Books I Read in 2005 (no particular order)

The Merry Recluse, Caroline Knapp
The Soul Tells a Story, Vinita Hampton Wright
The Namesake , Jhumpa Lahari
– The Ha-Ha, Dave King
– My Faith So Far, Patton Dodd
– The Writing Life, Ellen Gilchrist
– Searching for God Knows What, Donald Miller
– Girl Meets God, Lauren Winner
– Praise Habit, David Crowder
Thriving as an Artist in the Church, Rory Noland
– A Sacred Sorrow, Michael Card
– Holding Out for a Hero: A New Spin on Hebrews, Lisa Harper
– Reaching for the Invisible God, Philip Yancey
– Three Short Stops in the Minor Prophets, Lisa Harper
– Experiential Storytelling, Mark Miller
– To Be Told, Dan Allender
– When I Don’t Desire God, John Piper
– My Friend Leonard, James Frey
– Dry, Augusten Burroughs
– Magical Thinking, Augusten Burroughs
– Flashbang: How I Got Over Myself, Mark Steele
– Collected Poems of Madeleine L’Engle
– God’s Grandeur and Other Poems, Gerard Manley Hopkins
– Mama Said, Martha Houston Reid Hammond
– The Official Guide to Christmas in the South, David C. Barnett
– Being Dead is No Excuse : The Official Southern Ladies Guide to Hosting the Perfect Funeral, Gayden Metcalfe
– Fondling Your Muse, John Warner
– The Ragamuffin Gospel Visual Edition, Brennan Manning
– Starting From Scratch, Rita Mae Brown
– Journal to the Self, Kathleen Adams
– Polaroid Transfers: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating Image and Emulsion Transfers, Kathleen Carr
– Polaroid Manipulations: A Complete Visual Guide to Creating SX-70, Transfer, and Digital Prints, Kathleen Carr
– Photo-Imaging: A Complete Guide to Alternative Processes, Jill Enfield
– The Polaroid Book, Barbara Hitchcock
– Real Simple Solutions: Tricks, Wisdom, and Easy Ideas to Simplfy Everyday, Editors of Real Simple Magazine
– Sammy’s Hill, Kristen Gore

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2 Comments on “Books I Read in 2005 (no particular order)”

  1. KIKI says:

    Way to go Amy! This is an impressive list of books accomplished–Hooray for reaching a big goal!I’m curious about Magical Thinking, Fondling your Muse and Namesake especially. So when we chat give me a brief on these if you can. Also, how’s the SF group with Margo? and what are some other intentions you’ve set for growth and fun for 2006?

  2. Sherpani says:

    I too, am curious about Fondling Your Muse. Did you think it was good? Why, or why not?


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