What I Read – October 2018

What I Read:

Refuge – Merilyn Simonds (ECW Press, 2018)

Our Homesick Songs – Emma Hooper (Hamish Hamilton, 2018)

Currently Reading:

A Suitable Boy – Vikram Seth

An Orchestra of Minorities – Chigozie Obioma

Celebration of Discipline – Richard Foster

The Excuses:

  1. I’m just over 1000 pages into A Suitable Boy. I’m definitely enjoying it but it’s big. It’s absorbed a lot of my reading time this month but since I haven’t finished it yet I haven’t included it in my tally.
  2. I re-read parts of Prayer by Timothy Keller which I read for the first time two years ago. I didn’t read the entire book again so I’m not including here but that took some of my reading space too.
  3. I was going to talk about how exhausted I am (Rose got three new teeth this week!) and how I don’t think I’ve slept eight hours in a row since May but I love my kids and I hate complaining and exhaustion or no, how I spend my time is my choice. And this month I guess I simply haven’t chosen to read quite as much. And that’s okay. Let’s see how November goes.

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