My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers (a devotional classic that I often give as a gift)
Radical Hospitality by Homan and Pratt
Mrs. Mike by Freedman
The One Year Chronological Bible NIV (I was happy to get this "free" via PaperBackSwap.)
A Cup of Tey - cozy mysteries by the wonderful Josephine Tey
On the Shoulders of Hobbits by Louis Markos
As the school year ends, I look forward to long, lazy afternoons on the couch with a good book. For starters I'll be dipping into these books - especially the Josephine Tey mysteries. I'm also due for a re-read of several Goudge titles.
Two other lists of interest: Al Mohler's summer reading includes non-fiction that sounds as enthralling as most novels. Edie at LifeinGrace has a list of 25 books everyone should read. (The list is at the end of the post.)
What are some titles/authors you hope to read this summer?