Monday, January 01, 2007

2007 Want To Reads

~Come Back by Claire and Mia Fontaine

~Violet Dawn, Coral Moon, Crimson Eve by Brandilyn Collins

~ The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards

~Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

~Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller

~Radical Gratitude by Ellen Vaughn

~Smart Women Keep It Simple by Annie Chapman

~Winter Birds by Jamie Langston Turner

~Sacred Influences by Gary L. Thomas

~One Year Off: Leaving It All Behind for a Round the World Journey by David Elliott Cohen

~A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer

~Trusting God in a Twisted World by Elisabeth Elliot

~Painted Shadow: The Life of Vivienne Eliot by Caorl Seymore-Jones

~Ever After by Wendy Loggia

~Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

~The Beast that God has Kissed-Songs from Birch Lake Road by Charlie Smith

~Cure for the Common Life by Max Lucado

~The 10 Commandments of Marriage by Ed Young

~The Character & Greatness of Winston Churchill by Stephen Mansfield

~My Father the President

~The Faith of George W. Bush by Stephen Mansfield

~The Bishop's Daughter by Wanda Brunstetter

~The Unusual Suspect by Stephen Baldwin

~Rachel's Prayer by Leisha Kelly

~Feminist Fantisies by Phyllis Schlafly

~Jewel by Bret Lott

~The Birth Order Book by Kevin Leman

~The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace

~Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury

~Hearts of Gold by Lorne Zeiler

~Crystals Lies by Melody Carlson


gail said...

What a great list Susanne! I'm interested in some of those so I might refer back to this from time to time. I haven't read Blue Like Jazz so I'm interested in hearing what you think about it. Smart women keep it simple sounds intriguing! Anything by Elisabeth Elliot has to be good. I'm going to try some of those fiction ones. Thanks for sharing your list!

Shalee said...

P & P is a must and I loved Blue Like Jazz. Go read!

Jen said...

I can highly reccommend the book Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom. An unforgottable story

and I have read another one of Max Lucado hes so good too

marmeesez said...

Looks like a good list Susanne! The only ones on your list I have read are Pride & Prejudice- an awesome read!!, The hiding place-truly memorable, and I think I might have read the Bishop's daughter.
I agree, anything by Elisabeth Elliot has to be good...

Jenny in Ca

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Wonderful assortment of books! I have read a couple of these and have a couple on my list as well. I have bought one or two of these, too, so I know I will get to those. Can't wait to see what you're reading and what you think of them. Great list :)