One Book Meme: Tagged

December 31, 2007 — 6 Comments

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I’m back from all this Christmas nonsense with a renewed vigor for my blog family….

I was tagged by mud and steel

01. One book that changed your life
In a Pit with a Lion on a snowy day – Mark Batterson
Go read it now!

02. One book that you’ve read more than once
Angelwalk trilogy – Roger Elwood
Classic and brilliant christian fiction- the scene with the aborted babies is heart wrenching
03. One book you’d want on a desert island
Survive on a desert Island
Is there a better book?

04. One book that made you laugh
The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams
Amazing!…wicked funny

05. One book that made you cry
Deadline – Randy Alcorn

06. One book that you wish had been written
I think a book about my parents life story would be fantastic

07. One book that you wish had never been written
hmmm

08. One book you’re currently reading
Just finished Deadly Viper and now looking at a few others

09. One book you’ve been meaning to read
ID: the true you – Mark Batterson

10. Now tag five people: Fr. Dave, Liz, Brent, Chris, Paul

Joel Klampert

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6 responses to One Book Meme: Tagged

  1. that is a lot of books. i hope those aren’t all within this past year.

  2. Lots of great titles to add to my collections!

  3. Thanks for the tag – I like the new header!

  4. Tyler: no no no…I read way more than that this year…prob. around 25 or so books this year

    Mud: …in a pit…must buy

    chris: its about oh 4 months old now…so dont get too comfortable. lol

  5. A great book to read, UnChristian by Gabe Lyons and Dave Kinneman (if you haven’t already). Also a great, but quick read, i am not, but i know I AM by Louie Giglio.

    I’ll call later

  6. I have read unchristian…and it was a good one…I havent read any full giglio books yet…but i will

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