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Fall Reading List

Today, I thought it would be fun to share my Fall Reading List with you!

Do you love to read?  
fall-reading-listHere are a few of my favorites from my Fall Reading List!Magnolia StoryI’ll start with the most popular one right now!  The Magnolia Journal and the Magnolia Story are quite a hot commodity!

 This is a fun magazine..and I can’t wait to try out the Apple Pie recipe on page 53!  It has toasted pecans and maple syrup, so you know it has to be scrumptious!

 The Magnolia Story is a fun, easy read.  It is written in a “he said”- “she said” fashion that will make you love both Chip and Joanna even more!  (If that is possible!)Gerald Lund -San Juan Pioneers seriesThese next two books are not new, but I have not taken the time to read them until now.  

They are  historical novels of the San Juan Pioneers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  

Gerald N. Lund is a great author!  

Once you start these books, you cannot put them down until you are done!  Everyone can learn so much from reading historical novels, but they are also entertaining!
Precious and Grace BookNext, is a fun series called “The New No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency Novel”.  All of the books in this series are charming and endearing!  

My DIL introduced me to these books several years ago.   Alexander McCall Smith writes about one book every year or so.  The setting for all of these books are in Africa and since I have been to Africa, it is easy to picture the people and places in these books.

Lori Holt PlannerLast but not least, this last book on my Fall Reading List, is not really a reading book, although I have read it from cover to cover!

It is Lori Holt’s, Scrappy Project Planner.  

There is a section for your projects, a section for a planner, for tips and organization and some fun scrappy quilt patterns!

Who doesn’t  love a good planner and this one is no exception!  Some fun additions to the planner are the notepad and the gingham washi tape to decorate with! 

Love to decorate my planners…I think it is the scrapbooker in me that is coming out!Fall reading list 2016So that is my Fall Reading List!  

I won’t usually read a book unless it comes with a good recommendation!  Nobody has time to bother with a trashy book. 

Do any of you have any good recommendations?  Would love to hear them, because I am ready to add reading time back into my schedule!

Thanks for Visiting…Have a Wonderful Weekend!

6 thoughts on “Fall Reading List

  1. I have so many favorite books, but my all time favorites are the beloved Mitford Series by Jan Karon. Beginning with the first of this series, At Home in Mitford, I was captivated. So appealing with their homespun charm and lovable characters, that I can hardly put one down. Never have to be concerned with bad language or sexual innuendos, just great feel good books. I look forward to reading your fun posts each and every day! Thanks!!

    1. Carole in Texas, Thank you so much for the book suggestions!! I cannot wait to read some of these. I love that they are good wholesome books with homespun charm! Thanks for taking the time to write your kind comment and your fun suggestions. Happy Reading!

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  2. Thanks for the reading list. I just read The Orphan Keeper and The Rent Collector by Camron Wright. I enjoyed both. I like following you and have tried several recipes and projects you have posted. Thanks!

    1. Cathie, Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comments! I am excited to read the books that you suggested…I love your recommendation. Hope you have a great day and Happy Reading!

  3. Thanks for the advice on some new books. I have read all Gerald Lunds books and love them all. I love your post and look forward to the new ideas , recipes etc that you have shared. I love reading and belong to a book club. The last book I read was Nicolas Sparks new one Two by Two . I enjoy his books . I love your quilting ideas also as I am a quilter and belong to a quilt club. I also love to cook and enjoy your recipes. Thanks, again Sue in Sandy

    1. Susan, Thank you so much for taking the time to write your comment. I appreciate the heads up about a new book to read. I have read a couple of Nicolas Sparks books, so now I have another good suggestion with his hew book. I am always glad to meet a new quilting friend and to have one so close to me is even better! Maybe we will run into each other in a quilt shop! :) Hope you have a great day and happy quilting!

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