The Cloudspotter’s Guide, by Gavin Pretor-Pinney
How to Talk to Anyone, by Leil Lowndes
The Case for Faith, by Lee Strobel
Roadcraft: the Police Driver’s Manual
Is God to Blame?, by Gregory Boyd
The Baby Whisperer Solves all your Problems, by Tracy Hogg
The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, by Baigent, Lee and Lincoln
From Birth to Five from the NHS.

Who can guess what this mixed bag of books has in common? I knew I had several books unfinished, but when I actually took the time to sort out the pile by my bedside even I was surprised to find this many. Several of them I’m more than half-way through. Some have lain untouched for months. A couple are barely started. There there are a good few more around the house that are as yet unopened. Oh, and with a ten-week-old baby in the house Saturday’s Guardian now takes me all week to get through.

My point? When the heck am I supposed to find time to read the Bible?


One thought on “Books

  1. Alli

    You can just stash all of the books around the house and then next time you’re holding the baby and he falls asleep, you will have another book nearby to get through!

    Are you going to get through the Bible? My oldest son and I read it aloud and it took us over a year. I swear most of that was spent trying to pronounce things out of the Old Test.!!! 🙂


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