Books 2010

Once upon a time, there was a girl who spent most of her free time with her nose stuck in a book.  But then that little girl grew up and her free time became less & less.  However, she still reads occasionally when she’s stopped at a red light or not on Facebook the internet.

One of her goals for 2010 is to read more.   Here she will share what she’s reading and review what what she’s finished.  Thanks, little brother, for the idea.

Currently Reading

A Widow for One Year by John Irving

The Pearl by John Steinbeck

The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Completed Reading

Psychological Testing – Urbina & Anastasi (Required Reading for class at DTS)

How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup: A Guy’s Guide to the World of Infertility – Greg Wolfe  (I bought this for my husband, but it’s so witty -and I’m nosy- that I had to read it for myself).

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Incomplete Reading (but may pick up again one day)

I Sold My Soul on eBay:  Viewing Faith Through an Atheist’s Eyes – Hemant Mehta

The Divine Mentor:  Growing Your Faith as You Sit at the Feet of the Savior – Wayne Cordeiro

The Infertility Companion:  Hope & Help for Couples Facing Infertililty – Sandra L. Glahn & William R. Cutrer

Hustling God:  Why We Work so Hard for What God Wants to Give – M. Craig Barnes


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Michelle Stie
    Nov 18, 2010 @ 02:59:59

    This looks like a good list–I had a reading goal this year myself. Did you like Kite Runner? I’m usually a big John Irving fan, but I wasn’t completely taken with Widow for One Year.


    • lmparks
      Nov 18, 2010 @ 03:09:56

      Hey Michelle!

      I just started Kite Runner this week! I’m only in about 6 chapters, but so far loving it…of course, there’s not many cross-culture genre books that I don’t like!
      I’ve also just started reading A Widow for One Year…only on page 136. John Irving was recommended to me by one of our fellow teachers and this novel was on clearance at Half Price Books, so it became my first venture with Irving. So far, I’m liking it pretty good. The characters are intriguing, but I haven’t really connected with any of them…I don’t really care for them (but maybe that’s the point?). But, it keeps me interested enough to want to keep reading!


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