It would be amazingly neat if there was some huge-enormous-gigantic book database somewhere of listing all the books ever written/published. And as part of this huge dream database you could go through the titles, authors and genres checking off and storing all the books you had ever read. I think it would be interesting to see a list of all the books I’ve read. Even if such a database existed even holding a faction of the books it would take a lot of time to manage. Could imagine trying to search through all the titles.
Inspired by the above idea and because lists are fun, or so Matthew tells me, I am going to track the books I read during 2007. This isn’t a challenge or a race. Just a kind of experiment, "what do I read?" My hypothesis is that it will be mostly fiction, and a good chance that it will be fantasy. Though since starting at NHW I’ve been reading more Christian life, ministry resources, and spiritual developments books. So who knows. I will not set out to read just that and prove myself right. Books that were started in 2006 but were finished in 2007 will count on the list. So far:
1) Eragon –Christopher Paolini
2) Eldest –Christopher Paolini
Reading suggestions are welcome.
Here’s Jeff’s picture inspired by the beloved game pass the pigs. Makes me giggle and I have a sudden have an urge to throw farm animals. hee hee hee. More Cousin Art
I love my mummy. In high school we would have these long talks into the night. I like talking with my mom.