Tuesday, March 24, 2009

What is on my Nightstand - March

What's On Your Nightstand

It is time once again for What's On Your Nightstand hosted by 5 Minutes for Books.

I was only able to read 3 books last month:

  • The Great Eight by Scott Hamilton (My Review)
  • Luke's Story by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins
  • The Shack by William P. Young (My Review)

I am currently reading:

  • Weekend Makeover by Don Aslett
  • Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne

I have a lot of books on my nightstand that I hope to get to this month. With spring break coming up, I am not sure how much reading time I will have. So, here goes:

  • The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell
  • The Prayer Chest by August Gold and Joel Fotinos
  • Beauty by Robin McKinley
  • The Door in the Hedge by Robin McKinley
  • Inside the Revolution by Joel C. Rosenberg
  • Blog Blazers by Stephane Grenier
  • The Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging
  • The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
  • Take One by Karen Kingsbury

Now I can go see what other bloggers have on their nightstands and I am sure that my list will grow and grow and grow.

7 comments:

Janet said...

I loved The Shack and The Great Eight. The Door in the Hedge sounds intriguing. I'll have to investigate some of these. Thank you for sharing your list.

morninglight mama said...

Ooh ooh ooh! May I suggest you bump The Hunger Games up to the top of the list?? You'll get through it REALLY quick-- it's such an intense read.

Good luck with your pile!

Kipi said...

I've heard comments from those who loved and those who did not love The Shack. I need to put in on hold at the library so that I can finally read it myself. I don't want to go into it with prejudices, but it doesn't sound like one that I would recommend, either.

Jennifer, Snapshot said...

I'm listening to Hunger Games now as an audiobook. It is good. I'm going to check out your review of the Shack, because it's on my bookshelf but I haven't read it yet.

mountainsofbooks said...

You know I've never heard of The Hunger Wars, but I've seen it in a few places today!

Nise' said...

I saw Scott Hamilton on a talk show recently and would like to read his book. I just finished Around the World.

ibeeeg said...

Robin McKinley is one of my favorite authors. You cannot go wrong with any of the 2 books by her that you listed.