Thursday, June 19, 2008

Spring Reading Thing 2008

It's Here! Spring Reading Thing 2008 sponsored by Katrina at Callapidder Days.
For more details and sign up visit her blog:

My goals include reading more nonfiction this Spring.

Nonfiction List:
*The Handbook for Discovering God's Will by Gordon Jackson
*Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations by Alex and Brett Harris
*Exposing Darwinism's Weakest Link: Why Evolution Can't Explain Human Existence by Kenneth Poppe

Fiction List:

*Danny Gospel by David Atheny
*Ryan Walters and the King's Sword by Eric Reinhold

*In the Company of Secrets by Judith Miller
*Finding Hollywood Nobody by Lisa Samson
*House of Dark Shadows by Robert Liparo
*Betrayed by Jeanette Windle
*Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane
*Legacy of Secrets by Sara Mitchell
*MIA: Missing in Atlanta by Debby Guisti
*Witness by Susan Page Davis
*Finding Marie by Susan Page Davis
*When Zeffie Got a Clue by Peggy Darty
*Amber Morn by Brandilyn Collins
*Trouble the Water by Nicole Seitz
*Winter Haven by Athol Dickson
*The Big Picture by Jenny B. Jones
*Embrace Me by Lisa Samson
*From a Distance by Tamera Alexander
*Defiance by Don Brown
*Black Sea Affair by Don Brown
*Skid by Renee Guttridge
*She Always Wore Red by Angela Hunt
*Par for the Course by Ray Blackston
*Bella by Lisa Samson

* Whispers Along the Rails by Judith Miller

*The Bounty Hunter's Bride by Victoria Bylin
***I still might add to it***
Green means I have finished it.


Lindsay said...

What a great list. Have fun reading this spring :-)

Deena Peterson said...

Love your list! Nice to meet a fellow book lover:-)

Nise' said...

Some great books/authors on this list. Happy Reading.

Ellie said...

I've seen 'Finding Hollywood Nobody' on a couple of blogger's list and am now eager to read reviews of the title.

Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

Wow, that's quite a list! I see some great authors on there that I really enjoy, and also some I've never heard of that I'll have to check into. Thanks for joining SRT '08!

eva said...

A list nearly as long as mine! I knew there was someone as crazy as me out there! Great choice of authors!

Rel said...

Some great reads there :)

Melissa said...

Oh. my. goodness! That's a lot of reading to do! I love to read myself...but I'm not nearly as ambitious as you are. good luck!

Melissa in Mel's World said...


WOW...that is a long and impressive list! I love it! It is so great to see another BOOK LOVER out there and to see what they are enjoying in their reading time!

Nice to meet you!
Come and Visit with Me at Mel's World with Melissa Mashburn! and Mel's World Travel Biz!

Jenny B. Jones said...

Totally praying for your job interviews! Good luck. You'll do great!

Bookfool said...

What a great list and, wow, you are really cooking!

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful list - Two of the non-fiction titles leapt out at me (unusual as I am a fiction fan). Namely "Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations" - the title sounds heartening! and "Exposing Darwinism's Weakest Link: Why Evolution Can't Explain Human Existence" - I will check these out for sure. I am so tired of hearing that we as humans are nothing more that a body or a chemical factory. Science does little to acknowledge the human spirit. We are so much more than "animals" and Darwin and the psychiatrists do little to defend us a spiritual beings! Thanks for the recommends!

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