What’s on Your Nightstand – November 27

The holidays are here! I know that things are much busier, but I hope that, like me, you got in at least a little bit of reading over Thanksgiving weekend.

We always travel at Christmas, which means more reading time, especially now that my kids are old enough to fly without constant attention from me. In fact, now they usually have their own books (or handheld devices, of course) to keep them busy.

Maybe you’ll read while standing in line at the post office or the mall.

However you manage to squeeze it in, we want to know what you’re reading! Link your post up below, or tell us about it in the comments. And be sure to visit the others who are joining in as well.

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  1. says

    I’m reading Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny, listening to the latest James Bond Carte Blanche on Audible and also reading the biography of John D. Rockefeller — Titan. A full plate er, nightstand, you might say.

  2. says

    I’m reading…

    The Host by Stephanie Meyer, which I won right here on this site! (And thanks, again!) Just for fun.

    The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, non-fiction and fascinating.

    Devotion: A Memoir by Dani Shapiro, also non-fiction, for my bookclub. I think it’s going to be a very interesting read and conversation.

    The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict by Trenton Lee Stewart, also won from this website, quite a while ago. (And again, thanks!) I let my daughter read it first, and she loved it as much as she loved the other Mysterious Benedict Society books.

    I carry my Kindle everywhere, so I read whenever I have a moment. And the two books I somehow managed to win are actually, literally, on my nightstand. :-)

  3. says

    I always read before retiring at night. It’s my way of winding down I guess. I mostly read inspirational books as I don’t want to waste my time reading garbage as I call it! My favorite author is Karen Kingsbury but I’ve read all of het books now and I’m waiting to see what she will write next!
    Right now I’m reading “Joy Takes Flight” by Bonnie Leon. It’s a thrilling and touching read and it had me in tears last night!
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