Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Spring Reading Line Up

I'm just about finished with my current read.
Emma's Story by Bob Sjogren & Stephani R. Jenkins
My sis-in-law, Stephani, co-authored it.  Tear jerker much, Steph?  You didn't warn me!  hahahaha.

I downloaded the Kindle App on my iPhone.  Whoa.  I read this....
48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller

 The App is so cool.  I have my iPhone with me most.all.the.time.  So, being able to whip out my "book" and read wherever I happened to be waiting was amazing!  Great book, too, by the way.  Really inspiring and thought-provoking.

So, with these two under and almost-under my belt, that's got me thinking, what's next?

Plan B:  What Do You Do When God Doesn't Show Up the Way You Thought He Should by Pete Wilson

I'm excited to read this book.  Pretty sure I could have used it a number of years ago!  Regardless, I'm looking forward to putting some framework on the idea of a Plan B.  Pretty sure my LifeUncontainable is a Plan B life~and I'm more than fine with that.

Jesus Calling:  Enjoying Peace in His Presence by Sarah Young
My RENEW mentor, Janie, gave me this book.  It's short devotional thoughts from the perspective of Jesus talking to us.  I'm a week and a half into it.  So far, it's not too shabby.

4,000 Questions for Getting to Know Anyone and Everyone by Barbara Ann Kipfer
This caught my eye on {Giggles Glitz and Glam's} blog.  It seemed like a great resource... maybe even another Kindle App purchase for on-the-go!  (Not to mention More Fun-Less Stuff and green, too!)

Fall in Love, Stay in Love by Willard F. Harley, Jr.
I also plan to finish this one.  I started it.  It changed my life.  Wonder what will happen if I actually finish it?

Is there anything else I should add to my "must-read" list for spring?  What are you reading?  Comment below.  Even if you don't have any suggestions or books you're reading, just say "hi"!   I'd love to hear from you.


  1. Glad you linked up that book! I loved it and we had so much going through it when we were dating.


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