December was a low(er) month for numbers of 26 books but 7,828 pages (or the equivalent) is nothing to sneeze at, and an average rating of 4 stars is likely my best yet!
I’m trying to not complain about how little I write (something new, I know)—but man…I did a bad job this month. But I really liked a couple of my posts more than I usually do, so there’s that. Still, I’ve got to work on my planning so I can not fall so behind.
But that’s for another day. Here’s what happened here in December.
Nothing! Wrapped it all up without time to start anything new.
- Fletch, Too (Audiobook) by Gregory McDonald, Dan John Miller: Fletch’s Ski Trip to Nairobi
- Catch-Up Quick Takes: Best. State. Ever.; Live Right and Find Happiness; You Can Date Boys When You’re Forty (Audiobooks) by Dave Barry, Dick Hill
- Friends: A Cultural History by Jennifer C. Dunn: The One Where I Liked 2/3 of a Book.
- Not-So-Common People by T Gamache: Family disasters bring out the best in this protagonist
- Blue Moon by Lee Child: A Very Timely Novel Puts Reacher in One of the Most Dangerous Positions He’s Been In
- What the Dog Knows Young Readers Edition by Cat Warren, Patricia J. Wynne: A MG Version of Great Book about Man’s Best Friend
- Hacked by Duncan MacMaster: A Smart, Fun Sequel that Topped the One that Went Before
- Leo & The Lightning Dragons by Gill White, Gilli B: An Adorable Book about a Very Brave Knight
- Food: A Love Story by Jim Gaffigan (Audiobook): Gaffigan’s Tribute to the Topic that Defines his Comedy
- 46% Better Than Dave by Alastair Puddick: Dave meets a better version of himself
- Quick Takes: God, You, & Sexby David White; Entering God’s Rest by Ken Golden; Redemptive Reversals by G. K. Beale; Grace and Glory by Geerhardus Vos
- When We Were Vikings by Andrew David MacDonald: A Contemporary Legend in the Making
- The Art of War by Sun Tzu, James Trapp (Translator): A Classic that Easily Demonstrates Its Classification As One
- The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle: A Beautifully Written Fairy Tale that Really Didn’t Do Anything For Me
- Reformed Dogmatics (5 vols.) by Geerhardus Vos, Richard B. Gaffin Jr.: A Twentieth-Century Classic for Heart and Mind Alike
- Look Alive Twenty-Five by Janet Evanovich: A local rock star with ambition, a shoplifter, and a mysterious deli fill Stephanie Plum’s 25th novel.
- Twenty-one Thoughts About Twenty-one Truths About Love by Matthew Dicks
Physical Books: 2 Added, 7 Read, 27 Remaining
E-Books: 4 Added, 2 Read, 28 Remaining
Audiobooks: 2 Added, 2 Read, 1 Remaining
2019 Library Love Challenge
While I Was Reading 2019 Challenge
#LetsReadIndie Reading Challenge
2019 Cloak & Dagger Challenge
Humor Reading Challenge 2019
2019 Cloud of Witnesses Reading Challenge
How was your month?