Sunday, January 1, 2012

2011 in Review.

On New Year's Eve, we have two lines we can take; either make resolutions which will be broken in less than a month, or take a look at the past year to see what, if anything we've done.

I can't honestly say I've accomplished much in the blogosphere. With 133 posts, this year has produced the fewest number of posts since I started this blog.

I have managed to do quite a bit of reading if not writing. Most of the books I've read this year have been on the Kindle. Thankfully, I can get more books than I can read from Project Gutenberg.

The following list are the books I've finished this year; it doesn't include the few I've started but never finished.

Excellence of the Rosary,
by M. J. Frings

The True Story of Fatima,
by Father John de Marchi, I.M.C,

My Bondage and My Freedom,
by Frederick Douglass

The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass,
by Frederick Douglass

A Study In Scarlet,
by Arthur Conan Doyle

by Knut Hamsun

She Drives Me Crazy,
by Celia Rivenbark.

If Protestantism is True,
by Devin Rose

by Mary Shelly

Uncle Tom's Cabin,
by Harriet Beecher Stowe

The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus,
by Teresa of Avila

The Story of a Soul,
by St. Therese of Lisieux

Imitation of Christ,
by Thomas à Kempis

The Admirable Secret of the Rosary,
by St Louis de Montfort

The Relaxation Response,
by Hebert Benson M.D.

Jesus of Nazareth,
by Pope Benedict XVI

Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week: From the Entrance Into Jerusalem To The Resurrection,
by Pope Benedict XVI

John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father,
by Peggy Noonan

Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life,
by Charles J. Chaput

Light of the World: The Pope, The Church and The Signs Of The Times,
by Peter Seewald, Pope Benedict XVI

Tarzan of the Apes,
By Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Sign of the Four,
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

1 comment:

Dominique Gerald Cimafranca said...

Quite an impressive list, Bob. I haven't been able to read as much. Happy New Year! All the best to the family.