Thanks to my decision to enroll in an American Literature class, I’ve resurrected my reading life. Prior to June I had finished only two books: Respectable Sins by and Think by John Piper. From June onwards, I was able to finish the following:
- Hiroshima by John Hersey
- by Norman Mailer
- Glengarry Glen Ross by
- Fences by August Wilson
- Death of a Salesman by
- Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley
- by Edward Albee
- True West by Sam Shepard
- Slaughterhouse-Five by
- Rant by Chuck Palahniuk
Right now I’m in the middle of three books simultaneously: Inside Out by Larry Crabb,by Amy Tan, and Noli Me Tangere (English version, audio book). I’ve also bought nearly 20 used books and downloaded dozens more, so now I have a to-be-read list of more than 80 titles!
I’ve gone gaga, I know, but I can’t seem to help it. I’ve deprived myself for years, it seems, and now I’m frantic to make up for all the lost reading time.
And really, all these books are just making me so happy! 🙂
What’s on your night stand these days?