This year, I hope to maximize this quiet afternoon time with a few things for myself:
- Practicing the piano
- Physical Exercise
- Listening to a Christian podcast
How did I come up with this book list? First I looked over the books I already own and haven't yet read, or perhaps read, but not for a very long time. I tried to pick a mixture of Christian living books, novels, classics, and history. I also like to mix "light" reading with a heavier theological read. I am using this list as a guideline, and will likely change and tweak it over time. Afterall, my moods or needs will likely change over the course of 12 months.
Christianbooks.com. The story line sounded intriguing, involving a reporter, a search and rescue leader, and an airplane crash.
The Help - Katharyn Stockett - A novel. Just out of personal interest, I want to read this book about three women in America: a black maid, her best friend also a house-help, and a young caucasian woman. All three of these women are determined to start a movement of their own, changing the town and the way women view one another.
I would love to hear about some of your favorites from 2012, or all time, and some you hope to read through this year. Also, how do you come up with your own personal reading list?