I really didn’t think I’d get too much read this week, but as you will see from the list below I have been able to read a fair bit.
I was able to get The Hunger Games trilogy completed, which is good given the DVD of the first movie will be out in a week or so here in Australia. I haven’t seen the movie yet, so getting the books read prior to the movie was something I wanted to do.
This coming week I’d like to get a few more books read – I’ll see how I go.
Social Networks, Web Applications & Other Tools
Not a lot done on social networks or web applications this week. I have added a few books to Goodreads, that is about all really.
Currently, I am reading the following books:
– Discipline of Grace, by Jerry Bridges
I’m hoping to actually make some good progress on this book today and tomorrow. I read it once or twice before, but not in a while. Looking forward to getting into it. Jerry Bridges is usually very good to read.
– Collapse, by Richard Stephenson
I’m just over halfway through this one, but it is a fairly long novel so it will take another day or two to complete at least.
This week I have been able to read the following books:
– Phantoms on the Bookshelves, by Jacques Bonnet
I completed this book very early in the week and have written a review which can be found via the link below. Probably only really appeal to those of us who are really into books and have a library of our own. I quite enjoyed the read.
– Killing Calvinism: How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside, by Greg Dutcher
This was a great book and one I should read on a regular basis – perhaps once a year. A very challenging book, with many lessons for the church today (thinking of reformed churches).
– Catching Fire: The Hunger Games Books 2, by Suzanne Collins
I haven’t as of yet wrote a review on this one – will do soon hopefully.
– Mockingjay: The Hunger Games Book 3, by Suzanne Collins
I haven’t as of yet wrote a review on this one – will do so soon hopefully.
Purchased & Added to Library:
I again grabbed a heap of free ebooks from Amazon. These are all of the books I’ve posted on my Blog ‘The Book Stand,’ so all posted there I also downloaded for myself. I’ll certainly have more books than I can ever read that’s for sure, but certainly never wanting for choice. No harm in grabbing them while there free and in digital format – if I don’t read them all, what does it matter? At least I’ll have them if I want to read them.
Among the books I actually purchased this week:
– The Hunger Games – Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins
– The Hunger Games – Mockingjay, by Suzanne Collins
– In Christ Alone – Living the Gospel Centered Life, by Sinclair Ferguson
– Set Apart – Calling a Worldly Church to a Godly Life, by Kent R. Hughes