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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

What’s On Your Night Stand?

What’s on your night stand keeping you up until the wee hours? Mine is so full, so many books so little time. Why can’t I have a full time job where I just read for a living? Ooooh I would so love that.

Anyway back to my night stand, I just completed Up Pops The Devil by Angela Benson. I enjoyed this book. I like how Angela draws you into the characters. You feel their aches and pains.

I’m now falling into Rhythms of Grace by Marilyn Griffith. Marilyn's writing is so deep. It's like she knows what you need for your soul. I like reading her books because she always has me thinking about my relationship with God, which is a good thing.

I’m trying to go slow because if I go fast, I won’t get anything done because I’ll want to finish it in one sitting.

What’s on your night stand? Share what you’re reading so we can add more to our night stand.

2 comments:

Patricia W. said...

I just finished Riven by Jerry Jenkins and Camy Tang's Single Sashimi.

Right now I'm pushing through books I need to read for review purposes. So I'm reading Liz Allison and Wendy Etherington's Risking Her Heart, followed by Marcia Gruver's Diamond Duo.

Pamela J said...

I have been reading The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society by Beth Pattillo but have paced myself, against my desires to read, so other things can also get done around the house. Among the waiting to be read next is An Irishwoman's Tale by Patti Lacy. I recently finished John's Quest by Cecelia Dowdy which was excellent reading. I just found out about Up Pops The Devil and am looking forward to the opportunity to read that one soon, though it isn't on my night stand yet.
I'd like to say, all you authors are doing great. I can't wait to read each and every book I can get my hands on!
Pam Williams
cepjwms at yahoo dot com

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