Question Tuesday: Summer Reading

What are you currently reading? What’s on your list?

(I’m reading Dorothy Sayers’s delightful and witty The Busman’s Honeymoon from her Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery Series.)

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8 Responses to Question Tuesday: Summer Reading

  1. Ginger says:

    I’m still enjoying/reading with two different groups: “Respectable Sins” by Jerry Bridges and “Searching for God Knows What” by Donald Miller. I’m personally saving up “One Thousand Gifts” by Anne Voskamp and “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett for all of my flights in June. I’m having to allow some more fiction back into my diet – otherwise I’m going to go on a binge and stay up all night reading for weeks on end!

  2. Brian says:

    Saint Julian – Wangerin
    A Short Life of Jonathan Edwards – Marsden
    God of Liberty: A Religious History of the American Revolution – Kidd
    Complete English Works of George Herbert

    • reneamac says:

      I would ask you what you’re reading for fun, but I know the list would be the same! 😉

      I hope you’ll review some of these, especially God of Liberty; that sounds particularly interesting.

  3. Val says:

    Alexander McCall Smith’s Isabel Dalhousie novels. LOVE. (You would love it, Renea. You practically ARE Isabel).

    • reneamac says:

      Yesss! I do love myself! 🙂 Aaaand, another book (series!) joins the never-ending list.

      Come see me this winter when Wheaton gets too cold… or sooner! xo

  4. Joshua says:

    Game of Thrones. Maybe Hermeneutics by Thisleton

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