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Roundabout


Roundabout is the title of a post that I try to do every week listing the noteworthy blog's of that week that I follow.
I follow 55 blog's, they are all noteworthy in that the authors lovingly tend to their blog's as a dedicated gardener would to their garden. They sow and prune, in hopes of a reading audience that will enjoy the harvest.

All the blog's are a whirl in the same theme of subjects: wrapping up reading and challenges for 2009, looking forward to reading and challenges in 2010, and preparing for Christmas.

Reading Challenges are popping up, please see 3 blog's for information on 2010 Reading Challenges.
Becky's Book Reviews
Mini Challenges
J.Kaye's Book Blog

All in a Day's Thought Wendy is the author of this blog and she posts questions, great questions, questions that make you think and stew a little. Her questions are posted on Friday's. See the questions posted for December 11 and 18.

At the Well...In Pursuit of Titus 2 See the posting for December 21--"In Christ Alone," it is about transparency. The author is Ashley.

C.J. Darlington C.J. has a new book that will be available in January 2010, "Thicker than Blood" published by Tyndale House She is the winner of "Christian Writer's Guild Operation First Novel 2010."  Congrats C. J.!

Inspire Rita Gerlach is the author of this blog. See post on December 21 "The Day of His Birth."

Passages to the Past This blog is top notch for historical fiction reading. The author is Amy from Georgia.

The LPM Blog Beth Moore and her daughters maintain this blog. Please read***important to read*** on Beth and her recent...well I'll let you read it. The title of post is "OK, So Here's The Story" dated December 19.

Tom Toya's Blog (Send Me - Isaiah 6:8) Tom Toya is the author of this blog, see the post dated December 6, "Because of His Love."

Through the Looking-Glass... Dr. Mike Thomas is the author of this blog. He writes a post on Sunday's entitled, "Stunning Moments in the Bible." See the posts dated December 6-- "The Raising of Lazarus," December 13--"The Parting of the Red Sea," and December 20-- "The Birth of Jesus."

Merry Christmas to all of you! And a wonderful and joyous New Year!

Blissful Blogging!
Annette 

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