Wednesday, November 14, 2012

WWW Wednesday

• What are you currently reading?
I have four (yes, 4) going right now:
1. The Hole in our Holiness by Kevin DeYoung. Highly recommended. I'll definitely be talking more about this later.

2. The Mind of the Maker by Dorothy Sayers. I wish I had Sayers' brain, no doubt about it. I'm reading this and following along with the discussion hosted by Ordo Amoris, although I haven't joined in.

3. Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941-1942 by Ian Toll. Started this one and got to page 89 before I got my next book in from the library and started reading it instead.

4. Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben Macintyre. I'm a little over half way through this one. Riveting stuff.

• What did you recently finish reading?
Last novel finished:
Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann. Christian thriller.

Last non-fiction finished (this morning!):
Calm My Anxious Heart by Linda Dillow.

• What do you think you’ll read next?
These are the three in my stack that I think will win the "Read Me Next!" lottery:
1.One for the Books by Joe Queenan. My husband heard about this book on the radio and picked it up for me because he thought I would like it. (My love language may be books. That would not surprise me at all.)

2.The Pilgrim's Guide: C.S. Lewis and the Art of Witness edited by David Mills. A collection of essays. I never get tired of reading books by or about Lewis.

3.Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids by Dr. Kara Powell.

How about you? What are you reading right now? Anything I should add to my stack?
This post is linked to WWW Wednesdays at Should Be Reading. 
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3 comments:

LibrarySnake said...

A bunch of really interesing books :)

http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2012/11/www-wednesdays_14.html

Deb said...

Ummm.... Us Magazine.

(hangs head in shame)

William Stanger said...

Some great books there. I read 'The Pilgrim's Guide' a few years ago. It's a great collection of essays. My WWW is HERE.

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