Tuesday, January 8, 2013

My 2013 Reading List!

As any reader of my blog, friends and family can attest to, I love to read. There is something about a great book to lift your spirits, let your imagination flow, and teach you something you may not have realized you needed to learn. I love books!

Last year I managed to read over 250 books to review here on the blog. I know, crazy isn't it?

As much as I loved that (and still do) I found that I missed out on reading just for me. I read some pretty incredible books last year, so this year instead of going out and buying new or used books to add to my personal TBR (to-be-read) pile, I decided to create a challenge for myself and read one or two books a month of my personal favorites from last couple of years that I have been reviewing books on the blog.

So here is the list. Again, I have read all these, or will be in the next several weeks, but am now going to re-read them for me and really dig deep and allow God to teach me through these amazing authors. I will update you on on thoughts as the months go, and even post the links to the original reviews!

Without delay, here is the list:


1. A Confident Heart by Renee Swope

2. Anything by Jennie Allen


3. One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp

4. The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace


5. A Woman's Right To Rest by Denise George

6. Stress-Less Living by Tracie Miles


7. Multiply by Francis Chan

8. The Fitting Room by Kelly Minter


9. Captivating by Staci Eldridge

10. Grace by Max Lucado


11. Greater by Steven Furtick

12. A Still and Quiet Soul by Cathy Messecar


12. Grace for the Good Girl by Emily Freeman

13. No Other Gods by Kelly Minter


14. Praying Circles Around Your Children by Mark Batterson

15. Let.It.Go. by Karen Ehman


16. Not A Fan by Kyle Idleman

17. Empty Promises by Pete Wilson


18. Unfailing Love by Karol Ladd

19. Ministry of Motherhood by Sally Clarkson


20. A Wife After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George

21. A Mom After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George


22. Sacred Parenting by Gary Thomas

23. Seven by Jen Hatmaker

What books are you wanting to read this year? Let me know in the comments.

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