What are You Reading?

I thought I might do a quarterly-ish post on what we’re all reading or looking forward to reading soon. I read across genres and am always up for suggestions!

[Fantasy] I’ve recently finished the Kingfountain series and the Muirwood novels (all by Jeff Wheeler). He has a fan in me! If you like Brent Weeks or Patrick Rothfuss, you’ll like Jeff Wheeler’s style too. He’s almost Eddings-esque (and I don’t give that praise lightly).

[Nonfiction] I also highly recommend Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun, and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rhimes. I don’t know what I was expecting, but that book exceeded all of my vague, unformed hopes.

In progress (all genres):

Naming the Goddess, edited by Trevor Greenfield

Love Poems by Pablo Neruda

Up next (all genres):

The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World by Lewis Hyde

What Unites Us by Dan Rather

Pagan Portals: Odin by Morgan Daimler

Nothing Gold Can Stay: Stories by Ron Rash

Your turn! What great books have you read/are you reading, and what’s next on your list?

(All titles mentioned here are available on Amazon as far as I recall.)

2 thoughts on “What are You Reading?

  1. I’m reading Musashi right now. Iti’s about 900 pages so I figure it’ll take the rest of the year to finish.

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  2. In Progress:
    On my Kindle: David Copperfield, and Hitchens’ “The Portable Atheist”.
    Audiobooks on CD in my car: A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg, alternating disks with lessons from Pimsleur Spanish 1.
    Hard Copy: Sphere by Michael Crichton. I think I read it once many years ago, but my mom picked it up at a book sale and handed me a copy.

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