Thursday, September 15, 2016

September Reading List: Wattpad and Goodreads

I like to read different types of media, and I love to try out different platforms.
So I have accounts on both Wattpad and Goodreads.

For those who don't know, Wattpad is a platform for writers to share what they've written and create content for their readers. I posted the Italian version of the Coma short story I wrote two years ago because it is no longer available on the Giallo Milanese website. You can find the English version here on my blog.

I'm working on a new story and today I wrote 640 words.

Goodreads, on the other hand, lets you write reviews about books that you've read, and you can keep track of what you are reading - and what you would like to read in the future. As usual, I'm currently reading three different books: two paper books and a digital version on my phone. I also have another ebook on my tablet that I have barely started.

Here they are:
The Three Battlegrounds by Francis Frangipane
This year, I've read quite a bit on Christian subjects. This book is an eye-opener on spiritual warfare. I haven't finished it yet, but I am taking notes. It contains descriptions and explanations of biblical references that I had never understood until now.

Fervent by Priscilla Shirer
Another Christian book - this one is about prayer. I enjoy listening to the author speak (on YouTube) and I think these strategies will help me get more organized in my prayer time. I need to remember what I ask for so that I can tell when I have results.

Lancejack by Phillip Richards
I downloaded this from Readcheaply.com and I am enjoying it. It's a character-driven science fiction story about a war on a distant planet. I usually read this story on the bus going to work, so maybe I'll finish it before too long.

The Art of Work by Jeff Goins
I know I need to read this book, and I will. And when I do, the time will be right.
I keep up with this writer on his blog, and he follows me on Twitter. :-)

Check these books out on my Goodreads page, and let's be friends.
What are you reading today?

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