Because I participated in the Spring Reading Thing 2010, the amount I read between March and June really increased from my norm. Accountability, I guess. Once I committed to reading certain books to a bunch of bloggers, I couldn't back down. So, I want to continue my reading pace with a new challenge. I've decided to join the Summer Break Reading Challenge and I'm hoping some of you will join me. It's running from June 23rd to the end of August. You can get the details by clicking on the challenge link or here. I want to thank KarinLibrarian for hosting. Here's what I plan to read (in no particular order). I hope to read more, but I don't know how I'll get through these in time. Maybe I'll surprise myself like I did in the last challenge.
I am looking forward to reading the second book in the Mark of the Lion series. Ever since I read Redeeming Love a couple of years ago, I have loved Francine Rivers. She's an amazing writer and I'm sure this book won't disappoint.
7. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
I CANNOT WAIT to read this book when it comes out in August. I devoured The Hunger Games and Catching Fire last winter. It's been too long a wait for this final book of the trilogy.
8. Love and War: Finding the Marriage You've Dreamed Of by John and Stasi Eldredge
This is the book that got bumped off my spring reading list. I need to make more of an effort to read Christian non-fiction, but I enjoy fiction so much that those books jump to the top of the to-be-read stacks. I've got a big stack of non-fiction to work through, so this will be the first one to tackle. I'm sure it's great. My hubby loves John Eldredge, so maybe he'll want to read it, too (I think that's the idea of a marriage book, huh?)
Jump on board and read as much or little as you want. I love seeing what other people are reading. If you join the challenge, leave me a comment. If you don't join the challenge, leave me a comment. I like getting comments. Happy Reading!!!
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