Autobiography Books

Don’t Cry For Me, Readers. The Truth Is, I’ve Got Work To Do

For those of you who may be wondering where I’ve been — the semester started at the beginning of last week, and now I’m deep into many books and assignments. So although life hasn’t stopped, I haven’t found much time to blog in the past week. I’ll try to post some thoughts from time to time, but since I’m not particularly interested at this moment in building a large and faithful readership (which requires regular blogging 4-6 times a week, so I’m told), I’ll just let you know that I’ve got a lot of work to do.

If you’re interested in what I’m reading at the moment, there is a sidebar on the right that shows what I’m working on. If you click on the “My Library” link, you can see all of the books I own, which I’ve sorted into “Owned and Read,” “Owned and Not Read,” “Reference,” and “Reading Now.” Since many of my books are currently in boxes or not readily available, I thought that it would be useful to keep track of them online until I can live in a permanent location with bookshelves.

By Elliot

Elliot was born in Michigan and raised in North Carolina. He has studied at Regent College and the University of Richmond, worked at newspapers in St. Petersburg and Los Angeles, taught ESL in eastern Europe, given tours in Alaska, and driven a school bus. Now he lives in western Washington and works as an editor at Lexham Press, the publishing arm of Faithlife Corporation.