Friday, October 23, 2020

Harvest Lane Cottage Fall Reading List 2020


I've a rather long reading list for fall this year. Why? Well, I've only read 38 books for my Goodreads Challenge. My goal is 50. I need to read 12 more books this year. So, even one book a week is not enough. I expect that I will add in some audio books on Scribd. Most of the books below are e-books or real hold in your hands books. I've already begun several of these books. I usually have six to eight books going at a time. I know that there will be two more book club selections this year. I also know that I love love love Christmas books. ~smile~ So, this is a for now Fall Reading List. I do expect to it will change if something else catches my eye. Whatever I don't finish will be carried over or added to a future list. Fifty books a year was easy when I was homeschooling. Now that I'm working part-time, I don't have as much free time to read! In fact, many of the books I "read" will actually be listened to on Scribd. My Kindle also has a book or two on it.

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The Christmas Swap by Melody Carlson Finished!

Midnight Clear by Dallas Jenkins  Finished!

An Ivy Hill Christmas by Julie Klassen Finished!

Persian Betrayal by Terry Brennan Finished!

Little House Living by Merissa A. Alink Finished!

Mother Culture by Karen Andreola Finished!

The Vintage Housekeeper's Circle by Alison May Finished!

Food in Jars: Preserving in Small Batches Year-Round by Marisa McClellan I had to return this one to the library before I finished it. I will probably buy it next year. 

The Christmas Shoes by Donna VanLiere Finished!

The Christmas Hope by Donna VanLiere  Finished!

Ottoman Domain by Terry Brennan

Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder

I'm currently listening to The Message out of curiosity. I've not read it before. I usually use the King James or New King James Bible. I'm trying to finish the New Testament by the end of the year. Finished!


 

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10 comments:

  1. DEAR LAURA: HAY UN MATRIMONIO CRISTIANO QUE HACE TODA CLASE DE CURTIDOS, ENLATADOS, PREPARACION Y CONSERVACION DE POLLOS, CONSERVAS, ECT. ELLOS VIVEN EN UNA GRANJA, LO PUEDE ENCONTRAR EN SU CANAL DE YOUTUBE: PAW AND MAW ON THE SWING, ENSEÑAN MUCHAS COSAS PRACTICAS. ADMIRO SU CAPACIDAD DE LECTURA, SU CEREBRO PARECE UN DISCO DE COMPUTADORA, TIENE GRAN CAPACIDAD DE ALMACENAMIENTO JAJAJA. BENDICIONES¡¡¡¡

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  2. That's quite a list. I am still working on 2 books I began just before canning started up - oh boy. Think I'm finished there so should be able to get back to the pages soon.
    Blessings :-)

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    1. I do hope you enjoy your reading! I don't know how far I'll get. One line at a time!

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  3. Hello! Based on titles alone, your list sounds cozy and charming. I will look through them at some point. I have been reading the NASB since I was 13 when it was given to me as a gift, but I have often wondered if another translation would serve me better. Haven't done any research on that but I'm sure at some point, I will.

    Karen

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    1. Hi Karen, I do not recommend The Message, but it has been interesting. It reads more like a story to me. But God can use it. May God bless you and keep you. Thank you so very much for writing to me.Sincerely,Laura Lane

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  4. Thanks for sharing your list! I'm always on the hunt for good recommendations. I love Christmas books too! Have you read Christmas Jars? I'm visiting today from the Over the Moon link up. Have a great week Laura!

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    1. Oh yes Marielle, I did read Christmas Jars years ago. It was a good one.Thanks for visiting. 

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  5. Laura,
    I love to read also and usually do one a week but I have not counted. I am checking out your list.
    Congratulations, you are being featured on Over The Moon Linky Party. I hope you stop by.
    https://www.eclecticredbarn.com/2020/11/over-moon-linky-party.html
    Have a great week ahead.
    Hugs,
    Bev

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    1. Thank you so much for featuring me Bev. It is a great honor.

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