Community Header
< BACK TO ALL CONVERSATIONS

What are you reading? What is your go to book?

Started by HeatherAnne , author of Singin' & Dancin' In the Rain 3/13/2012 12:23:12 AM

I am in search of some new reading material. I am so pick that I have sorted out so many. I am looking for what book is the one you read over and over.

Thanks for your ideas!

Heather-Anne

Share Conversation

Embed
+ Login to choose updates by email

Replies


Viewing 1 - 8 of 8
""

Reply by Savannah

author of Hammock Tracks 3/13/2012 8:42:31 AM

I just finished Andy Stanley's book, "When Work and Family Collide."  I highly recommend it even if you don't work away from the home.  I am giving it away here.


I just finished a fabulous little very literay and a bit disturbing but very human and moving book: "We the Animals" by Justin Torres. A must read for those who like the more literary, not quite escapest plot driven but more character driven.

""

Reply by Marie

author of Raising Great Men 3/13/2012 10:12:26 AM

Discover the Power Within You by Eric Butterworth


""

Reply by katlupe

author of Homesteading On The Internet 3/13/2012 5:07:51 PM

I get new books almost daily from the Kindle store for my kindle. Most are free. I don't read the fiction over and over, just the nonfiction.


Cape Cod Chill ~ go to book? art books, haiku, taoism daily meditations


Don't ya just love your kindle and all the surprise books for free or low prices ~ ^_^

katlupe's profile picture
katlupe said ...
I get new books almost daily from the Kindle store for my kindle. Most are free. I don't read the fiction over and over, just the nonfiction.


""

Reply by Rachel

author of Three and Mee 3/15/2012 8:16:11 AM

The Peacemaker is a good "go to" book for relationship issues.  I "go to" my nonfiction Christian books mostly.  I'm currently reading The Resolution and I can tell I will be going back to it for years to come.  Fascination Womanhood is one that I went to over and over while I was getting over a marriage struggle a couple years ago.


""

Reply by leslie

author of front page - journal 3/15/2012 1:54:53 PM

i love Bill Bryson's Short History of Nearly Everything.  He is a humorous travel writer who decided to find out about the world he lives in, past, present and future.  I have learned so much from this book and re-read it all the time.  love it!  good luck!

leslie


Reply to Conversation


-OR-

Join & Reply Switch to the simple version
Please review the rules of this community before posting:

Feel free to discuss and disagree, but refrain from verbally attacking or harassing others. I'm not a prude, but graphic porn is not welcome. Also, please keep the language clean including texting shorthand. Enjoy the camaraderie and visit often! I'll keep my eye out for you and the cookies will be piping hot!



< BACK TO ALL CONVERSATIONS