While I may have daughters that have morphed into genuine bookworms, truth be told I am not a “big reader.” Shh, don’t’ tell anyone. It’s not uncommon for me to read a book recall the theme (Was it good? Was it just okay?) but not the title (or author). Thought I could help my pre-dementia mind by putting together a compilation of my favorite books that I’ve read. While television is becoming increasingly disappointing I plan to read more books this year.
Edie from Life in Grace suggested creating a yearly Reading List which I also plan to do soon. I’ve never thought of that before (and I do love a good list!). It would probably help kick my booty, mind and eye balls into high gear. To get things started for this wanna be bookworm, here are a few of my faves that I can recall.
Far Outside the Ordinary by Prissy Elrod (hello? My mom’s memoir which is due out in April ’14. A fantastic book even if it wasn’t about my life and all. Honest.)
The Life Application Study Bible (includes life application notes making it easy to understand and apply)
The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby (a great, easy to understand book when wanting to improve your digital photography skills)
Message In a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks (the book, not the movie folks- although the movie was good too. I think. Do I remember?)