20 Books of Summer 2020

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I am weary of my usual activities. Social media. puzzles, new recipes, and crafting have lost their appeal as a free time activity. So now is a great time to read, especially since we are still SIPing.
The 20 Books of Summer Challenge starts June 1st and runs through September 1st.

While the graphic and title of the challenge is “20 books of Summer,” you can bend the rules to fit you.

  • Want to read 15 books? Fine.
  • 10 Books? That’s okay, too.
  • 5 books or some other number? Do what fits you.

Because I am a super achiever, I’ll shoot to read the 20 books over 13 weeks.

I was just going to leave all the 20 choices blank and fill them in as I go along. But I changed my mind. A lot of the fun is choosing the books.

Mind you, I reserve the right to pick different books.

Does this challenge interest you?  If yes, go to this link and sign up. If you are going to read for this challenge, what book will you start with?

Here is my tentative list. All books are from my home library. I want to clean off my shelves. Reading through this list should help!

  1. 7 Men and Their Secrets of Greatness by Eric Metaxas
  2. Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
  3. The Carbohydrate Addict’s Lifespan Program by Dr. Richard Heller
  4. Cat O’ Nine Tales by Jeffrey Archer  Book 1
  5. Distant Echoes (Aloha Reef Series, Book 1/4) by Colleen Colbert Book 2
  6. The Courage to Grieve by Judy Tatelbaum
  7. Danger in the Shadows by Dee Henderson Book 3
  8. Disciplines of a Godly Woman by Barbara Hughes
  9. Feeding the Empty heart by Barbara McFarland
  10. The Fourth Estate by Jeffrey Archer
  11. The Heart of the Gospel by Bernie A Van De Walle
  12. Helping People Through Grief by Delores Kuenning
  13. The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones
  14. Longevity Rules: How to Age Well Into the Future by various authors of essays
  15. A New Kind of Leader by Reggie Joiner
  16. The Practice of Prayer by Robert Warren
  17. Sanctification by Samuel Stoesz
  18. Sand and Stars by Ruth Stull
  19. Twelve Red Herrings by Jeffrey Archer
  20. Wild Grows the Heather in Devon by Michael Phillips

NOTE:  I took out Murder Carries a Torch by Anne George because I had already read it and forgot.



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