Thursday, March 01, 2007

Spring Reading Challenge

Below is a list of the books I plan to read this Spring for the Spring Reading Challenge.

I have listed everything except the titles of gardening books I plan to read. My yard is calling for me to plant more flowers and my deck looks absolutely forlorn so I will be doing more research on gardening this year than ever before. Trust me...I'll eventually tell you the titles! :)

As usual, I'll be reading various magazines...

Tea Time every two months...

Sometimes Southern Lady, Paula Deen, Romantic Living, Midwest Living and when I am blessed enough to find an old copy...Victoria!

I just subscribed to Books & Culture; A Christian Review, too.

Nonfiction: Biography/Autobiography
Witness by Whittaker Chambers
Madam Curie by Evie Curie
The Victorian Lady; The Story of Edith Holden by Ina Taylor

Nonfiction: History
The Bounty; The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty by Caroline Alexander

Nonfiction: Food, Decorating and Gardening
The Romance of Country Inns by Gail Greco
The Simple Home by Sharon Hanby-Robie
Various Gardening Books

At the Back of the North Wind by George MacDonald
The Father Brown Omnibus by G. K. Chesterton
Chopping Spree by Diane Mott Davidson

Edith Schaeffer books:
Love, Edith; L'Abri Letters 1948-1960
Dear Family; L'Abri Letters 1961-1986
A Way of Seeing

Devotional Reading
My Utmost For His Highest
The Table of Inwardness by Calvin Miller


Anonymous said...

I know what you mean about the yard calling for some tender loving care but the weather here is just not cooperating so I suppose it will have to wait.
I may have to looking into finding your devotional material. One can never have enough of those. Your other "to-do" reads sound interesting as well.
I thoroughly enjoy your site and all it's interesting information.
Thank you for sharing it with us.

Kimberly said...

I've been thinking about this as well...What to read in Spring? I'll have to give it some thought. May I borrow your darling SRC button? I'll make it link back here...
Do stop by for tea, if you can. I've added several new recipes just this weekend.