Here is the (very short) list of books I read in 2013. If you don't keep track of the books you read, I highly recommend it. It's been very beneficial to go over the list at the end of the year to see how many or how few books I actually completed.
It's also helpful to see trends in your reading. For example, during the years that I wasn't working outside the home, I read 30-50 books per year. You can very easily see when I started back to work, because my reading time practically dissolves into nothingness. That's something that might not be so evident if I didn't keep track of my books. I knew I was reading less, but I had no idea how few books I had actually read this year until I started looking at this list. That's something I hope to work on next year.
I will be clearing out the sidebar and starting fresh for 2014, but I want to keep previous years' lists so I am putting it into a post
- Servanthood as Worship by Nate Palmer
- Getting to the Heart of Friendships by Amy Baker
- Surprised by Oxford: A Memoir by Carolyn Weber
- The Bible - I did the reading plan below this year and finished it in December.
- Reader's Guide to the Bible: A Chronological Reading Plan by George H. Guthrie