Books to Check Out

Books to Check Out

“Visit many good books, but live in the Bible.” C. H. Spurgeon

 

I like books – yes I do! I like books – how ’bout you?

Big ones – little ones – fat ones – skinny ones – old ones – new ones

Makes no difference to me.

Here’s my 2017 reading list – It’s been a slow go so far this year but I’m getting there!

Completed

  1. The Book on Writing – Paula LaRocque / 3-10-17
    • Pros: An easy quick read – solid practical writing tips – interactive
    • Only Con: Used a reference quote that took the Lord’s name in vain. Of all the quotes to pull from this was unnecessary.
    • Favorite Quote: “The original writer is not one who imitates nobody, but one whom nobody can imitate”. -Francois Rene de Chateaubriand
  2. The Pleasures of Staying In Touch – Writing Memorable Letters – Jennifer William / 3-20-17
    • Pros: A much needed reminder that a hand written letter is a beautiful treasure. In a time where pens and papers are replaced with phones and computers, a personalized note in the mail means something.
    • Favorite Quote: “What cannot letters inspire? They have souls; they speak; they have in them all that force which expresses the transports of the heart; they have all the fire of our passions, they can raise them as much as if the person themselves were present; they have all the tenderness an the delicacy of speech, and sometimes even a boldness of expression beyond it.” -Heloise to Abelard

In Progress

  1. Legacy – A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Personal History  – Linda Spence
  2. Charles H. Spurgeon – Complete Autobiography Set
  3. The Valley of Vision -A Collection of Puritan Prayers
  4. Screwtape Letters – C.S. Lewis

In Queue

  • Grace Abounding – John Bunyan

I have lots more in queue – but I’d love to hear from you. What are some great reads you’d recommend?

Message me and let me know!