Looks like a great list and we have some of the same books to read :o)

Enjoy!

eva said...

Wow! A list like mine! I didn't think there were any other crazy people out there. :D

Good luck on your reading journey!

Feel free to drop by my blog and take a look around. Don't hesitate to leave a comment or two! :D

eileensblog said...

Wow you do love to read, awesome!

The only books on your list I have read are Orchid House (not my fave by her though I loved her other books) and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (read a LONG time ago).

Books that are on my TBR list are So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore (though we just started going to a church we love and I DO want to go!), The Yellow Lighted Bookshop (almost put that on my Fall Into Reading list), My Sister Dilly (I met Maureen Lang, she is so nice), Less Than Dead (love his books), Back to Life (love her books), and Jane Eyre (which I tried to read twice and couldn't get into but I am going to try again!)

Happy reading!

Bitsy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! BIG LIST!!! I look forward to the recipes in the Fluke book!!!
Happy Reading, Bitsy

QallieQ said...

I don't think you have enough books, j/k

that is awesome you have that much time to read! ENJOY

Happy Reading

Alessandra said...

Impressive list!

Michelle Sutton said...

Oh, cool, my book is on your list!