I enjoyed participating in Katrina's Fall Into Reading Challenge this time. I didn't finish all of the books that I had challenged myself to read, but I also added in a couple (code for about 10) extra "fun" books (a couple by Laura Childs, a few other mysteries) that weren't on my original list.
Here's how I did:
I finished The Hole in Our Gospel by Rich Stearns. In a word? Challenging. Painful. Convicting. Okay, that's three words, but choose one and it applies.
I didn't (that is...DID NOT) finish reading Good and Angry (did buy it, though so I can finish it later) or Shepherding a Child's Heart.
I finished all but one of the Aimee Leduc Investigations books (I have it now from the library and will finish it this week). I also finished Piece de Resistance and Savannah by the Sea. I didn't even start Pride and Prejudice. I did purchase Walking the Choctaw Road, and I look forward to finishing it soon as well.
I have definitely always had a bent toward fiction (especially mysteries), and I didn't vary much from that! I think all of the 'extra' books I read were mysteries as well! Next time, I'll stretch myself a little bit more (just a little bit, though!).
I look forward to joining the Spring Reading Thing that Katrina hosts as well. Maybe I'll stretch then!
I'll be reading the Bible in 90 days again beginning in January, so I won't have as much time to read 'extra' stuff then.
Though maybe I will take time to update my blog a little more than once every three months... we'll see :)