You know what’s easier than writing? Reading, of course.
So I’ve started this Write 31 Days challenge for the month of October, and what do I do on Day 2 but give you a list of my recent reading log? I know, you were probably hoping for a story. And I have some for you, coming up. I’m still working on them.
I have also been continuing to work on getting my blog posts categorized. Since I’ve actually been blogging for 13.5 years (I know, right?) I thought I might share some re-runs with you on weekends this month. I’ve been sorting through the 1,350+ posts that I supposedly have trying to find some “evergreen” ones that would be worth re-posting. I hate to admit it, but there’s a whole lotta twaddle in that mess. And so, I’m trying to clean it out some, too. In the meantime, I’ve added sub-categories to my main topic tabs across the top, so if you are interested in a particular topic you can easily read more posts on the subject. It’s an ongoing project.
Today’s self-assigned topic is to share with you my current reading list. I start a lot of books and lose interest half-way through. The books on this list are ones that I found interesting enough to finish.
Currently Listening To:
- Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee (audio book)
- The God I Love: A Lifetime of Walking with Jesus by Joni Eareckson Tada. A very inspiring memoir.
- The Outsider by Ann H. Gabhart. Historical fiction about the Shakers.
- One Last Thing by Rebecca St. James and Nancy N. Rue. A novel dealing with the issue of pornography.
- The Most They Ever Had by Rick Bragg. Nonfiction about cotton mill workers in the south.
- A Thing of Beauty by Lisa Samson. A novel about redemption and finding oneself.
Audio Books Recently Listened To:
- Crows and Cards by Joseph Helgerson
- Blue Christmas by Mary Kay Andrews
- Miss Julia Lays Down the Law by Ann B. Ross
To Be Read Soon:
- Orchard of Hope by Ann H. Gabhart
- Runaway Saint by Lisa Samson
- Greetings from the Flipside by Rene Gutteridge and Cheryl McKay
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