Books I finished July – December 2017

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Ah, a good book and a matcha latte in Ginger and Co in Shrewsbury – heaven!

So, I slipped horrendously behind with my reading round-ups last year but hey, new year, new start and all! I’m just going to do a straight list of everything from the, ahem, second half of last year and start afresh with January.

The good news is, despite my bad habit of starting books and never finishing them*, I actually beat my Goodreads reading challenge goal of 25 books by one. This year I’ve set my goal at 30 and I know I’m going to do it.

*I don’t mean stopping books I’m not enjoying – I have NO problem doing that! – but I get distracted by ooh all the shiny new books and just keeping starting new ones. I’m really going to try to persevere a bit more this year and just keep adding to the dreaded TBR list instead!

Without further ado, here’s what I finished between July and December 2017.

July

Letters from a Skeptic: A Son Wrestles with His Father’s Questions about Christianity – Gregory A Boyd and Edward K Boyd

The Chalk Pit – Elly Griffiths

Dark Matter – Blake Crouch

August

Passages: How Reading the Bible in a Year will Change Everything for You – Brian Hardin

September

I Think It’s God Calling – Katy Magdalene Price

No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline Without Shame – Janet Lansbury

Digitox: How to Find A Healthy Balance for your Family’s Digital Diet – Mark Ellis

October

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: How to be Calm in a Busy World – Haemin Sunim

November

The Outrun – Amy Liptrot (I LOVED this)

Apple Tree Yard – Louise Doughty

Hurrah for Gin: A book for perfectly imperfect parents – Katie Kirby

December

All of a Winter’s Night – Phil Rickman

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