Let's talk about my reading list. (Because I know you are all just riveted by what I'm reading.)
Going down my Fall Into Reading Challenge list on the sidebar:
Seaside (Just finished) - a very good book. It is a novella, so it only took 2 days to read. It's mother & daughters (& sisters) and makes a very good point about enjoying the blessing of today, at whatever place you are in life.
The Pilgrim's Progress - I am officially giving up on this one. The day I brought it home from the library I got some uninterrupted reading time while both of the boys slept and really got into it. It seems very intellectual & literature-ish and spiritual... all at the same time. But that was a couple of months ago, and since then it's been like swimming through tapioca pudding. It just takes a lot of effort and brainpower, the latter of which I find myself short of pretty often these days. Plus, and I hate to actually admit this, but I was slightly disappointed that the book wasn't even about the people that came over on the Mayflower. Nope. Not those Pilgrims at all. What a rip.
Hints on Child Training (In progress) - This one also takes a little bit of concentration, but it is more from the fact that I want to absorb every single thought in it. It has short chapters, and no fluff. It was written in in 1890 by a father of 8. The quote on the back says it just as well as I could: "This book will give you a whole new perspective on your joy as a parent - and a lot more hope. Every family needs this book!" It is full of practical tips on how to implement ideas that are somehow both simple and profound... if that makes any sense. I definitely recommend it to any parent.
So... there you have it. What are you reading? What's on your "To-Read" list?