May 23, 2005
What's on YOUR Desk?
From Rebecca Writes
, via Challies.com
What books are on my desk? Well, my desk is almost too small for the computer I have on it, so I'm including what's stacked up next to it:
- The Historical Evidence for the Virgin Birth by Vincent Taylor
- Honor, Patronage, Kinship and Purity by David de Silva
(both now overdue from the library at Southern)
- At the Pure Fountain of Thy Word: Andrew Fuller as an Apologist edited by Michael A.G. Haykin
- The Holy Bible: New American Standard Version
- The Holy Bible: English Standard Version
- Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey
- God's Bestsellerby Bryan Moynahan
So what books are on YOUR desk?
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My desk is too small for books, too, so I'll mention what's on the small bookcase next to my desk.
On the top shelf, I have a couple of expand-a-folders, my Bible, the phone book, a complete book of Robert Frost's works (he's my favorite poet), a Roget's thesaurus, a dictionary, and a French dictionary.
On the bottom shelf, I have a few Food and Family magazines by Kraft (some great stuff in there!), a selection of Shakespeare, a few works by Mark Twain, a couple of Jane Austen novels, my crocheting books, two books on parakeets and cockatiels, and one or two odd magazines--usually Ladies' Home Journal.
Not interesting to most younger folks nowadays. I'm long past the angst stage. I like some of the classics!
Posted by: Kelly Miller at May 23, 2005 08:43 PM (weNac)
Most of mine are left over from the last papers I wrote for school or they're Mind and Media books I'm reviewing -- though I REALLY need to finish God's Bestseller -- I've only got 20 pages or so to go.
Posted by: Warren at May 24, 2005 08:27 PM (a64K1)
The Crimson Sword, by Eldon Thompson.
The Hot Kid, by Elmore Leonard
Digital Audio Essentials
Directing Feature Films, by Mark Travis
Fast Food Nation
The Christian Imagination
That's what is on the desk right now. That doesn't include the stack next to the bookcase, or the bookcase itself.
Posted by: Bill Wallo at May 25, 2005 05:36 PM (Hdn6c)
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