Saturday, May 3, 2014

Sunday Snippets-- A Catholic Carnival

Well, once again it is time for Sunday Snippets!  Thanks so much to RAnn for hosting.  I've discovered some wonderful blogs here.   How about sharing yours?



The Semper Gaudete! Club Documents Room: Praying Games

The Semper Gaudete! Club Documents Room: This Week's Fan Fiction

The Semper Gaudete! Club Documents Room: Books Read in the Past Week

Books Read in the Past Week



Books read for the first time are marked with a #

"Marion Howard or Trials and Triumphs" #
by May Ramsay
[Catholic fiction]
(free Google book)
"Love God And Do What You Please"
by St. Alphonsus Liguori
adapted by M. J. Huber
[spiritual reading]
a favorite of mine; thank God it wasn't one of the books
lost when I moved!
{reserved for Sunday}

Bible books(s) read this week:
"2 Corinthians"
"Deuteronomy"
(This post explains my Bible-reading plan.)

"Henry and the Clubhouse"
{carried over from last week}
by Beverly Cleary
[children's fiction]
(openlibrary.org loans)
(It's just a coincidence that I was reading this book at
the same time that I was changing this blog into a club, but LOL!)


"Winona's Pony Cart"
"Betsy-Tacy and Tib"
"Betsy and Tacy Go Over The Big Hill"
{carrying over into next week}
by Maud Hart Lovelace
(children's fiction)


"Try Giving Yourself Away, Third Edition"
by David Dunn
[nonfiction]
(This is another dearly beloved book lost when I moved,
and now replaced.  The edition I now have gives some interesting information about David Dunn!)
{carried over from last week}

"The Books You Read"
by Charles E. Jones
[nonfiction]
(another lost book, recently replaced)
{carried over from last week, and carrying over into next week.}

"Obvious Adams" #
by Robert Rawls Updegraff
[fiction]
(free Google book)
Robert Rawls Updegraff wrote the
lovely book,"Try Giving Yourself Away", under
the pen name David Dunn.

"Marshmallow" #
by Clare Turlay Newberry
[picture book]
openlibrary.org loan.
(I've wanted to read this book ever since
I saw it mentioned in "Karen"  by Marie Killilea.)

"love, annie"
by Dandi Daley Mackall
[children's/YA fiction, Christian (Protestant), Blog On! series)
(Google Book, replacing copy lost when I moved.)
It seems rather appropriate to read online a book about blogging.




This Week's Fan Fiction

23rd Precinct
New chapter added.