In Which We Discuss All The Books
Well, I didn’t exactly get a book report done for March. There’s a good reason for that. I didn’t read anything other than Scripture in March. One of my Lenten goals was to read through the gospels. I decided to take that and read nothing but the gospels for most of Lent.
So, since I don’t have much to report of what I have read, I thought I’d give a quick update of what I’ve been reading.
I know that I should be reading things off my 2016 book list, but there are just so many books and so little time! I have decided to give audiobooks a try for more than just long distance trips. I’m currently listening to 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit by Nicki Koziarz. It was picked to be a bit of an experiment and see how well I would retain the information with only listening in bits and pieces.
I’ve learned two things: I retain more than I thought and I find myself listening more often that just when I’m commuting or in the car. It may only work for certain books, but I am definitely going to try to keep up on the audiobook thing and see if I can double my reading. I’ve even started a list on Hoopla of books that I want to listen to.
I’ve been picked for two new launch teams and I can’t wait to share more about each of those books. The first is Loving my Actual Life by Alexandra Kuykendall. I’ve just downloaded it and hope to get it done soon. The second I’ll be writing about soon.
I also bought Love Does by Bob Goff and When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper. I haven’t gotten started on these yet (see above), but we’re going to have Chas start Love Does soon and I’ll probably read it with him.
I also picked up a copy of Looking for Lovely by Annie Downs at work the other day and started to thumb through it. I got through the introduction and realized that I must read this soon. Shauna Neiquist’s Present Over Perfect will also be released soon, so chances are, I’ll be grabbing a copy of that, too.
None of the books above were on my 2016 list, but if you’ll remember my list was pretty light for just this reason. I don’t know that I’ll get to all of these or even those on my list soon, but a girl can dream, right?
So, what are you reading? What have you read this year that has really stuck with you? What must I add to my ever growing list?