Monday, September 22, 2008

Fall Into Reading 2008


What would fall be without Callipider Days Fall Into Reading. And here we are at the first day of fall so that means we are onto the FIR 2008. I always look forward to this each spring and fall and this year is no expception. So here we go:

"Going for Gold" by Catriona Le May Doan

"A Time To Mend" by Gary Smalley and Sally John

"Snitch" by Rene Gutteridge

"My Heart Remembers" by Kim Vogel Sawyer

"The Wednesday Letters" by Jason F. Wright

"Straight Up" by Lisa Samson

"The Applause of Heaven" by Max Lucado


And book tours for (not pictured because they haven't arrived yet):

"Forsaken" by James David Jordan

"For Young Men Only" by Jeff Feldhahn and Eric Rice with Shanti Feldhahn

"The Shape of Mercy" by Susan Meissner

And for ladies group study:

"I Second That Emotion" by Patsy Clairmont


So what are you reading this fall?

23 comments:

gail@more than a song said...

I hope you enjoy My Heart Remembers, I thought it was good! It was my first thing to read by that author. Great looking list, will look forward to what you think about them!

ellen b. said...

Looks like you have a wonderful Fall ahead with these books to read and I know you'll enjoy your books. Happy Fall to you!

GiBee said...

Lets just say... I barely have time to keep up with my home let alone read... which makes me very jealous that everyone else is reading. VERY.

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Wow, that's a wonderful set of books you are planning to read! There's several that I'm interested in, so I can't wait to see what you think about a lot of them.

Happy Reading!!!

Tammy said...

Oh is it Fall into Reading today??? I wasn't sure if I'd do that this year since every time I bite off more than I can chew...;)
Your list sounds good...I actually haven't heard of any of these titles yet but know some of the authors and I like them a lot.

I have something for you over at my place! :)

Barbara H. said...

I've not heard of most of those, but My Heart Remembers and A Time to Mend sound really good.

Faith said...

The one Christian book I am currently enjoying immensely is Sacred Pathways...it is just fabulous!

Much Ado said...

Oh, some great picks here. I LOVE the photo of your books, very FALLish! :)

Linda said...

I love it when others post about what they're reading. Gives me great ideas. I'm reading a novel right now - "These Is My Words" by Nancy Turner. It is the fictional diary of a young woman in the late 1800's settling in the west.

Robin said...

What a great list of books. They all look interesting. My wish listing is starting to get very long. "snitch" looks particularly good. Look forward to hearing what you think about it.

Robin of mytwoblessings

Amydeanne said...

looks like a great list! :)

Jen said...

My Heart Remembers sound very good. I haven't heard of some of those authors, great inspiration. Thanks.

Katrina said...

Looks good, and (of course) I love the picture! I really enjoyed Straight Up -- it was one of my first Lisa Samson books. And though I haven't read Snitch, I usually like Rene Gutteridge's books too.

Thanks for joining the challenge!

Michelle said...

Great list -) I still have to do my list...

Shalee said...

Oh, you'll love "The Applause of Heaven"! Wonderful!

I'm interested in hearing about the remaining books...

Lisa said...

Yay! You had the same idea to stage your actual books with the falls props. Looks like a great list...have fun reading!!

Sandra said...

Oh you got good books Susanne, I have to remember to enter the Fall Reading 2008.

Lindsay said...

That looks like a great list. I saw the Wednesday Letters at Barnes and Noble and almost added it to my pile. I hope you like it :-)

Islandsparrow said...

A good pile of books Suzanne - I just finished a Jane Kirkpatrick book. I finished it but it wasn't one of my favourites.I'm looking forward to trying some Barbara Pym books.

PinkDaisyGirl said...

I have The Wednesday Letters on my list too. I also have the series that Snitch book is in on my wish list on CBD. I love cozy mysteries. You have a great list!

~ Kayren

Kelly said...

Look forward to your reviews:)

Nise' said...

Love how you "accented" your books! The Wednesday Letters was very good. Enjoy.

Tara said...

Those all look good. I have The Wednesday Letters to read and forgot to put it. I overplan, or can you tell. Haha...I doubt I'll get to all of mine, but I know I'll have fun trying.