On My Nightstand-August

What's On Your Nightstand

Those reading divas over at 5 Minutes for Books want to know What’s On Your Nightstand? In other words, what’s everybody reading? Here’s my list:

I am currently reading:

I plan to read next:

Other books I’d like to read soon:

So, what are YOU reading this month? Link up over at 5 Minutes for Books!

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Author: Lisa Spence

Wife, mother, Bible teacher, bibliophile, occasional blogger

11 thoughts on “On My Nightstand-August”

  1. I like how Jennifer points that out. We're just "regular people" now. 😉 haha.Like your list, of course. And along with Harry Potter I'm also tracking down The Hunger Games at the library. There's a long list of people wanting to read it in front of me – still!

  2. I've been seeing this Mockingjay installment popping up everything the last couple of days (marketing genius). Never heard of this series before. What's so great about it? What's the genre? Should I add them to my list?

  3. J.I. Packer is a great author. I should read that book–my parents are struggling with my bent towards Reformed thinking because of their perception that a high view of the sovereignty of God leads to a de-emphasizing of evangelism. Maybe Packer has some thoughts that would be worthwhile for that discussion 🙂

  4. Wait — are you guys doing Surprised by Grace as on online discussion type thing? I recently downloaded it to my Kindle and would love to follow along with you.I'm almost done with Mockingjay — just didn't have the patience to start back w/ Hunger Games…though I may go back and just re-read the whole trilogy later.

  5. You're the third person I've seen who has Mockingjay on their to-read list. I've never heard of it! I might have to see what all the excitement is about. :)Happy reading!

  6. Wait — are you guys doing Surprised by Grace as on online discussion type thing? I recently downloaded it to my Kindle and would love to follow along with you.I'm almost done with Mockingjay — just didn't have the patience to start back w/ Hunger Games…though I may go back and just re-read the whole trilogy later.

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