2015 Reads

In 2014. my reading goal straightforward: one book per week, or a total of 52 books in the year. Fiction, which I inhaled at the rate of three books per week when I was younger, outpaced nonfiction by about two to one. That didn't do much for the backlog in the kindle, which consists of high double digits of wonderful, waiting-to-be-read nonfiction. Accordingly, the goal in 2015 is to read two nonfiction books per month, or a total of 24 for the year. That will at least put a dent in the backlog (though I fear my Amazon wish list may grow to unseemly proportions as I resist buying more books).

This year's completed reads:

Home Is Where My People Are: The Roads That Lead Us to Where We Belong, Sophie Hudson
Bread and Wine: A Love Letter to Life Around the Table, Shauna Niequist
Antelope in the Living Room: The Real Story of Two People Sharing One Life, Melanie Shakle
Clutter Free, Kathi Lipp
The Company We Keep: In Search of Biblical Friendship, Jonathan Holmes
DIY: 365 Days of DIY: A Collection of DIY, DIY Household Hacks, DIY Cleaning and Organizing, DIY Projects, and More DIY Tips to Make Your Life Easier (With Over 45 DIY Christmas Gift Ideas), White Lemon
You Are a Writer (So Start Acting Like One), Jeff Goins
The Mystery of Art: Becoming an Artist in the Image of God, Jonathan Jackson
Seams Unlikely: The Inspiring True Life Story of Nancy Zieman, Nancy Zieman

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