Monday, December 9, 2013

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Guess what...Its Monday! What are you reading this week? This is a weekly event to list the books completed last week, the books currently being reading, and the books to be finish this week. It is hosted by  Book Journey. 

I have been traveling the past couple of weeks so not  a lot has changed. Still working on these three books and hope to have them done soon. As well as some reviews. Thanks for stopping by. 


What I Read Last Week:   
The Atria Holiday Cooking Collection: 40 Delicious Recipes
Homemade Christmas Gifts: 14 gift ideas & DIY Home Decor
Rebecca's Christmas Gift by Emma Miller
A Ragdoll Christmas & other short stories by B.J.ROBINSON


Last Weeks Reviews: 

What I Am Reading:  
COURTING MIRIAM AMISH CONNECTIONS BOOK 3

After a harrowing journey from Lancaster, Pennsylvania to Elkhart County, Indiana, it seems there's something special between Samuel Hershberger and Miriam Umble, but when the road is behind them and secrets are revealed, will the couple's fragile relationship survive Miriam's homecoming? And what about Andrew Kauffman, the handsome Amish widower who promises Miriam everything that Samuel can't give? Find out in this third and final novella of Amish Connections, part seven of the Out of Darkness Amish romance series.

THE LIGHTNING THIEF by RICK RIORDAN  

Look, I didn't want to be a half-blood. I never asked to be the son of a Greek God. I was just a normal kid, going to school, playing basketball, skateboarding. The usual. Until I accidentally vaporized my maths teacher. That's when things started really going wrong. Now I spend my time fighting with swords, battling monsters with my friends, and generally trying to stay alive.

This is the one where Zeus, God of the Sky, thinks I've stolen his lightning bolt - and making Zeus angry is a very bad idea.

Can Percy find the lightning bolt before a fully-fledged war of the Gods erupts?


THE CEB STUDY BIBLE

The CEB Study Bible gives you the tools, illustrations, and explanations necessary for making informed decisions about the meaning of the Bible. The notes in this study Bible don't tell you what to believe. Instead, they give you the context for what the books of the Bible meant to their earliest readers and what the Bible means right now. The CEB Study Bible is for encouragement and challenge, for guidance and reflection, for study and prayer: The reliable, readable, and relevant CommonEnglish Bible translation with the Apocrypha, in a single-column setting Detailed book introductions, outlines, and notes from the finest biblical studies professors Full-color throughout, including more than 200 illustrations, photographs, maps, and charts Hundreds of thousands of cross references More than 300 indexed sidebar and general articles 21 full-color maps designed by National Geographic and fully indexed  

 WHISPERS OF HOPE 10 WEEKS OF DEVOTIONAL PRAYER BY BETH MOORE

Scripture tells us to pray without ceasing, but how in the world do we do that? In fact, how should we effectively pray to begin with?

Best-selling author Beth Moore addresses these practical and pervasive matters in Whispers of Hope by walking readers through an easy to remember and apply method of prayer, coupled with seventy daily devotionals and followed by prompts to put this prayer method into practice.

Indeed, Whispers of Hope teaches the manifestation process of powerful Word-saturated prayer in response to a daily Bible reading. In turn, you will better understand how devotional reading and prayer are central to a stronger relationship with God.
 



 
So, that's what I'm reading...What are you reading this week? 
And as always, Happy Reading.....




    

1 comments:

B. J. Robinson said...

Beautiful job and postings. I'm reading research to layer and edit my novel River Oaks Plantation. I researched before and during the writing, but I'm refining before publishing. I love books by Beth Moore. I read I'm Believing God and have the bookmark in front of me at my desk. Blessings, BJ

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