I don’t know where in the world November has gone. It doesn’t seem like I have gotten much reading in, but sometimes I surprise myself when I actually start listing it.
Since last time I have completed:
Walking in the Spirit: A Study Through Galatians 5 by Steve Pettit, reviewed here.
Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me: A Memoir of Sorts by Ian Morgan Cron, audiobook, reviewed here.
Nope, no surprises this time – only two actual (paper) books!
I’m currently reading:
Weight of Glory by C. S. Lewis
The Pound a Day Diet by Rocco DiSpirito
The Gift of the Magi and Other Christmas Stories by O. Henry, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Henry van Dyke, and Leo Tolstoy
Other than that I am not sure. I got out my Christmas books (some fictional, some devotional) and was surprised to discover a couple I didn’t even know I had and one that I thought I had read but hadn’t. I like to do a little Christmas reading during December but haven’t decided which of these to attempt yet.
Speaking of Christmas books…I am giving some away here.
Some of you might be interested in a post I wrote this month about reasons to read fiction and Christian fiction. It’s one I have been wanting to write for ages, and I was glad to finally do so.