Fall Into Reading

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks


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See my fall challenge reading list below. Book covers are links to bookseller page for that product.

Titles with strikethrough are ones I’ve finished.

WEEK OF SEPT 23-30:
Demon: A Memoir by Tosca Lee, The Bark of the Bog Owl by Jonathan Rogers & At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon


OCTOBER:
Mosaic by Amy Grant, Hollywood Nobody by Lisa Samson, Blessings of Purpose by Alicia Hill Jones & A Shadow of Treason by Tricia Goyer


NOVEMBER:
Hood by Stephen Lawhead, Auralia’s Colors by Jeffrey Overstreet, A Bride Most Begrudging and Courting Trouble by Deanne Gist, Faith Awakened by Grace Bridges, Erec Rex: The Dragon’s Eye by Kaza Kingsley, & Scarlet by Stephen Lawhead


DECEMBER:
Wind Follower by Carole McDonnell, A Proper Pursuit by Lynn Austin, What Lies Within by Karen Ball, Distant Heart by Tracey Bateman, Abandoned Identity by Tamara Tilley, The Love Languages of God by Gary Chapman & Off the Record by Elizabeth White


And if I make it through all the above with time to spare I have plenty of backup to fill in the gaps or to continue my reading adventures after the “contest period” including:

A Valley of Betrayal by Tricia Goyer, Sushi for One by Camy Tang, Montana Mistletoe(Novella Collection) by Lena Nelson Dooley – Lisa Harris – Debby Mayne – Kim Vogel Sawyer, The Restorer by Sharon Hinck & Time Masters Book One: The Call by Geralyn Beauchamp



Happy Reading!!!!!!!!!!!!!

12 comments

  1. We have “The Love Languages of God” bought at a convention at which Dr. Chapman spoke. I need to read this.

  2. I enjoyed the presentation of your book list. You sound like you are a very disciplined reader. Enjoy!

  3. Looks like a fun list. Off the Record looks interesting. I actually saw it at Barnes and NOble the other day, but I decided against buying it since I have a lot of other unread books. Snd I love Deanne Gist’s books, Courting Trouble is on my list of books to read this fall.

  4. That’s it! I’m putting Sushi for One on the list! I kept seeing it and finally went over to Amazon to check the review and it looks like a fun read!

    Enjoyed your display! Happy reading…

  5. I thought I was a bookworm, but I don’t think I’ve read any of these books on your list. Happy fall reading.

  6. Looks good! You’ll have lots of variety and some great books to read this fall. I hadn’t seen that book by Gary Chapman, but I’ve really enjoyed all his other books, so I’ll have to check it out. Thanks for being part of the challenge!

  7. I love your list of books…some of my alltime favorites are on there…and I agree…the way you’ve laid it out is way cool!

  8. You’ve got some great books in your TBR pile. I really enjoyed Off the Record, Sushi for One and Valley of Betrayal. And Sharon Hinck has single-handedly made me a selective fantasy reader! I loved the Restorer and the Restorer’s Son!

  9. You are entered for Surrender Bay…and I know what you mean. I check out my favorite blogs, and I’m shocked at how much I missed while I was busy reading all those books on my shelves:-)

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