I'm registering my blog for "Best Spiritual, Inspirational, or Religious Book Blog" —This blog features the best consistently excellent reviews, recommendations, analysis, and other content on books that address a life of faith. This blog is not necessarily associated with an organized religion and may discuss either fiction or nonfiction books. Here are the posts that I've chosen for judging Book Review: "Scared" by Tom Davis Book Review: "Watch Over Me" by Christa Parrish Book Review: "Wisdom Hunter" by Randall Arthur Faith and Fiction Saturday: Escapism in Christian Fiction How Would Jesus Enter a Blog Giveaway A little diverse (and probably not what you were expecting) but these were ones that I enjoyed writing.
Update 12/19: There are now prizes! This is a very personal reading challenge for myself. I have tried EVERY year for the past 15 years (I honestly kid you not) to try to read every one of the original 56 Yellow Spine Nancy Drew books. But every year other obligations or loss of interest cause me to stop after a few books. However I have determined that 2010 is the year I will finally accomplish a goal that has plagued me over half my life. While there are other types of Nancy Drew books out there (Files, Notebooks, Clue Crew, On Campus, River Heights, Girl Detective, Supermysteries with Hardy Boys), I am going to focus on the original Nancy Drew Mystery stories. I have tried reading the original versions from the 1930s, but I just could not get into the language. Therefore this challenge will be spotlighting the revised Yellow Spined hardback books that were reprinted and are universally recognized when you think Nancy Drew. The books for this challenge will be 1-56 (The Se
(If I offend you with this post, please forgive me. You can use the contact tab to email me with any complaints. I may lose readers over this.) If you've read my post about the Do's and Don'ts of Contest Entries , then you know my stance on the corrective behavior about entering contests. Now I'm a pr etty laid back person and I don't complain a lot. Heck, I don't even really talk about my personal life on this blog (except the wedding business but that's because you all begged me for it. And because I wanted to show off a little :) I don't mind a little mistake here and there. I've done it before, everyone's done it. No harm, the best is when you catch yourself and delete that wrong entry before I've even notice. Kudos bars (do they still make those? I haven't had one in years) to everyone who's done that. No, the problem lies with the people who continue to make these mistakes even though I've more than many times poi