After I picked my books for August, I realized I may have gotten in too deep- emotional I mean. Not a novel to be found. Oh well. It should be a nice contrast to the lazy days of summer.
Here's what I picked:
- The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell- In a continued effort of making better habits, I thought this would be a good read.
- The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch- I know this is going to be a teary book, but I've been wanting to read it. Also, does anyone else have this thing where they won't read a book when it's popular? I don't know what that's about.
- Unafraid by Susie Davis- New from last month. Sounds interesting. In a world that seems to be continually spiraling into more and more despair, I thought it'd be good to shore my faith up a little.
- Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott- Also new from last month. I'm just really excited to finally read Anne Lamott. Sometimes I wonder what takes me so long to give an author a try.