What I Read in 2018

What I've Read 2018

This year I embraced audiobooks and discovered our library has amazing opportunities for ebook and audiobook lending. I repeated my goal from 2017 to read 20 books and thankfully, due to audiobooks, I was much closer to meeting that goal than if I’d only read books.

Here’s my 2018 Reading List:

  • Probing
  • A Simplified Life
  • Otherworld
  • Talking as Fast as I Can
  • DotCom Secrets
  • Lose the Cape
  • Hallelujah Anyway
  • Braving the Wilderness
  • United (by Cory Booker)
  • The President is Missing
  • Sisters First
  • Why Not Me
  • Girl, Wash Your Face
  • Remember God
  • Women of the Word
  • Just Ask (A Devotional for Coaches’ Wives)
  • On Writing by Stephen King
  • Cultivate by Lara Casey

I’ve set a much smaller goal for 2019 mainly because I’ll be focusing more on writing, and you aren’t supposed to read within the same genera as you write. Since I prefer non-fiction this means I’ll be less likely to pick up a book. On the other hand, I’ve had an embroidery project waiting for my attention for six years, and I expect this year to be the one where it’s completed. You can check out my reviews as well as what I’m reading and recommending over on Goodreads!

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