One of the biggest changes this past year is that I've become a fan of nonfiction. I used to dislike reading nonfiction (see this post), but this year I've found myself enjoying nonfiction just as much—if not more—than fiction. Read more about my reading reflections on 2019 and goals for 2020 here! 1. Bad Blood: … Continue reading 2019 in review: 3 Favorite True Crime books
Like a glorious, glittering unicorn riding out of the clouds and trailed by a stream of rainbow-colored butterflies, I discovered the magic grail.
The nonfiction audiobook.
Title: Blue Like Jazz Author: Donald Miller My rating: 3 / 5 Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir TL;DR: I didn't find the writing style sophisticated or completely enjoyable, but the perspective and ideas presented make this one worth the read. Expect to be challenged and prepare to ask yourself questions about your own version of faith. You get a strange mix … Continue reading Old book, new review: Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller