pondering my role in a bigger story

Sunday, January 01, 2006

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


Blogger KIKI said...

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?

Monday, January 02, 2006 8:17:00 AM

Blogger Sherpani said...

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

Monday, January 09, 2006 9:34:00 AM


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