May saw me slow down a little bit again on the reading. Life has a way of imposing itself. Mom and Dad Kornacki visited us in May, as did a friend of ours who just finished his studies and has become an intern in a hospital setting. I've been doing some research for a possible writing project--my fourth novel, this time in a different genre, anyone? And of course being a husband, father, pastor, friend, and all-around good guy (*wink*) tends to take some time. All that being said, I still did some good reading in May. I should hop the 100 book mark in June, even should I continue to do novel prep.
Without further ado...
- Apuzzo, Nick. Nine Hundred Nights. Self-Published Kindle edition, 2011.
- Pekkanen, Sarah. All Is Bright. Washington Square Press, 2010.
- Brown, Christopher Boyd. Singing the Gospel. The President and Fellows of Harvard College, 2005.
- Ragan, Theresa. Taming Mad Max. Self-Published Kindle edition, 2011.
- Vargas, Kimberly. Gumbeaux. Self-Published Kindle edition, 2011.
- McClure, Mark D. Her. Self-Published Kindle edition, 2013.
- Eads, Michael L. Leap Year at the Coffee Shop. Red San Publishing, 2011.
- Rosenberg, Joel. The Fire Duke. Keepers of the Hidden Ways, Book 1. Eos, 1996.
- James, Brooklyn. The Boots My Mother Gave Me. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2010.
- Brown, Carolyn. The Ladies’ Room. Montlake Romance, 2011.
- Cates, Georgia. Beauty from Pain. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2013.
- Gaiman, Neil. How to Talk to Girls at Parties. William Morrow, 2006.
- Burkhart, Stephanie. A Polish Heart. Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery, 2012.
- Bishop, Paul. Penalty Shot. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011.
- Duck, Julie Rieman. A Place in This Life. Self-Published Kindle Edition, 2011.
- Kurtz, Katherine. Camber of Culdi. Legends of Camber of Culdi, Book 1. Ballantine Books, 1976.