A House in Riverton by Kate Morton
Wolfsbane by Ronie Kendig – Great book- These are action books full of raw and intense scenes, but well done!
Have a new Teen by Friday- Kevin Leman- mostly read this one, okay book, but I didn’t agree with some of his stuff, but still learned a few things.
Free Range Learning- How homeschooling changes everything- Laura Weldon– Partially read this one…it is interesting how to have learning be more free and not as planned, just a part of life.
Mattie- A woman’s journey West by Nan Weber
Girl from the Gulches- The story of Mary Ronan as told to Margaret Ronan
Meetings with Mrs. Collins- Sketches of life and events on Montana’s open range by Colleen Carter
Love will keep us together by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt- This book was an interesting YA book on some of the pressures facing a senior in high school with an autistic brother. It was very interesting and a good read!
Montana Women Homesteaders edited by Sarah Carter
A story of the Swanson Family – Montana Pioneers by the Family This was really good! It had great history of the area I live in, letting me see a glimpse into family life and what life must have been like. I am so excited about this!
Vigilante Days and Ways by N. P Langford
Love blooms in the winter by Lori Copeland This book was a bit cheesy, but had some cute moments. I could not quite understand how a train could destroy the whole town…
Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble – Good mystery, but some unrealistic things in the story, but still kept me up late.
Season of Danger by Hannah Alexander and Jill Nelson….favorite authors of mine.
Waking Hours- by Lisa Wiehl– Don’t read this one before bed…I tried not to, but it caught me in and nightmares may occur
Novelists essential guide to crafting scenes by Raymond Obstfeld
City of Ash by Megan Chance– Very interesting book, people really could ruin someone’s life a lot easier then.
Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers- re-read for Book club
What is on your reading list?

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  1. Amy

    Hi Martha! Looks like a good list! :) I have an INSANELY long list I hope to read this year…they are listed at the bottom of my blog, if interested! :)

    1. TakingMyPlace

      I probably shouldn’t admit this, but I don’t plan out what I’m going to read in advance. Maybe I should! I usually cruise the stacks of the library, looking for something to speak to me. lol That’s how I got started reading Debbie Macomber. I liked the artwork on her Blossom Street series. :) I love to read Christian Fiction, but I don’t mind branching out a bit. Sometimes I read Juvenile Fiction or YA Fiction so I know what my kids are reading. Martha, where do you hear about the books that you put on your list? I’ve seen Have a New Teen by Friday at the library and teased my son about reading that one, but I haven’t heard of some of your other selections.

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