I don't deserve a Kindle
For some reason I really want a Kindle. However, I don't deserve one. I NEVER finish a book. I just am not a big reader -- or even a little reader. I'm more of a once in a blue moon when the spirit hits me reader. And a lot of times, that spirit doesn't last me through a whole book.
Here is what I am "currently reading" --
(as in, have picked up over the past few years & haven't finished but have good intentions to one day complete):
Song of Solomon, Toni Morrison
Let me be a Woman, Elisabeth Elliot
Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini
Her Fearful Symmetry, Audrey Niffenegger
Kisses from Katie, Katie Davis
3 Cups of Tea, Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin
Heaven is for Real, Todd Burpo
Shadow of the Almighty, Jim Elliot
A Praying Life, Paul E. Miller
Books I've "recently finished"--
(as in, devoured whole by some crazy aligning of the universe in the last year or two. obviously "recently" is completely relative)
Same Kind of Different as Me, Ron Hall & Denver Moore
The Noticer, Andy Andrews
The Time Travelers Wife, Audrey Niffenegger
Hunger Games 1, 2, & 3(duh), Suzanne Collins
So why do I want a kindle? The same reason I keep buying new books.... which is... well I just don't know. I like the idea of books. I like the idea of reading. I like the idea that one day I'll have the time and space (I like reading most when my house is really clean... and well -- it is never really clean) to read. Here's hoping...
p.s. though you might not take the advice of such a lackadaisical reader, incase you might be wondering -- my most favorite book ever is Evidence Not Seen, by Darleen Diebler Rose.