31 days of lovely lines

Lovely Lines

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One of the best places to find truth, beauty, and goodness?  Great books.

Read about the 31 Days of Lovely Lines series here: {Introduction}

October 2012 started here:

I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.

Find the rest by clicking on the day…enjoy, friends.

Day 31: Frankenstein

Day 30: The Gift

Day 29: A Thousand Splendid Suns

Day 28: Captivating

Day 27: Little Women *

Day 26: The Hunger Games

Day 25: Winnie the Pooh

Day 24: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe *

Day 23: Dr. Seuss {of course}

Day 22: How Green Was My Valley *

Day 21: Frog and Toad

Day 20: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

Day 19: The Help *

Day 18: Peter Pan {aka – Peter Pan and Wendy} *

Day 17: Sherlock Holmes *

Day 16: The Ugly Duckling

Day 15: The Hiding Place *

Day 14: The Hobbit

Day 13: Les Misérables *

Day 12: Harry Potter *

Day 11: Tuck Everlasting

Day 10: Sense and Sensibility *

Day 9: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Day 8: To Kill a Mockingbird *

Day 7: 1000 Gifts

Day 6: Charlotte’s Web *

Day 5: Blue Like Jazz

Day 4: A Tale of Two Cities

Day 3: The Giver

Day 2: Othello

Day 1: Anne of Green Gables *

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August 2013: The Memoir Project

July 2013: A Severe Mercy

June 2013: Drops Like Stars

May 2013: Shadowlands

April 2013: April Rain

March 2013: Voyage of the Dawn Treader *

February 2013: Driftless

January 2013: The Lord of the Rings *

December 2012: A Christmas Carol *

November 2012: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

November 2012: Girl Meets God

* Reader Favorites!



25 thoughts on “Lovely Lines”

    1. Thank you so much, Sheila! It has been a lot of fun creating them! I’ve wanted to try to make them “fit” their books, but be repackaged in a fresh sort of way. Since I’m a new blogger, I wanted a simpler challenge for the 31 days, but something I would still enjoy AND like reading myself! Plus, it has been a good way for me to learn a new design program. I hope you continue to enjoy them!

    1. Yay! I just clicked over to your blog and {fantastic series title!} smiled when I saw your reference to “Chuck.” Let’s just say you should tune back in on, oh, Thursday this week…? :)

  1. I clicked over from the post today on JDC about her blog class alums. And I have to say that I think this 31 days of Lovely Lines is one of the best ideas ever! :) I am glad I found out about this towards the beginning–will definitely be following! Congrats on a really pretty blog (I think the name is clever)!

    1. Amber – Thank you so, so much for such kind words. I am so thankful! I hope you love the 31 days! It takes a lot of willpower for me not to just post them all – I have lots of favorites all throughout October. :)

  2. I love this series! But there’s no way I could ever just pick one to vote for, they’re all great! :) What a beautiful idea…can’t wait to see the rest!

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