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Book club books and anything else I can find time to read!

The Easter Story by Brian Wildsmith. $11.00. Publication: January 1, 2000. Author: Brian Wildsmith. 32 pages. Publisher: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers; First edition (January 1, 2000)

Link to Wendell Berry's essay "Christianity and the Survival of Creation" from "Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community: Eight Essays"

Ransom by David Malouf. Well, he's my favourite author so I have not one bad word to say about him and if you were into Greek mythology as a child you will LOVE this now that you're an adult with a love for the poet's economy of language.

"Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism" by Natasha Walters. What I learned from this: If you think adolescent girls are heading in depressing directions in Australia, don't move to the UK.

Alain de Botton - love him or hate him, he writes simply about complicated things. And that makes me one of the ones that love him.

Born To Run by Christopher McDougall. A friend told me I'd love this because it was so well written. It wasn't, so I didn't but it was still worth the effort. Have I gone running since I read it? Not yet! I am disappointingly resistant to inspirational literature!

Finally read "Memoirs of a Geisha" by Arthur Golden. Beautifully written but ultimately depressing - what kind of happy ending can one imagine for a Geisha? Even when it has a happy ending...

"A Gospel Primer For Christians" - totally awesome stuff.

You probably should read this.

Waiting for me under the Christmas tree...

How have I gotten this far and never read Tim Keller?

Josh thinks I should read this but he won't lend it to me...

Can't wait to read this! Book club book for December 2012.

Book club book for November 2012.

Book club book for October 2012. Love a bit of Steinbeck.

Book club book for September 2012. I liked that "Year of Wonders". Up until the end. Which I passionately hated. See how this one goes...

Book club book for August 2012. My experience with "Kafka on The Shore" leaves me a little nervous about this one...