Book Challenge :)

Nikki Lagunilla Vargas tagged me on this Book Challenge, thank you for that … and it brought a lot of good memories and loads of reflection points while doing my list. which is limited to 10 So, here it goes with some bits of trivia:

1. P.S. I Love You, from Sweet Dreams by Barbara Conklin – the FIRST pocketbook that I read, which led to “the rest is history”
2. Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon – very strategic, must have reflected the competitive side of me and the interest on reality shows like Survivor and Amazing Race
3. Jonathan Livingstone Seagull by Richard Bach – fly high! and the feeling of being high
4. Gift of Acabar by Og Mandino & Buddy Kaye – where I got the Credenda, which changed my life as I started looking into my life through the line of the creed. Thanks Lyn Madero for mentioning Og that caught my curiosity
5. All I need to learn I learn in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum – JP introduced me to this writer and I started looking for his other books. RonElaine Sotacio and Tita Marivic G. Mabilog, I think JP found it in your house together with It was Fire When I Laid on It, etc
6. Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom – talk about maturity and death. Mentor-friend and life in general. I love the lessons and I have my fave line there, among the many favorites
7. Prayer of Jabez by Bruce Wilkinson – Thank you Bing Pelobello for giving me this book or was it Reda Marie Villaruel? With God’s grace, I”m starting to ëxpand my tent and looking forward to Divine Appointments If you have more of his works, would gladly welcome them
8. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho – Divine Purpose and looking for the North Star This book got me addicted to Coelho works
9. Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing your inner child by John Bradshaw – A Jesuit priest recommended this book when I was discerning It’s one life-changing books! Found more books from Bradshaw that became my collection. What do you think Sis Sue An Telarma?
10. The Fault in our Star byJohn Green – after watching the movie, I’ve become an instant fan of Hazel Grace and Augustus! Thank you Tina Abella for the book passed it on to my niece

I realized that whenever I start reading an author’s work, it will led me exploring more works from him/her. So, will looking for works of John Green and Bruce Wilkinson Got more meaningful books and will probably share stories about them in my here 🙂