A New Year - all shiny and crystalline like zamboni-smoothed ice - just waiting for us to strap on our skates and give it a go. I'm still lacing up my skates and making resolutions. . . how about you? One of my resolutions (the only one I've decided on so far) is to read more, thus my book list for Twenty-Ten.
It is a modest list, but a reasonable one for me, especially considering I have a habit of adding books to my "To Be Read" list like a preschooler picking up shiny pennies. In fact while making this list I added a few!
Books to finish:
Lost to the West
The Art of Racing the Rain
Home: A Novel (sequel to Gilead)
That Hideous Strength
Collected Stories of Dorothy Sayers
Collected Stories of Flannery O'Connor
Ghost Train to the Eastern Star, Paul Theroux
Nine Lives: Death and Life in New Orleans, Dan Baum
Surprised by Hope, NT Wright
Rallying the Really Human Things, Vigen Guroian
Ten Philosophical Mistakes, Mortimer Adler
The Hidden Art of Homemaking, Edith Schaeffer
Amusing Ourselves to Death, Neil Postman
On the Incarnation, St. Athansias
Ascending the Heights, Father John Mack
Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus, Phillip Schaff - or at least as much as I'm able to get through
Of course this does not include the read-alouds we read in our homeschool or family reading.
Got any ideas for books to add to my list?