Thursday, January 3, 2008

Thursday Thirteen: Thirteen Books to Read in the New Year



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14 comments:

Robyn Jones said...

I would be happy to finish one book right now....(sigh...)

Norma said...

The blogging church sounds interesting.

http://collectingmythoughts.blogspot.com/2008/01/thursday-thirteen-13-highlights-of-2007.html#comments

H said...

Thanks for visiting my Thursday Thirteen! Yours is such a good idea...I've got a ton of books I'd love to read too.
Helene

Minkydo said...

I think I am going to put a couple of those books on my list for this year.

Thanks for visiting my TT.

Michelle said...

Great list of books! Thanks for stopping by.

stephanie said...

Wow, you are far more determined than I - my reading 'list' is really more of a random stack of whatever comes my way :)

Best of luck ~ enjoy!

Cindy Swanson said...

This looks like a great list, but I'm so bad about reading nonfiction! I'm a fiction freak. My daughter did read "Blue Like Jazz," though, and really liked it.

My TT is also book-related today.

Helena said...

Were these books you read or wanna read? Happy TT and Happy New Year!Thanks for stopping by my place :>)

Unusually Unusual Mom said...

Cool list - I have Good To Great and The Fifth Discipline on my desk at work! And I'm going to have to recommend The Blogging Church to my pastor (he's recently discovered myspace and blogging!)

And re: your comment on mine - I don't know how you live in such a cold place - Texas is too cold for me in the winter!!

Happy TT!

Unusually Unusual Mom said...

Oh - forgot to mention - love your Amrican Idol-style Thursday 13 banner - I gotta get one of those - we are AI junkies at our house!

Geekymom said...

Thanks for the visit.

I love the American Idol T 13 .

Happy New Year.

damozel said...

That's an impressive reading list...!

Mine: 13 Unresolved Issues from 2007

Lesley said...

Great list. Happy Belated TT!

Nicholas said...

I don't know any of those titles but it's always interesting to see what other people are reading.