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Thursday Thirteen #1 — 13 Books On My Bookshelves

Posted by infinitygoods on October 11, 2007

Welcome to Thursday Thirteen. The goal here is to find out 13 details about a blogger’s life. Today I am sharing 13 books on my bookshelves because I think it really shows insight into someone’s personality.


1. The Bible

2. The Call to Brilliance by Resa Steindel Brown

3. Drawing with Children by Mona Brookes

4. Fatherhood by Bill Cosby

5. The French Chef Cookbook by Julia Child

6. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

7. The Kent Family Chronicles by John Jakes

8. The Mitford Series by Jan Karon

9. On Writing by Stephen King

10. Rules of Civility by George Washington

11. Teach Me To Pray by Gabe Huck

12. Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes

13. A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle

Hmm … I’m leaving out too many all-time favorites

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6 Responses to “Thursday Thirteen #1 — 13 Books On My Bookshelves”

  1. Thurday Thirteen: Indonesian Desserts, Anyone?

    Happy Dessert Day!

    Black Rice Dessert
    Coconut Sweet Potato Cake
    Indonesian Cupcakes
    Spiced Fruit Salad
    Multi-layered Butter Cake
    Banana Fritters
    Crisp Sweet Striped Cookies
    Sticky Rice Cake in Brown Sugar Sauce
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  2. amyszoo said

    There sure are a lot of good ones out there. Number 1 being my fave! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. infinitygoods said

    Gabrielle, very sweet and yummy. Multi-layered Butter Cake sounds down right decadent.

    Amy, #1 is my fave too and I sure was happy it alphabetized to perfection for my list!

  4. Dawn said

    That is an interesting variety of books. I must say, I don’t recognize a lot of them, but I am not a huge reader. Happy TT.

  5. Nicholas said

    We share one — On Writing. I have read it several times. I don’t have any of the other.

  6. infinitygoods said

    Hello Nicholas. You’re right, On Writing is worth several reads, especially for a blogger. I think anyone wishing to be a writer should consider it a necessary textbook as it has all the basics in a compact format.

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