One of my online friends wrote this yesterday:
“The funny thing about being tagged in a “what are you reading” meme (as I was by Jamie Notter) is that I do much of my reading through audiobooks, so the book I’m currently reading doesn’t have a page number, although I could dig up the physical copy of the book if I looked around enough, that’s not true of most audiobooks I “read.” See, I have a long commute, and what makes it bearable is Fairfax County library’s extensive collection of CD audiobooks. Granted, I am an NPR fangirl (we’ve dug up the evidence from the 2004 archives and will migrate it here soon), but I love being read to.”
Read the rest here.
And then Helen tagged me, and a few other people to list what we’re reading.
You can see the blogs I’m reading over on the right-hand column.(And if I could figure out how to link it, I would…)
At the moment on my bedside table is a copy of “Barth for Armchair Theologians”.
On my Kindle right now I’m reading:
- “World Without End” by Ken Follet
- “Aegypt” by John Crowley
- “Copernicus’ Secret: How the Scientific Revolution Began” by Jack Repcheck
- “Founding Faith: Providence, Politics, and the Birth of Religious Freedom in America” by Steven Waldman
- “The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism” by Timothy Keller
- “The Other Boleyn Girl” by Philippa Gregory
Sounds much more impressive than it is. But I’m hoping to have the pile of them done by the end of May so that I can start piling up some summer reading.