What’s On Your Nightstand

My February books:

Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen (audiobook)
Happy To Be Here by Garrison Keillor (book club book)
Hope Renewed: Real Stories of God’s Promises Fulfilled by Sisters In Bloom (free ebook)
Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (audiobook)
The Well-Educated Mind by Susan Wise Bauer
Unbound Birth by Jenny Yarbrough (ebook)
The Readers’ Choice: 200 Book Club Favorites by Victoria Golden McMains
Bird By Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott

I’ve been keeping up on GoodReads and posting a line or two review there if you’re interested you can check them out.

What’s next? Who knows? But maybe one of these…

Hope for the Weary Mom: Where God Meets You in Your Mess by Stacey Thacker & Brooke McGlothlin (ebook)
Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews (ebook)
31 Days of Prayer for our Daughters by the modsquadblog.com
Or one of the books I got for my birthday (pictured above)
The Promise by Chaim Potok
The Body In the Library by Agatha Christie
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See

Actually what I might read first, well… finish reading is The Lamplighter. It’s been on my to-read list for months. I started it while on vacation last fall and loved it but then our house sold and we had to find a new one and then we moved and I went out of town and then my sister got married then it was the holidays and now it’s almost March! Yikes! How did that happen?! I’ll probably start it over, I don’t want to forget any of the goodness of the first quarter of the book!

I also will try to finish our December 2011 book club book, A Year In Provence, finally. If I don’t finish it, you have my permission to get on my case! :-)

What are you reading? Share what’s on your nightstand too!

Happy Reading!

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_BXTFPPTJQBUF7IXMK4USRFKRTI PBacon

    The Well-Educated Mind by Susan Wise Bauer. That is my go to gift for parents seeking to expand on their children’s learning or even contemplating homeschool. I love her organization and all things Classical Education.

  • http://planetnomad.wordpress.com/ edj

    I liked “Water for Elephants” quite a lot overall. Have you seen the movie? I haven’t. And I’ve read 2 of your 3 birthday books :) Great selection!

    5 Minutes for Books

  • Caryl Mousseaux

    Oh, Bird by Bird! I love Anne Lamott. I thought Snow Flower and the Secret Fan was excellent, and you can never go wrong with Agatha Christie, right? A Year in Provence is lots of fun. Enjoy your books!

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