Friday, April 23, 2021

Spring Reading List ~ Harvest Lane Cottage ~ Updated!


Harvest Lane Cottage
Spring Reading List

Hello everyone!

 This is the much delayed Spring Reading List. Now that I've finished it, I'll be able to cross it off my Spring Bucket List! This may seem like a lot to read, but I like to snatch moments to read (and knit), whenever I can. Use your minutes! 

One thing that helps is listening to books on Scribd. It's a great app, and you can get a free 2 month trial by using my link. I'll get a month free, too, so it's win-win to try it out. After the two months, it's only $8.99 a month for as many audio books, books, magazines, sheet music, podcasts, and documents as you want. I get well over $8.99 a month in value. I love it. Here's my Scribd link.

My List

The Book of Jeremiah 
I listened on

I've moved on to the next book.

Now reading the Gospels
I'm now listening to the letters of Paul.

Finished the Bible again.

Now I'm on to Romans again.


Love You, Little Peanut

by Annette Bourland and Rosalinde Bonnet
My Review


Written by Mel Madsen
Illustrated by Irina Akimkina
My Review


The Four Winds
by Kristin Hannah
Listened on Scribd
for Book Club
My Review


Cottage Core
by Beatrix Barker
I listened on Scribd.

The Nature of a Lady

by Roseanna M. White
My Review.


Dusk's Darkest Shores
by Carolyn Miller
My Review


These Happy Golden Years
by Laura Ingalls Wilder
I listened on Scribd


Britfield and the Rise of the Lion Book 2 
by Chad Stewart
for Review
I've not received it yet.
I decided to read Britfield and The Lost Crown again.


Eat That Frog!
21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating
and Get More Done in Less Time

by Brian Tracy
So good, I listened twice on 


It's Never Too Late:
Make the Next Act of Your Life
the Best Act of Your Life

by Kathy Lee Gifford
I am listening on Scribd.
It's not really holding my attention.



if I have extra time...

How to Age Without Getting Old 
by Joyce Meyer

A Time to Seek
(The Time Travel Journals of Sahara Aldridge #1)
by Tracy Higley

Don't Know Much About History
by Kenneth C. Davis

The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond
by Jaime Jo Wright

In Grandma's Attic 

by Arleta Richardson
Listening on Scribd

So, I'll be doing a lot of reading and listening! This list will probably carry over into summer at this point. I hope that it gives you some ideas for your reading pleasure and for your education. What is on your reading list?

Now, I'd better get cracking!


  1. Deb in FL (formerly of Carthage)April 23, 2021 at 5:36 PM

    I just listened to R.C. Sproul's Biography, it was REALLY good. I also loved Gentle and Lowly, audio and REAL book. It is very good as well!

    1. Hello Deb my friend, I haven't seen either of those books yet. I bet Sproul's biography is very interesting. I don't know much about him, but what I know is good. Have a wonderful week! Laura

  2. Hello and thanks for sharing what you are reading. I see you have a Joyce Meyer book on your list. I have read several of her books and have enjoyed her TV show and now her podcast for years. Have a good weekend.

    1. Hi Deb, I catch her on YouTube now and then. I haven't read one of her books for many years. I thought this one was intriguing. Be blessed! Laura

  3. I’ve been reading Laura Ingalls Wilder books this year. Your list looks like one I’d like to read.

    1. We do seem to have a lot in common Penny. I'm not surprised. I started reading the Little House books again back in September. I love to read Little House in the Big Woods every year. Sometimes my husband reads it aloud. I miss having littles to read it to. Blessings, Laura

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  5. I just went back and read your bucket list. WOW! I am a list maker list is a mess. :) Wash windows is on my list too and I've finished 4. You are so neat with everything.

    1. Ah, I wish it were true. The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry!


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