Through a quarter of the year, I’m on pace to reach my goal. So far, I’ve read 11 books, which would put me on track to read about 44 this year, easily meeting my challenge of 31. I doubt I’ll actually keep this pace, but it’s a nice thought. I’m geeking out a bit with the Goodreads tracking function, because it allows you to order the books by page numbers (as in below, with the exception of Tyndale) and also tells you the number of pages you’ve read (0f books you’ve finished). I’m at 2,163 in case anyone was interested. Actually, it looks like they are only counting eight books in that number, not sure why.
Books so far:
- A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail
- Pirate Latitudes
- Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life
- A History of the World in 6 Glasses
- Four Views on the Historical Adam
- The Church: The Gospel Made Visible
- How to Read Genesis (How to Read Series How to Read)
- Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God’s Will
- Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity
- Meditations (Dover Thrift Editions)
- 1 Peter (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries)
I’m currently reading Bavinck, Crime and Punishment, Thinking Fast and Slow, The American President, and The Last Girl, as well as Morning by Morning.
A few more on my list (whether I get to them this year or not):
- Novels – Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Hyperion, Girl on the Train, and probably some free kindle stuff.
- Christiany books – Don’t Waste Your Life, Disciplines of a Godly Man, Radically Normal, Lost World of Genesis 1
- Bible Study – pretty much all the Minor Prophets, using the New American, Tyndale and Word Biblical Commentaries.
- Non-fiction – Misbehaving, Jimmy Carter’s Reflections at 90, Sapiens