January 22, 2008

Winter Reading Challenge


Trish at A Joyful Heart is having a Winter Reading Challenge. Since I have several books that I've been plugging away at, I decided to join.Here's the list, although I might add to it if I do well. Books I'm currently reading are in red; books I have completed are crossed off.

Fiction:
Little Dorrit, by Charles Dickens (free online)

Cranford, by Elizabeth Gaskell (free online)

Martin Chuzzlewit, by Charles Dickens (free online)


Nonfiction:
The Practice of the Presence of God, by brother Lawrence (free online)

Families at the Crossroads, by Rodney Clapp

Awakening Youth Discipleship, by Brian J. Mahan, Michael Warren, and David F. White

What is Form Criticism?, by Edgar V. McKnight

Life Skills for Kids, by Christine M. Field

Deep Justice in a Broken World, by Chap Clark & Kara E. Powell

Soul Searching, by Christian Smith with Melinda Lundquist Denton

If you are interested in joining, you can get the information here. The challenge ends on March 17, 2008. Sign up by February 11, and you might be the winner of a $25 gift certificate to Amazon.com!

11 comments:

  1. Practicing the Presence of God is a book I almost bought and had skimmed over, it looked good! After I get my reading list read.....I may buy that one, let me know how it was once you finish reading it if you remember!


    http://christianhomekeeper.blogspot.com

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  2. Just stopped by to say hi. Your blog looks great. I always read your new posts on my friends link page so I haven't seen it in a while. I love your title graphic. Good job.


    Kristie

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! You have a very eclectic book list lined up for the challenge. I see you have a link to Libri-Vox...isn't that a great site?

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  4. Thank you for your comment. Yes, I realised after I had posted that my list was quite ambitious. Well, I can still try!


    I have never read, or even heard, of Cranford(Is that how you spell it?) I have read Wives and Daughters though.


    I hope you get through all of your books!

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  5. We have a new state assignments. I hope you can participate!


    Keep Exploring!!


    The State Exploration Team,


    Jocelyn & Elizabeth

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  6. your list is intriguing - i'll have to add some to mine.

    gomomyourock

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  7. Glad you liked my book list. Thanks for coming by!

    Prayers and Blessings,

    Amanda

    http://superangelsblog.com

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  8. Have you started that one yet? I read it last year and did enjoy it quite a bit. It is quirky and unlike her other books, but it was a fun read.


    I hope you are well!


    Warmly,

    Kate

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  9. Tag you're it.


    *Kristie*

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  10. This looks like fun! You have a great blog! There is an award for you at my blog!

    Blessings,

    Laurie

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  11. Thanks for the link to the reading challenge - I'm going to check it out!


    Another TOGGER,

    http://oldspillhouse.blogspot.com/

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