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January Books Read

As I wrote in a previous post, I have a goal of reading 108 books and/or literary essays this year. Besides the ongoing books I’m reading throughout the year (which were listed in that post), here is a list of books and essays read in January 2021:

  • Dear Ijeawele or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • Pray, Decide and Don’t Worry: Bobby & Jackie Angel with Mike Schmitz
  • In the School of the Holy Spirit: Jacques Philippe
  • Praying the Rosary Like Never Before: Edward Sri
  • We Should All Be Feminists: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  • Stitches: Anne Lamott
  • Intimations: Zadie Smith
  • The Naked Now: Richard Rohr
  • Turn My Mourning Into Dancing: Henri Nouwen
  • Liturgy of the Ordinary: Tish Harrison Warren
  • A Healing Space: Matt Licata
  • Seven Brief Lessons on Physics: Carlo Rovelli
  • On Likability: Lacy M. Johnson
  • Obituary for Dead Languages: Heather Altfeld

If you are interested in adding any of the books to your home library, please comment and we’ll connect offline. Every book I read and own is up for grabs, FREE, as part of my service to the world. Some of the books are audio which aren’t part of it, and the essays (the last two in this post) are part of a book with several essays. Any unclaimed books will be donated to the library or sold to the Paperback Exchange.

Cheers to reading more books!