Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Read any good books lately?

I'm working on my Christmas wish list for Dave's family and am wondering if any of you have any good books you would recommend - fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, etc. - anything interesting, really.

2 comments:

Julie said...

I'm glad you're blogging. It seems that is the best way for me to keep up with people. I'm not much of an initiator either!

Christian Fiction:
One of my favorites is Stephen Lawhead. My favorite trilogy was The Song of Albion.

Anything by Beverly Lewis - Amish books. Quick reads.

Tedd Dekker is a great newer author out there. His books are 'different'. Very intriguing. "Three" was actually scary to me.

James Scott Bell has been compared to John Grishim. I read "No Legal Grounds" and really enjoyed it.

A just read a regular book called "The Color of Water". It's a true story. A black man's tribute to his while mother. Very good!

I've also read a bunch of books by authors from the Church of Later Day Saints. They aren't faith based at all. Just clean books. Since I try to only read Christian authors when I run out of books I usually turn to them.

"Ella Minow Pea" was a fun read. "The Goose Girl" was a good one. Right now I'm reading a vampire book called "Twilight". It's written very well. Nothing about God in it. But, it's very clean.

That's all I've got for now :)

Sarah said...

Check out "The Bread Baker's Apprentice" for how-to's on making all kinds of bread. Lots of photos! Good explanations.