My new best friend Natalie =] over at Real Deals in Kennewick, WA helped me find this lovely chair. The ceramic pear is also from her shop.
While I was photographing the chair, I noticed the books on my nightstand, and decided to do a shot of them.
It made me wonder what was on other people's nightstands to read?????
In honor of my good friend Nadine Zawacki and her first recently published book Prisoner of Circumstance, I am doing a Give Away!So if you would like to share about what you are reading right now, let me know by next Saturday 2/7 and I will post a link to your "Nightstand Post" from my place for the following Monday 2/9. Simply by posting and sharing about "What is on Your Nightstand" you will be entered into my Give Away for Nadine's new book.
By the way I had the privilege of reading her first draft, and I can't wait to pick up my signed copy this week and an extra copy for the winner of this Give Away. It could be you :] I believe I may actually be able to get another signed copy. So by participating in this Give Away you may win a wonderful book and we will all get some new reading material ideas. If you don't win, you can always pick up a copy of her book on Amazon, and guess what they are saying if you liked The Shack, you will like her book...that's so cool! I am so proud of my friend.
Don't forget to let me know if and when you are posting by Saturday the 7th.
You can post anytime during the week, and I will just link to that particular post.
I will post the links and the winner on Monday's 2/9 post.
So here is what is on my nightstand, and an example of what I am talking about:
I found this great old book at the library yesterday called Yakima by Inez Noel Johnson, published in 1954. It is a story about a WWI vet coming home to the west. Yakima just happens to be the valley down the road a bit from us. I am always drawn to local historical novels. On top you can see I am also reading one of my Elizabeth Goudge finds from last summer, The Child from the Sea. This is about the fourth book of hers I have read this winter. I better slow down or I will run out. I am also trying an English mystery, by Robin Paige, Death on the Lizard. I don't know why, but I only seem to read English mysteries set in the countryside. And I think I am on my last Karen Kingsbury novel Divine. She is a Christian author whose best books I think were about 9/11 One Tuesday Morning, and Beyond Tuesday Morning.
Just a little piece of blogging business. I have noticed this new gadget around the blogging community. I thought I would try it out. If you would like to have and easy feed to my blog you just need to go to the top of the sidebar and add yourself to this nifty new little gizmo.