You didn’t think I could go on vacation without hitting every library book sale and thrift store I could within a certain radius did you? Most of these were found during an 11 day ‘business trip on vacation’ (oxymoron). But book buying is always pleasurable, and these will be finding a place of their own on my shelves. If I had any more shelves…
It just hit me what this title means. I so need this truth buried deep in my soul. And having read my first Brennan Manning book, I am excited to start a collection.
I starting to joke with myself: “Building a mini Asperger library are we?”
I so needed this book when I was a teenager.
I love a lot of the Art Deco look and want to use it as decorating inspiration. Culled from my local library and I picked it up for free.
I hope this series will prove to be a beautiful one.
I still have yet to make up my mind about this controversial subject in Christian circles.
#3 in The Guardian-King Series.
Such an intriguing TBR!
I actually found this before I left on vacation. It’s the only way I was able to pack all my clothes for the entire trip in one suitcase!
Coming from a homeschool background, I’ve been exposed to the CPM train of thought. Thankfully we were never pulled far into it. I am thankful to have come across a TBR-list title at a library book sale- a rare find!
I know– everyone has this book. But I was so pleased to be able to find this for myself (brand new, pink and leather bound) at a yard sale for .75!
This has a section dedicated esp. for the voice actor.
Our pastor is doing a study in Acts verse by verse. This would be a great personal help-book to it.
No, not planning on learning Gaelic anytime soon. But may need to learn how to pronounce these things in the future (narrating, you know)… Or maybe I’m just being a silly hoarder.
I so enjoyed reading the first in this series and was excited about finding the two I have yet to read.
I hear so much talk about this, I want to read for myself.
Ha ha ha. Yeast is no fun.
I’ve been getting on the anti-grain train lately and was glad to pick this up for myself.
I’ve wanted to get into this hobby for years. Some day– when I have more time and space! Until then, I’ll look at the pictures of this book.
Being a highly sensitive person, with depression and anxiety as a personal history, I’ve had my share of serotonin sorrows. Looking forward to learning more about how I can nurture my body’s health!
These types of books are always helpful– not because I’m a writer, but because as a narrator I want to understand story better.
Chuck Swindoll is my favorite radio pastor. He’s so filled with the joy of the Lord! I have been searching for a devotional by him for years, so was willing to pay the higher price when I finally found this.
I thought this was a book on my TBR list, but it turns out it wasn’t. It is now!
This sounds funny– but this book is why I love book saling so much! I have been looking for this book half my life, since seeing for the first time on a distant naturopath’s desk. Wow! That library book sale was a doozy that day!
This bible commentator is one of my favorites. Warren Wiersbe also reminds me of my dad as he would go to Sunday school with a Wiersbe study guide and a bible to the men’s classroom.
The cover may be outdated, but I’ve heard this gentleman on Moody Radio and what a lovely subject to read about– the Lover of my soul!
This is an oldie, but I’m hoping it will help me out in my business life.
This has been a favorite for years, and now have my very own copy.
Michael Phillips is not a favorite author, but this series (Livingstone Chronicles) is one I want to read.
This audiobook (read by Lynn Redgrave) is #3 in the Doll People Series by Ann Martin. It was the first audiobook in the series that was one of best I’ve thoroughly enjoyed listening to and inspired me.
I stumbled across this textbook and snatched it for myself. I thought it would come in useful for narrating!
Not quite sure what this is about, but psychology books help me understand characters (in life and in books).
I was surprised to come across this, published by Moody. I haven’t looked at it closer yet, but I’m hoping it will be handy for family.
A good, quick reference to have on hand when I’m watching those period dramas so I can tell who’s who!
I ended up with this book by mistake and although I disagree with it’s content, it’s one of those I want to peruse for sake of understanding others’ perspectives.
This book is just the thing I want to read to better watch movies with from a theological perspective. What a gem in the thrift store!
I would love to get my hands on a MacArthur study bible sometime, but until then this will be useful.