#NaBloPoMo Day 28: December Reading List
After I finish #NaBloPoMo (Three.More.Days), the next installment of my 30 Day Challenge Project is to read every day for 30 days. Hopefully will reinstate a habit that I can carry on much longer than the next month. I used to be a voracious reader, but in the past few years, my reading has dropped off considerably due to competing time-sucks. Also, I know reading makes one a better writer, and I very much want to continue to improve my writing.
I picked December for my reading month for several reasons.
- There’s more downtime and I’ll be “on vacation” (ha) for a chunk of the month.
- Social media in December is hard for me (comparison is the thief of joy and all that…) so this will be a good reason to cut back for a few weeks and focus on reading more than scrolling
- Amazon had some killer deals the past few days and I am stocked up (honestly, for several months).
Here are 11 books on my list to start to tackle next month: any must-reads I need to add?
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (I’m currently listening to this one on audio).
Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
Searching For Sunday by Rachel Held Evans
This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
Blessed Are The Misfits by Brant Hansen
The Art of Memoir by Mary Carr
At Home In The World by Tsh Oxenreider
Leaving Church: A Memoir of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
The Disabled God: Toward A Liberatory Theology of Disability by Nancy L. Eisland
Elenor and Park by Rainbow Rowell (bought this on Audible months ago and haven’t listened yet)