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May 27, 2008

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Dawn

Mark,

Have you read The Shack yet? If not, put it at the top of your reading list. It is an AMAZING (fiction)story about a man who suffers a tragic loss and is invited to meet God. It is a truly inspirational book about God's nature.

Read it and let me know what you think! It's on the best seller list. Have a great summer. See you in September!

Dawn

Mark,

Have you read The Shack yet? If not, put it at the top of your reading list. It is an AMAZING (fiction)story about a man who suffers a tragic loss and is invited to meet God. It is a truly inspirational book about God's nature.

Read it and let me know what you think! It's on the best seller list. Have a great summer. See you in September!

SueQ

Count me in! Already have a stack ready to go!

Heather

count me in! I don't know if I will be able to get every book, but what I can get, I'll participate with :)

Angela

I'm totally in! this summer is my summer of reading my sustainable ag books and other books.

I plan on putting reviews of books on my blog as I go through them.

I would say pages would be the best way to keep track of everyone who is doing this without getting your page too cluttered. . . this is definitely not my forte though!

Melanie

I've started also. I posted this on your facebook already, but I started reading, The Pilgrim's Regress by C.S. Lewis. I am getting a kick out of some of the characters. He is so good at allegories. LOL

Just wondering if we get points for giving book reports. LOL If so, will we get extra points for illustrations? (I'm outta luck there, though.) LOL Will let you know if I think of anything clever other being a little silly. Time for sleep.

MrsJason

I started w/o you. ;)

http://haystacks.typepad.com/haystacks/2008/05/two-birds-with-one-stone.html

I went with the sidebar option for my list. This might be an opportunity to use pages.
Another option; you could set up a post like Randy's Watercooler Wednesdays. When you post, those who have a review or addtions to their lists could tag on.

Kelly

I'd love to get some reading in this summer! Count me in!

As for how to list it, I would make an alphabetized list of the books being read and then maybe a column next to that with the names of everyone who's reading each book (because some books will be read by more than one person I'm sure)

Can ya tell I'm a teacher hehe...I'm a list/chart/graph pro! :p

Wendy

Add me in...I'm also here http://christianbookclub.godsdaytimer.com/ but I love to read so why not have another club?

I started WICKED and still haven't finished it....too long and wordy for me although I do want to see the play.

I'm reading 3:16 by Max Lucado right now...I vote for that one :)
Also reading some book by Nigel James (it's a good one so far).


connor

count me in for this... I will be travelling around the world an diwll hopefully be readin a few good books...

@Joan Young WICKED is great, I've read it a couple of times and went to see the musical in London, its fantastic...

steven.russell

Been looking for a reason to read some more.

Excellent.

Joan Young

We have come across this book called WICKED: the life and times of the Wicked Witch of the West. So far its quite good.

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