What’s On Your Nightstand: September

What's On Your NightstandThe folks at 5 Minutes For Books host What’s On Your Nightstand? the fourth Tuesday of each month in which we can share about the books we have been reading and/or plan to read. You can learn more about it by clicking the link or the button.

I forgot this occurred on the fourth Tuesday! I thought it was coming next week, so I am scrambling here.

I finished this past month:

How Do I Love Thee? by Nancy Moser about the relationship between Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, reviewed here. It took a while for it to grab me, but when it did, it was hard to put down.

Fatal Illusion by Adam Blumer, reviewed here. Grabbed me from the first chapter!

Things Left Unspoken by Eva Marie Everson, reviewed here. Enjoyed it very much.

I have also been getting caught up on a few magazines.

I am currently rereading Becoming God’s True Woman edited by Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

I just posted my Fall Into Reading goals, but the first two in the queue are A Surrendered Heart by Tracy Peterson and Judith Miller and The Missing by Beverly Lewis.

Now if ony the laundry would do itself and dust-covered end tables became fashionably acceptable…

8 thoughts on “What’s On Your Nightstand: September

  1. =D HA! Yes, I would opt for a completely self-entertained child and meals that cooked themselves….

    Well! I’m curious about The Missing so I’ll be looking forward to your thoughts on that one!

  2. Whew–I have been doing my Fall Into Reading list also. So many books, so little time. If you figure out how to get the laundry to do itself, let me know.

    I’ll be interested in hearing what you think about “Becoming God’s True Woman.” It sounds like something I would enjoy.

  3. LOL! I don’t know how you find time to read all you DO! Goodness I would LOVE to get that much reading done! I need to get away from this computer more…. I think I’ll go read for awhile… right NOW! (I now have TWO of your books on my next Amazon order already — I forgot I had put that Fatal Illusions there when you reviewed it!)

  4. Where do you find all this time to read?! I used to read several books a week, but anymore it seems I am always too busy. I have, however, made plans to change that because I miss reading!

  5. Your new header is lovely!

    I like Nancy Leigh DeMoss. We did a women’s study on ‘Lies Women Believe’ several years ago at church, and it was a great success.

    Dust-covered end tables are fashionably acceptable around here!

    Thanks for your thoughts over at my blog. I really appreciate your perspective.

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