Friday, February 29, 2008


(Thanks APN)

One book that changed my life: 'Til We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis

One book that I’ve read more than once: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

One book that I’d want on a desert island: can I say the Bible and mean it?

One book that made me laugh: The Happy Hockey Family by Lane Smith

One book that made me cry: The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

One book that scared the hell out of me: This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti

One book I wish had been written: Faith, Feminism, and the Future by anyone who will acknowledge feminists in the Church

One book I wish had never been written: Women are from Mars, Men are from Venus

Two books I’m currently reading: Divine Hours by Phyllis Tickle and A Severe Mercy by Sheldon Ven Leuwen

One book I've been meaning to read: Offbeat Bride: Taffeta Free Alternatives for Independent Brides by Ariel Meadow Stallings


Anthony said...

Often, I like to do the six degrees thing and check out the blogs of people who comment on blogs that I read (I was your comment on John Armstrong's blog). Anyways, it was nice to read that you are a fan of "Till We Have Faces". This is easily my favorite of all of Lewis's books, and unfortunately probably the least known of his popular works.

Oh, and at risk of being fastidious, A Severe Mercy was written by Sheldon Vanauken, and it to was a good book: emotionally haunting in a good way.

Anthony said...

OK, this is absolutely Monkish of me, but I have to correct my errors. First, "I saw your comment..." not "I was your comment". And second, here is the "o" that I forgot when I said, "... it to was a good book."

I really should preview before I post.