Saturday, April 4, 2015

Books Read In The Past Week

 Books read for the first time are marked with  a #

Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read.


Sunday books 


"In A Great Tradition
Tribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,
Abbess of Stanbrook" #
by The Benedictines of Stanbrook
( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": 

"All of the characters
in this book are imaginary, but many of the episodes
are based on fact; some are taken from the life and
sayings of Dame Laurentia McLachlan and Sister Mary
Ann McArdle of Stanbrook Abbey.")


"Lisbeth: the Story of a First Communion" #
by Mary Theresa Waggaman
[fiction]
(free online book)


Weekday Books

"Donna Parker
A Spring To Remember"
(physical copy)
"Donna Parker In Hollywood"
(openlibrary.org loan)
"Donna Parker
Mystery at Arawak"
(physical copy)
by Marcia Martin
[children's/young teens' fiction]

"Phoebe Snow"
"Stand Up, Lucy!"
[children's fiction, historical]
by Elizabeth Hall

"A Place of My Own"
"A Pocket in my Heart"
by Marcia Hoehne
(children's fiction, Christian, [Protestant], series )


"The Tale of Peter Rabbit"
"The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin"
by Beatrix Potter
[picture books]
(Beatrix Potter, the Complete Tales,
Kindle book)

"Bird by Bird:
some instructions on writing and life" #
by Anne Lamott
[non-fiction]
(openlibrary.org loan)
good, but I could do without the
occasional bad language
{carrying over into next week}

"The Quilt" #
by T. Davis Bunn
[fiction, Christian (Protestant) ]
{carrying over into next week}

"The Home Has A Heart"
by Thyra Ferre Bjorn
[non-fiction; Christian (Protestant) themes, recipes, 
anecdotes]
(April chapter only)

A Book for Weekdays AND Sundays
"The Imitation of Christ"
by Thomas A Kempis
[Kindle book]

This Week's Fan Fiction

Unsuited To Each Other
Chapter 5 is now up.

The Last Letter
Chapter 2 is now up.

23rd Precinct
Chapters 32 and 33 edited;
Chapter 34 added.

"Follow Your Heart"
an AU, multi-viewpoint Another World story

Waiting. [Old post, re-titled]

Waiting



This started out as a meditation, but turned into a story.