Tuesday, November 5, 2013

The 30-Day Blog Challenge, Day 25: Current Book List

Prompt: 5 last books you read (or are reading).

Since I'm not reading 5 books all at once, and I can only remember a couple of books that I last read, here is a combined list of 5 books I'm reading and have read.

1) I Kissed Dating Good-bye by Joshua Harris (currently reading)
I'm really enjoying this book. It's put a lot of things into perspective about how I should think about dating, courtship, and marriage in terms of the Bible, not based on what everyone else's actions.
2) Emma by Jane Austen (currently reading)
Reading this book has ultimately come to a standstill. It's been several weeks since I've picked it up. I've just been reading so many other books for school and other purposes!
3) The Bible (currently reading)
I'm trying to study a lot of the Psalms, as well as Leviticus, Numbers, and 1 Corinthians.
4) Do Hard Things by Alex and Brett Harris (read)
When I read this book, it was pretty life changing. As a teenager, the culture so often expects me to be the stereotype of going to school and having a hobby like a sport, instrument, or video games, and that's all we're really expected to do. But what if I chose to be someone so much more than the low expectations of the world? Isn't that what God calls everyone to be?
5) Start Here by Alex and Brett Harris (about to read)
This is the sequel or "field guide" to Do Hard Things. I haven't started it yet, but I can't wait to read it!

If you'd like a more detailed list of what I'm reading, what I've read before, and what I'd like to read, I have a Goodreads account, and I'd love to be friends if you have one too!

Question for the Reader: Do you have a Goodreads account?

Jesus answered, "It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’” --Matthew 4:4

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed Do Hard Things and Start Here. Right now I've just finished Sense and Sensibility and I think I'm going to start Ender's Game.


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