What’s on my nightstand today?


Wow, it’s that time again.

Right now I have a nice stack:

Les Miserables for the March Classics Bookclub at 5M4B.

Christianity in Crisis: 21st Century for the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers

honey, i don’t have a headache tonight by Sheila Wray Gregoire

Not Knowing Where by Oswald Chambers, a loaner from a friend.

Your God is Too Small by J. B. Phillips picked up from our Sunday School shelves.

And I am finishing up the audio book Not For Sale, which was the Feb freebie at christianaudio.com

That means I will probably have a new audiobook when March rolls around.

Progress from last month.

I finished The Seven Storey Mountain and the Oswald Chambers biography (January’s free audio book). I also read The Great Eight by Scott Hamilton for the Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers and Deeper Water for my church book club in March.

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4 Responses to What’s on my nightstand today?

  1. carma says:

    You have me intrigued with the “Honey I Don’t Have a Headache” book. Heading on over to Amazon for a synopsis 🙂

    carma’s last blog post..It’s Book Time!

  2. Lindsay says:

    Looks like a great list. I agree with Carma def. going to have to heck out “Honey I Don’t Have a Headache” book.

    Lindsay’s last blog post..Whats on my Nightstand- February

  3. What’s this? A free audiobook from CBD? I’m such an amazon user now that I don’t “shop” there much anymore. I’ll have to check that out.

    I haven’t heard of that Chambers book, but I’m sure it’s good.

    I hope you finish Les Mis!

  4. Laura says:

    I found Honey… while checking out Sheila Gregoire’s blog here:
    (I love the title).

    Jennifer – the free downloads at Christian Audio can be found here: http://christianaudio.com/free_download.php
    They have something new every month. I’ve only seen them for these 2 months, but they were great resources both times. (Not the cheap stuff 😉

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