Katrina at Callapidder Days is hosting a Fall Into Reading Challenge. She is challenging us to join up and list the books that we would like to get read this fall. And there's a prize! Go check it out over at her site, decide on your books and join up. It's a wonderful way to get through those books that have been sitting there since you started blogging. C'mon ladies, I know you've got those on your nightstands, you know what I'm talking about!
So with no further ado, here is my list!
1. Divine by Karen Kingsbury ~ I love Karen Kingsbury books. She always reaches into my heart with everyday issues. Divine is a story of an educated, powerful woman in Washington, DC but a woman with a past, who has come to a crossroads in her life.
2. TeenAge Boys by Bill Beausay ~ This has been in my sidebar all summer. I'm determined to get into it as I have a boy whose 14. This is a Focus on the Family resource.
3. Club Sandwich by Lisa Samson ~ I've read some of the historical novels by Lisa so I'm excited to read a contempory novel by her. It's about a woman caught in the "sandwich generation" caring for aging parent and trying to raise her kids and take care of her family.
4. the Novelist by Angela Hunt ~ Love Angela Hunt. Her books are always a "I can't put it down" treat. Expect the unexpected. This one is about an author and her fiction world and her reality becoming blurred.
5. Elijah by Charles R. Swindoll ~ From the Great Lives from God's Word Profiles in Character Series. Love these books. They're actually studies of the specific character but in a very readable novel type form. If you're not careful you may learn something!
There is my list. I'll link them to Amazon in my sidebar later, under Coffee And A Good Book, if you'd like to go check them out. And I'll probably be adding after going through everybody else's wonderful lists.
So come and join us. You may even get some ideas for more books to read from everybody's lists. And if you don't get to your whole list, hey, it's just to challenge you. There is no list police.