Tuesday, October 28, 2008

What's On Your Nightstand? October 28, 2008 Edition


It's the fourth Tuesday of the month, so that means it's time for another edition of What's On My Nightstand over at 5 Minutes For Books
My camera is missing in action so this month I will have to list the titles. I keep most of my TBR stack on my dresser. My nightstand holds my older TBR stack.
On my dresser now:
* The Face by Angela Hunt
* A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Bettie Smith
* Cyndere's Midnight by Jeffrey Overstreet
* Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
* An Irishwoman's Tale by Patti Lacy
* Forsaken by James David Jordan
* Rain Song by Alice Wisler
* Out of her Hands by Megan DiMaria
* Until We Reach Home by Lynn Austin
* One Holy Night by J. M. Hocestler
* White Christmas Pie by Wanda Brunsetter
* Jesus Take the Wheel by Stuart Migdon
* The Life and Death of Gabriel Phillips by Stephen Baldwin and Mark Tabb

4 comments:

Heather said...

Jesus Take the Wheel... did that come out before or after that country song by the same name? I guess it's probably a pretty common idiom, but I remember it from that song (which is saying something because I don't normally listen to country music).

Nise' said...

Trying to finish A Tree Grows In Brooklyn for the classic bookclub next week!

Bookfool said...

You always have terrific nightstand piles. Your camera is missing? I'd go to pieces. I can't live without my camera.

heather said...

My book club's reading Overstreet's Auralia's Colors in January--I'm looking forward to it.
I recently finished Out of Her Hands. Love to hear what you think about both these books.
Also, did I see you read My Name Is Russell Fink--I love that book!