Books read in 2020

So few books this year! Why? COVID? No. Rather, I’ve shifted gears almost entirely to making music, at least for now. Instead of reading, I wrote, recorded, produced, and released two full albums of original music. I will likely post some more about that later.

The Inklings, Humphrey Carpenter (2nd time)
Keep Going, Austin Kleon (twice)
Purgatorio, Dante, Dorothy Sayers translation and notes (twice)
The War of Art, Steven Pressfield (2nd time)
Blessed are the Misfits, Brant Hansen
Holy Island: A Lenten Pilgrimage to Lindisfarne, James W. Kennedy
Paul for Everyone: Romans, N.T. Wright
Who Will Deliver Us?, Paul Zahl (3rd time)
A Canticle for Leibowitz, Walter Miller