Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Reading on the bus

I've been riding the bus to work, which takes an hour and two busses each way. I suddenly realized after a week that I ought to spend my time on the bus productively and get some reading done. And then last week I decided it would be interesting to track what I'm reading as well.

So to start the record, last month's bus reading (in chronological order) was:

  1. The God Who Is There by Francis Schaeffer

  2. He Is There and He is Not Silent by Francis Schaeffer

  3. Why We Act Like Canadians by Pierre Berton

  4. Holes by Louis Sachar

  5. The Te of Piglet by Benjamin Hoff

I am now reading The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

I'm interested to see what I get read in a year, so I'll try and keep this updated.


Josh Nixon said...

I'm jealous of your bus ride... opportunities to read aren't as forthcoming as they once were.

Ames said...

Good on ya.

You should take up knitting, too. Hmmm. . .maybe I should take up riding the bus. . .

Daryl said...

Hey there - its funny, but I've always wanted to keep track of the books I've read for a year too, just never did it. Will you be posting any reviews of any of the books also ?

Shan said...

Yeah Ox, post reviews.

I read The Fountainhead this year too - we should talk about it when you get here for Ecksmas.

Gwen said...