This Winter Reading Challenge will begin December 1 and continue until February 28.
Diane at A Circle of Quiet
Wendell Berry: Another Turn of the Crank (essays)
P.G. Wodehouse: Ring for Jeeves
Studs Terkel: Hope Dies Last
Mark Helprin: Freddy and Fredericka
Anthony Doerr: All the Light We Cannot See
Muriel Barbery: Gourmet Rhapsody
Patrick Taylor: Irish Country Christmas (thanks for the idea, Janie! And thanks to the library for having a copy available (-:)
Madeleine L'Engle: A Live Coal in the Sea
P.D. James: Death Comes to Pemberley (a re-read with intention of watching the BBC show)
Kyriacos Markides: The Mountain of Silence: A Search for Orthodox Spirituality
Carol at A Living Pencil:
three Shakespeare histories
Tales from a Midwife (Worth)
Jenn at Simblissity:
readings on Advent
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Irving)
Tracie at Tabulations:
Prodigal God (Keller)
Advent Reflections (Bonhoeffer)
Rhett Butler's People (McCaig)
Somewhere Safe with Someone Good (Karon)
Janie at Seasonal Soundings:
In the Company of Others (Karon) Excited that Karon is back; I'd put a hold on reading any after Home to Holly Springs was disappointing.
Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good (Karon)
An Irish Country Christmas (Taylor) Something seasonal
To Every Thing There Is a Season: A Cape Breton Christmas Story (MacLeod) Something seasonal and from a place we've traveled
Gilead (Robinson) Promises of good things; I've not read any Robinson
Stillmeadow Calendar (Taber) It's been thirty years since I've read any Taber and wintertime spells Taber
Loving Will Shakespeare (Meyer) A juvenile historical fiction....reading my stash of juvies and moving on.
Belong to Me (Santos) A dear reader-friend pushed this one on me.
All Creatures of Great and Small (Herriot) Rereading after twenty-five years.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Lewis) Rereading for the 7th-8th time.
The Attributes of God -- audio (Tozer) Available
Known and Unknown -- audio (Rumsfeld)
Franklin and Eleanor -- audio (Rowley)
Twelve Years a Slave -- audio (Northup)
If you would like to join the challenge, list your books (and authors) in a comment, and I will update a post to include all the books everyone is reading.
Let the inspiration begin!