Tuesday, May 26, 2009

What's On Your Nightstand Tuesday May 26, 2009






I have a lot of reading deadlines coming up really soon that I need to finish books for and the stack of books that I want to read with no deadlines is getting bigger and bigger too. I understand the phrase so many books so little time better and better. Sometimes I wish I had taken a speed reading class but I want to enjoy the books I read. It only takes my aunt 45 minutes to an hour to read one of the Love Inspired books which takes me two hours. Everybody is different. :)

13 comments:

Barbara H. said...

Quite a stack of books there!! I wish you well in getting through them.

I don't think I'd want to speed-read either, except in parts. I like to savor books along the way.

Jennifer, Snapshot said...

WOW! I've thought about reading those City of the Dead books, so I hope you post a review next month (or a link to it).

Leya said...

Oh my goodness! I have book envy! ;)

Ruth said...

I'm so glad I'm not the only person who's drowning in their TBR pile... :)

morninglight mama said...

Those are some mighty high stacks you have there! Good luck finding more reading time. ;)

rebornbutterfly said...

found your blog last night, I love it!
we sound fairly similar.... I have pretty much that same amount on my night stand. Even some of the same books :)
Good luck on the deadlines :)

mountainsofbooks said...

That's quite the stack of books!

I read Jane Eyre in high school and really enjoyed it, but now I prefer Wuthering Heights. Tuck Everlasting is on my list for this year too!

Good luck to you!

Just Mom said...

You've got your month all laid out here - no chores - all reading - I think that sounds great!

ibeeeg said...

You do have a might mountain on your nightstand. :)

I am interested in the Lessman books. I have heard they are good.

Nise' said...

Some great books on your stacks! Read the Passion series, you will love it.

Kipi said...

An impressive stack! I'm eager to read your reviews!

Lindsay said...

What a good point.. slow down and enjoy the details. I am a slow reader and get frustrated at times at how long it takes to read something.. but you are right I will get so much more out of it by reading it at my own pace. Have fun reading this month

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Hey, I see my book there!

L. Diane Wolfe
www.circleoffriendsbooks.blogspot.com
www.spunkonastick.net
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