Since I'll be writing a book the first few months of the year, time for recreational reading might be slim. But that won't stop me from trying to squeeze in a few books for fun.
Since I'll be reading and researching plenty of spirituality and theology and biblical studies, I figure that my reading list for this first part of the year needs to be a little lighter.
I'll need ways to escape and give my mind a break, rather than pile on.
So with all that in mind, here's my plan between now and summer:
- Teach Me How to Die by Joseph Rauch
- Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
- Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
- Praying Drunk by Kyle Minor
- Drops Like Stars by Rob Bell
- A Sketch and a Prayer by Mike Wurman
A lot of novels and some other stuff, basically.
What are you planning to read in 2020?
Here are a few suggestions if you need some.