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Is it possible that I just might be able to read all the books on my list for 2009? Maybe.on_mondays

I just finished Emma this morning (yes, I know…finally) and am feeling good. I also finished Twenties Girl and picked The Day the Falls Stood Still this week too.

Can I finish 11 books in 2 1/2 months? We’ll see. Here’s what’s left:

Fiction

Arms and the Man, George Bernard Shaw

Sandition,  Jane Austen

Non-Fiction

Story, Robert McKee

Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton

Three Cups of Tea, Greg Mortenson

Biography/Memoir

Becoming Jane, Jon Spencer

The Journals of Jim Elliot, edited by Elisabeth Elliot

Lipstick Jihad, Azadeh Moaveni

Children/Youth

Tuck Everlasting, Natalie Babbitt

Christian

Sacred Chaos, Tricia Rhodes (My pastor’s wife!)

God is the Gospel, John Piper

Right now, I feel like after the mammoth I felt Emma was I can conquer (ie, read) anything! Just to be clear, Emma wasn’t bad–not at all–just so very, very long.

But looking at the list…that’s a lot of books. To finish by December 31st, I’d have to read a book a week, which might be doable if all life and holidays subsided, considering the length of some. Either way I’m still excited at the amount of reading I have done this year, which is more than I expected!

This week I’m going to crack into Tuck Everlasting and Sacred Chaos, both I think will be quick reads. We’ll see on it goes!

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on_mondaysI’ve found a new reading carnival that’s not really new, I’ve seen it before, but just never joined in. J. Kaye’s hosts What are you reading? on Mondays.

This week my goal is to make some more progress on Emma. I feel like I’ve been reading it forever…but I’m over the halfway point.

I’m also picking up Birth: The Surprising History of How We Are Born by Tina Cassidy and When the Morning Comes by Cindy Woodsmall this week from the library.

Last week I finished When the Heart Cries by Cindy Woodsmall and Feminine Appeal by Carolyn Mahaney.

So…what are you reading today?

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