Saturday, September 20, 2008

Fall into Reading 2008 Challenge

Yeah, yeah, I I need something else to do.

1. Suspicious Minds by Christy Barritt
2. Faking Grace by Tamera Leigh
3. A Constant Heart by Siri Mitchell
4. Dangerous Heart by Tracey Bateman

5. Moon Over Tokyo by Siri Mitchell
6. Sunset by Karen Kingsbury

7. The Shape of Mercy by Susan Meissner
8. Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America by Stephen G. Bloom

Some of these books are reviews for CFBA, but not all of them. I am a big fan of Siri Mitchell, but haven't read Tokyo yet (it's been buried on the TBR shelf), and Heart is her latest that's coming out. Christy Barritt's was for a blog tour in June, that I posted about but never got the book till recently.

A note about Postville, which I just remembered to add Monday morning. The author is coming to the university in my town next month, as part of its 150th anniversary celebration. One of the committee members is a Curves member, and whenever I'm on duty and she's working out, we talk books (my boss calls it our personal book club!). Anyway, she recommended it to me for my OSC book club, and the club has decided to adopt it as our October book and see the author together.


Meg said...

Happy reading! What a great list! I love both Tamara Leigh and Siri Mitchell. I'm still waiting on The Shape of Mercy from my local library and I have a feeling it's going to be a long wait so let me know if you enjoy it!

Deborah said...

lol except for the last book, i own (or will own) every book on your list. they're all good! Christy Barritt is from my hometown so every place that is mentioned in the book is somewhere i've been.

Katrina said...

Looks good, Pattie! I've heard that Siri Mithcell is a very good writer, but I haven't read any of hers yet. One of these days...

Thanks for being part of the challenge!

carrie said...

OHH I love Curves!! YAY! Those books sound great!

Susanne said...

Looks like a great list. The Shape of Mercy is on my list too.

Angela said...

Looks like a great list, hope you get it all done! Happy Reading!


PinkDaisyGirl said...

I see Tracey Bateman in all the CBD catalogs. I really need to read something by her. Same with Karen Kingsbury. All the Christian fiction I read and I've still never read a Kingsbury. Go figure.

Great list!

~ Kayren

kalea_kane said...

Looks liek an absolutely wonderful list! I am hoping to get my hands on Suspicious Minds one of these days. It looks like a gem! Looks like some fine choices. :) Enjoy your Fall!

eileensblog said...

I really like Tracey Bateman and Tamara Leigh. I haven't read either of the books by them that you listed though. Happy reading!

QallieQ said...

I loved Moon Over Tokyo, enjoy Split Ends was really cute too.

Sad to leave the Baxter's but Sunset was AWESOME!

Happy Reading!