What Are You Reading?

randomlychad  —  August 30, 2011 — 11 Comments
'Book Addiction' photo (c) 2010, Emily Carlin - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/

Because I’m always looking for something good to read, I’m going ask: what are you reading this week? What have you read recently?

Right now, I’m working on (non-affiliate links–no time to set them up):

Adam McHugh’s
Introverts In The Church.

Just read through an advance copy of Bryan Allain’s 31 Days To Recovering Your Blogging Mojo, and I gotta tell ya–it was awesome! If you’re a blogger, you must buy this when it releases!

Book two of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, A Clash of Kings.

And last, but not least, A.J. Jacobs’s The Year of Living Biblically.

So, what’s in your wallet… Er, what are you reading? What do you want to read?

Share away in the comments!

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  • Just received The King Jesus Gospel by Scot McKnight and Slow Love by Dominique Browning in the mail yesterday for review. Also just downloaded Knox McCoy's Jesus and the Bachelorette. Trying to add The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly to the mix, but it may have to wait a bit until some of the "essential" reading is past.

    • Wowsers! Your reading plate is full! Didn't you just recently finish Hunger Games trilogy? How was that?

      • It is full, but I love reading a whole bunch, so it's worth it.

        And The Hunger Games? Kick-awesome. Post about that on Friday.

        • Me, too--just so little time lately.Can't wait for Friday!

  • I'm almost finished with Courage and Calling by Gordon Smith. It's definitely up there as one of the best books I've read this year.

    Another top book of the year for me was Your Life In Rhythm by Bruce Miller. He disproves the "balance" myth and talks about living life in rhythm with the changes of the seasons of change. Highly recommended.

    For fiction, I recommend Peace Like A River by Leif Erikson. It was probably one of the most well-written books I've ever read. That guy is a master of words. Great story as well.

    • Awesome, Tony! Thanks for the recommendations! Will have to look those up.

  • I tend to steer clear of fiction. I'm reading Seth Godin's "The Dip" -- Thom Rainer's "Millennials" -- Steve Pressfield's "The War of Art."

    • Love, love, love The War of Art!Will have to checkout the others.Thanks for recs!