Monday, January 1, 2007

2007 Want To Reads

I had set a goal of 30 books for 2007. We'll see if I can make it. With a great list like this to choose from the only thing that could keep me from reaching the goal is time. :v)
So many books, so little time is my cry.

Not in any particular order:

~Uncharted by Angela Hunt
(Spring Reading Thing)

~Graced Based Parenting by Dr. Tim Kimmel
(Spring Reading Thing)

~Violet Dawn by Brandilyn Collins
(Spring Reading Thing)

~ The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards
(Spring Reading Thing)

~The Many Loves of Marriage by Thomas & Nanette Kinkaid
(Spring Reading Thing)

~Hearts of Gold by Lorne Zeiler
(Spring Reading Thing)

~Before I Wake by Dee Henderson
(Spring Reading Thing)

~Return to Me by Robin Lee Hatcher (added April 2007)

~These Boots Weren't Made For Walking by Melody Carlson

~Idol Eyes by Mandissa with Angela Hunt (added June 2007)
(Fall into Reading '07)

~The Cross Examination of Oliver Finney by Randy Singer (added April 2007)
(Fall into Reading '07)

~Elijah: A Man of Heroism and Humility by Charles Swindoll

~Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man, Standing in the Rainbow by Fannie Flagg (added April 2007, Barb's recommendation)

~Skipping Christmas by John Grisham (added April 2007)

~Come Back by Claire and Mia Fontaine

~Coral Moon, Crimson Eve by Brandilyn Collins
(Fall into Reading '07)

~Club Sandwich by Lisa Samson

~Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

~Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller

~the Prince by Francine Rivers

~Radical Gratitude by Ellen Vaughn

~Smart Women Keep It Simple by Annie Chapman

~Winter Birds by Jamie Langston Turner

~Sacred Influences by Gary L. Thomas

~One Year Off: Leaving It All Behind for a Round the World Journey by David Elliott Cohen

~A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer

~Trusting God in a Twisted World by Elisabeth Elliot

~Painted Shadow: The Life of Vivienne Eliot by Caorl Seymore-Jones

~Ever After by Wendy Loggia

~Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

~The Beast that God has Kissed-Songs from Birch Lake Road by Charlie Smith

~Cure for the Common Life by Max Lucado

~The 10 Commandments of Marriage by Ed Young

~The Character & Greatness of Winston Churchill by Stephen Mansfield

~My Father the President

~The Faith of George W. Bush by Stephen Mansfield

~The Bishop's Daughter by Wanda Brunstetter

~The Unusual Suspect by Stephen Baldwin

~Rachel's Prayer by Leisha Kelly

~Feminist Fantisies by Phyllis Schlafly

~Jewel by Bret Lott

~The Birth Order Book by Kevin Leman

~The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace

~Like Dandelion Dust by Karen Kingsbury

~Crystals Lies by Melody Carlson

~The Greatest Generation by Tom Browkaw

~Germ by Robert Liparulo

~Twelve Ordinary Men by John MacArthur

~What About Grace by Phillip Yancey

~Hannah’s Daughters by Marianne Fredriksson

~Garndenias for Breakfast by Robin Jones Gunn

~Fair Game by Elizabeth White

~Quaker Summer by Lisa Samson

~In High Places by Tom Morrisey

~Finder's Fee by Alton Gansky
(Fall into Reading '07)

~On What Grounds by Cleo Coyle

~The Only Road North by Erik Mirandette (added May 2007)

~Ransomed Dreams by Amy Wallace (added May 2007)

~The Restorer by Sharon Hinck (added May 2007)

~In High Places by Tom Morrisey (added May 2007)

~True Light by Terri Blackstock (added May 2007)

~the Debt by Angela Hunt (added June 2007)

~the Grand Weaver by Ravi Zacharias (added June 2007)

~Me, Myself & Bob by Paul Vischer (added June 2007)

~Chasing Fireflies, When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin (added June 2007)

~Veil of Fire by Marlo Schalesky (added June 2007)

~The God I Love by Joni Eareckson Tada (added July 2007)

~Sushi for One? by Camy Tang (added July 2007)

~Lives Turned Upside Down by Faith Cook

~Almost Like a Song by Delia Latham

~The Stonewycke Trilogy by Michael Phillips & Judith Pella
*The Heather Hills of Stonewycke
*Flight From Stonewycke
*The Lady of Stonewycke

~Hero Tales by Dave & Neta Jackson (added August 2007)

~The Other Mother by Gwendolyn Gross (added August 2007)

~Girl Meets God by Lauren Winner (added September 2007)

~Into the Deep by Robert Rogers

~Crossing Over: One Woman's Escape from Amish Life by Ruth Iren Garrett with Rick Farrant

~Firstborn Series by Karen Kingsbury (5 Titles) (added October 2007)

~Nobody by Creston Mapes (added October 2007)

~The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (added October 2007)

~"The Redemption", "The Reliance", "The Restitution" by Mary Lou Tyndall (Legacy of the King's Pirates 3 book series)

~Under the Overpass by Mike Yankoski (added October 2007)

~Zero G by Alton Gansky (added November 2007)

~Alive by Piers Paul Reid (added November 2007)

~Loving Your Man Without Losing Your Mind by Susie Davies (added Dec/07)

~Anna's Story by Jenna Bush (added Dec/07)

~The Zookeeper's Wife by Dianne Ackerman (added Dec/07)

~Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson (added Dec/07)


Jenna said...

Loved your list! I have a very ambitious list too, and we share some books. I'm reading The Memory Keeper's Daughter right now, and ooooohhhh! It's so good!

mama2dibs said...

I so need to make a list. That way when I finish a book I can cross it off. Then my husband couldn't tell me that my reading wasn't for anything. :) I LOVE to read! I think I might check out a few of your books too.

Jennifer said...

Come Back by Claire and Mia Fontaine I am actually reading this book right now. Let me know what you think of it. FInding it a little hard to get into. Happy Reading

Paula said...

Great list. So good variety, too. Thanks!

Beckyb said...

I have Grace Based Parenting on my list too!! You have a lot of good ones on there - can't wait to read your reviews!

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Rel said...

Great List, Susanne :) Thanks for dropping by! I don't think you will be disappointed with Charles Martin's books. I have a transcript of a telephone interview I did with Charles and my book club on my blog. It might be better to read When Crickets Cry first as there are some spoilers in there!

I have read or will be reading many of the same books on your list soon. It will be good to compare notes!

Canadian Bird said...

Seems like so much more than 30 books there! :)

I too want to read Pride & Prejudice...LOVED the (latest) movie...just bought it at Tar-Jay!

Gardenias for Breakfast by Robin Jones Gunn was so good & rather a quick read too. I had to read it for my bookclub ( & was pleasantly surprised.

Oh, & FYI...if your read A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer, you'll HAVE to read his other 2 books (Little Boy Lost & A Man Named Dave). They're worth the read!


Hilda Rebecca said...

This is a great idea! Are you going to follow up with reviews?