Thursday, April 05, 2007

Books read so far in 2007

Here are the books I've read so far in 2007. For the most part, the month they are listed under is when they were finished, some were begun the previous month.

This year (can you believe for the first time?), I decided to write everything down that I have read. I should have been doing this since Kindergarten.

Crunchy Con by Rod Dreher
The Table of Inwardness by Calvin Miller
Heaven: Close Encounters of the God Kind by J. Duplantis
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs (devotional)

The Art of Creative Living by Thomas Kinkade
1776 by David McCullough
The Mark of the Christian by Francis Schaeffer
Back to Freedom and Dignity by Francis Schaeffer
Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey (returned to library, must finish!)
Encyclopedia of Country Living by Carla Emery (huge reference book...skimmed)
How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life by Peter Robinson


12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman by Lane Jordan
The Simple Home by Sharon Hanby-Robie
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
Chopping Spree by Diane Mott Davidson
The Heart of France - Victoria
Romantic Country Style - Victoria
Intimate Home - Victoria
The Traditions of Christmas - Victoria
At Home With Roses - Victoria
Mrs. Whaley and Her Charleston Garden by Emily Whaley
The Post-Petroleium Survival Guide by Albert Bates (had to library unfinished)


Queen of the Castle by Lynn Bowen Walker
With Love, Edith by E. Schaeffer (still reading)
Mary Jane's Ideabook by Mary Jane Butters (still reading)
The Pleasures of Tea - Victoria


Lindsey @ Enjoythejourney said...

I'm reading Queen of the Castle right now :)

I love to see your list. It motivates me! :) We're fellow book kindreds!

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

I'll be doing another review of it in May but it is a WONDERFUL book for Christian homemakers.

picketfencemom said...

Hi Brenda,
I enjoyed reading your book list. I keep a reading journal as well, and right now I'm at about 40 for the year. I plan to do a monthly post on what I've read. I've gotten some great recommendations from your blog (some I've already read and some I plan on getting.) In fact, right now I'm about to start reading the Thomas Kinkade book that you mentioned a while's right by my bed!
I'm definitely a book in, let the other women have high fashion boutiques and jewelry stores...give me a library or used bookstore any day of the week! LOL
Keep 'em coming! LOL Have a blessed Easter weekend!
A fellow bibliophile,

Carrie J said...

Carla Emery's book is one of my fave reads. I grew up on a farm and like to believe that I could live like Carla did. Sadly she passed away this past year. From everything I heard of her she seemed to be a very nice person.

amber@sahm's musings said...

I just found you through the thinking blogger site/comments. I too like coffee, tea, and books. You have quite a book list. I thought you might be interested in this...

I just joined her list. Happy reading.

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

Yes, likeminded bibliophiles!

Maggie Ann said...

What a neat post. I finished Crime & Punishment recently and meant to give a book Maybe later.

Robin said...

Don't you just love MaryJanes book?