Thursday, February 09, 2006


Thirteen Things: Favourite Authors (in no particular order)



1. Henri Nouwen (favourite book of his is: Life of the Beloved)

2. Catherine Marshall (my two favourites of hers are: Beyond Ourselves and Something More)

3. Jane Austin (Pride & Prejudice...need I say more?!)

4. Brennan Manning (everything I've ever read by him hits my heart...so I can't pick a favourite).

5. Luci Maud Montgomery

6. Carolyn Arends (The book - Living the Questions)

7. Louisa May Alcott

8. Brent Curtis (Sacred Romance)

9. Henry Drummond (The Greatest Thing in the World)

10. Margery Williams (...do you know what she wrote?)

11. D.L. Moody

12. John, the apostle (I love how John writes what it felt like!)

13. Eugene Peterson


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Chickadee, Kimmy and Jacob, Daisy



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5 comments:

Chickadee said...

My favorite authors write books together. Kathleen O'Neil Gear and Michael Gear. They write about American Indians in fiction form. You're reading about history, but it's fun and interesting!

Thanks for stopping by my 13.

Kimmy said...

Great list!

Jane Austin...Lousa May Alcott...goes without saying!

My 13 are up!

Lazy Daisy said...

Wow, we have alot in common. There were only four authors I've not heard of....guess I'll have to go check them out. Thanks for coming by.

Janne said...

My daughter just discovered Catherine Marshall...so now I have to wait in line to read the books. We had Christy and just bought Julie. :)

http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/Janne/Thursday+Thirteen/

Donna said...

I suppose it must say a lot about a person when someone looks at the "library" of books they have in their home....their is much to reveal in reading titles of a person's literature.
Your list reveals much about you.
A particular favorite of mine is number 8!