52 Books in 52 Weeks Challenge
I realized this week that I never posted for the 52 Books in 52 Weeks challenge last week. I did finish three books actually. This week, I haven't finished a book. I am still reading through book 4 of The Outlander series- The Drums of Autumn.
Last week, I read and reviewed In Constant Prayer by Robert Benson for BookSneeze. This was a very thought-provoking read that led me to make some changes in my prayer life.
I read and reviewed Judgment Day, a Christian mystery/suspense/thriller by Wanda L. Dyson.
I also read The Final Summit by Andy Andrews. I will post this review on April 11 for BookSneeze.
The challenge this week for the 52 Books in 52 Weeks post is to write a bit of poetry in any form in honor of National Poetry Month. I must admit that poetry is one of my least favorite genres, but I shall dabble in a bit of free verse in the style of e.e. cummings here:
oh poetry, oh poetry, why do you plague me so?
is there really meaning in your lines?
do you hold the key to the universe deep within your measured rhythms?
or are you simply a jumble of words on a page,
written to make me wonder at length
about what you really mean?
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