I said on Facebook last night, and I’m not ashamed to admit that I am a slow reader. I read at about or a little faster than conversational pace. I think it’s due to the fact that we didn’t find out I needed glasses until the summer after my first grade year. At the time I was leaning to read and write I couldn’t see. Somehow I managed to baffle my teachers and parents with the fact that I couldn’t see the board yet I was still doing well in school.

I envy you speed readers out there. I tried a speed reading course in high school – that was a bust.

Anyway, more for my personal satisfaction than for your pleasure I keep a running log of the books I read each year. I am currently working on numbers 21 and 22 on the year. I hope to keep up this pace and lifestyle of reading. It makes life so much more interesting.

  1. Jesus: A Theography, by Len Sweet and Frank Viola
  2. Whispers, by Dean Koontz
  3. Wild at Heart, by John Eldredge
  4. Pirate Latitudes, by Michael Crichton
  5. Watchers, by Dean Koontz
  6. Pilgrim Heart, by Darryl Tippens
  7. Pathfinder, by Orson Scott Card
  8. Ruins, by Orson Scott Card
  9. Magic Kingdom for Sale – Sold!, by Terry Brooks
  10. The Black Unicorn, by Terry Brooks
  11. After You Believe, by N.T. Wright
  12. A Game of Thrones, by George R.R. Martin
  13. Prey, by Michael Crichton
  14. A Clash of Kings, by George R.R. Martin
  15. Where Is God When It Hurts?, by Philip Yancey
  16. Scarred Faith, by Josh Ross
  17. The Hole in Our Gospel, by Richard Stearns
  18. A Storm of Swords, by George R.R. Martin
  19. Just Like Jesus, by Max Lucado
  20. The Door to December, by Dean Koontz
  21. Ender in Exile, by Orson Scott Card
  22. From Eternity to Here, by Frank Viola

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