Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Read All About It...

So...one of my New Year's Goals is to read more books this year. I feel that since graduating from college I have kind of slacked on keeping up with learning,and I know I should keep up with it. So anywho...here's the list for 2010...and do let me know if you have any other suggestions.

over to Barnes and Noble

I am almost finished with this one...it's really good, and I can't wait to see the movie!



This will actually be my second attempt at reading this book, but it was a challenge by my Stake President so I'm giving it another go...



This man is a economical genius...loving it so far...
(not sure why there is a blue dot on his eye)



Honestly, it's been a while for this one...



One of my all-time favorite authors (Work & the Glory), his books are seriously addicting...



(for my new teaching calling in church)



Yes, I know, I'm strange...
(but not as strange as the people in this book, let me tell ya...)

5 comments:

Ashley Webb said...

"The Book of Mormon" and "The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers." Yea, that sounds about right...

You should add "A Thousand Splendid Suns." Loved it.

Oh, and I read "Lovely Bones" too. Not my favorite, if we're being honest. Interesting though, I'll give you that.

Let me know how "The Undaunted" is. Wanted it for Christmas, but no dice. :(

Ashley Webb said...

P.S. Was "Arguing With Idiots" recommended by a certain family member who shall remain nameless? (Brendan). I'm still working on that one, but yes, genius...

brittany said...

yes...Brendan owns it, and I am borrowing it, but actually I was the one who wanted to read it.

Chris, Michelle, and the girls said...

I was with you when you bought "The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers!" I for sure need to put Jesus the Christ on there. And believe it or not, for all the books I've read, I've never even finished the first Work and the Glory. I know-- where have I been? Good for you with the reading, Britt!

Chris, Michelle, and the girls said...

I was with you when you bought "The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers!" I for sure need to put Jesus the Christ on there. And believe it or not, for all the books I've read, I've never even finished the first Work and the Glory. I know-- where have I been? Good for you with the reading, Britt!