June Reading List

My June (I better get going) reading list:
Iris Krasnow (she has 3 books).
Sue Bender, Plain and Simple...the author experienced my dream of living with the Amish for awhile.
Mary Pat Kelly...Galway Bay, a gift from my mom. I love historical fiction.


  1. They all look good. The Amish one is most interesting to me. Will check it out.

    Are you on www.goodreads.com? Love that site. Like Facebook for nerds! Find me if you are.....Casey Starnes.

  2. Love to hear your reviews! My husband and I love glenn beck and have heard good things about his latest book. The others look interesting too... especially the Amish one.

  3. Hi Sarah,
    Have you read any of Beverly Lewis' Amish books?
    I LOVE those! They are so good!
    If you haven't read any i'd say u need to start out with "Annie's People"... they're my favorite!

  4. Can't wait to hear what you think about all of them! I am a huge reader and I am always looking for recommendations!

  5. Looks like a good list. I am looking forward to the Cooking with Julia book when it comes out in paperback. I usually don't comment and instead just lurk on your site, but I just commented on another site (www.shane-natalie.blogspot.com) that your blog was one I looked forward to reading every week. She's having a great giveaway too. I will try to be better about commenting since I've revealed my blog crush.

  6. It looks like you're all set, but I'll pass on some suggestions anyway---hope you don't mind. Some reads I've enjoyed: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Kingsolver; The Education of Little Tree; books by Elizabeth Strout (right now I'm reading Abide With Me). I love book reviews---I'll be waiting to hear what you think of the books you're reading now...