books I’ve read in 2008

October
Beyond Smells & Bells: The Wonder and Power of Christian Liturgy, Mark Galli
The Divine Hours, Pocket Edition, Phyllis Tickle
The Three Signs of a Miserable Job, Patrick Lenconi

September
Salvation on the Small Screen? 24 Hours of Christian Television, Nadia Bolz-Weber
Discover Your Soul Potential : Using the Enneagram to Awaken Spiritual Vitality, Kathy Hurley & Theodorre Donson
God is at Eye Level. Photography as a Healing Art, Jan Phillips

August
Though War Break Out, Brad Davis
The Yellow Leaves: A Miscellany, Frederick Buechner
The Little Book of Contemplative Photography, Howard J. Zehr
Love Life, complied by Kobi Yamda
Trailer Trashed: My Dubious Attempts at Upward Mobility, Hollis Gillespie

July
Sensual Orthodoxy, Debbie Blue
The Creative Call: an Artist’s Response to the Way of the Spirit, Janice Elsheimer
Ham Biscuits, Hostess Gowns, and Other Southern Specialities: An Entertaining Life [with Recipes], Julia Reed

June
When You are Engulfed in Flames, David Sedaris
Rock On: An Office Power Ballad, Dan Kennedy
The Treasure Principle, Randy Alcorn
Confessions of a Recovering Slut: And Other Love Stories, Hollis Gillespie

May
Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators, Patrick Lencioni
Looking for God, Nancy Ortberg
Due South: Dispatches from Down Home, R. Scott Bruner

April
The Last Addiction, Sharon Hersh
Nurture, Lisa Bevere
Walking With God, John Eldredge
The Blue Star, Tony Earley
Crazy Sista Cooking: Cuisine & Conversation With Lucy Buffett, Lucy Buffett

March
Green Eggs and Ham, Dr. Seuss
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni

February
The Friday Night Knitting Club, Kate Jacobs
The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron
God’s Silence, Franz Wright

January
Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer, Warren St. John
Creole Thrift: Premium Southern Living Without Spending a Mint, Angela Parlange
Simplicity, Kim Thomas

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4 Comments on “books I’ve read in 2008”

  1. Craig says:

    Way to go, Amy. Glad to see your list and that you’re still reading. Give my best to Denver and the rest of Colorado.

  2. Thanks, Craig. I’m on track to hit my goal of 40 this year. If I had to guess, I’d say I will finish with 42.

  3. Karey says:

    Hey Amy! I finally finished the Friday Night Knitting Club – very good. A couple dog-eared pages where some good quotes I liked. After 3/4 thru I finally saw the quote on front comparing it to Steel Magnolias, and I said “Oh No!”

  4. Karey – I just read today that there is a sequel, called Knit Two, that comes out later this month. Think I’ll see if I can get on the library list for it.


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