My 2021 Reading - To Read

Week 9, Day 62 / 365 (16.99%)

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  • Where'd You Park Your Spaceship?: An Interplanetary Tale of Love, Loss, and Bread (WHERE'D YOU PARK YOUR SPACESHIP? Series)
    Rob Bell (556 pages)
  • The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work
    Scott Berkun (277 pages)
  • Out of Focus: My Story of Sexuality, Shame, and Toxic Evangelicalism
    Amber Cantorna-Wylde (225 pages)
  • I Didn't Do the Thing Today: Letting Go of Productivity Guilt
    Madeleine Dore (304 pages)
  • Gender: What Everyone Needs to Know┬«
    Laura Erickson-Schroth (208 pages)
  • Moving Past Marriage: Why We Should Ditch Marital Privilege, End Relationship-Status Discrimination, and Embrace Non-marital History
    Jaclyn Geller (373 pages)
  • Freaks, Gleeks, and Dawson's Creek: How Seven Teen Shows Transformed Television
    Thea Glassman (240 pages)
  • The Humans
    Matt Haig (304 pages)
  • The Woman They Wanted: Shattering the Illusion of the Good Christian Wife
    Shannon Harris (244 pages)
  • Found in Transition: A Mother's Evolution during Her Child's Gender Change
    Paria Hassouri (1 pages)
  • Adulting For Dummies
    Gencie Houy (320 pages)
  • Heretic: A Memoir
    Jeanna Kadlec (272 pages)
  • Up in the Air
    Walter Kirn (320 pages)
  • Present Over Perfect: Leaving Behind Frantic for a Simpler, More Soulful Way of Living
    Shauna Niequist (240 pages)
  • The Life and Loves of a He Devil
    Graham Norton (304 pages)
  • Democracy Awakening: Notes on the State of America
    Heather Cox Richardson (286 pages)
  • Jesus Land: A Memoir
    Julia Scheeres (384 pages)
  • Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea
    Charles Seife (248 pages)
  • The Woman in Me
    Britney Spears (277 pages)
  • You Look Tired: An Excruciatingly Honest Guide to New Parenthood
    Jenny True (224 pages)
  • Inverse Cowgirl
    Alicia Roth Weigel (227 pages)