what I read in 2015

It was a disappointing reading year for me. But I enjoyed knitting. 🙂 I plan to be more intentional in my reading in 2016.


~ About a Boy – Nick Hornby
~ The Overlook – Michael Connelly
~ What Did You Expect? Redeeming the Realities of Marriage – Paul David Tripp
~ Stop Walking on Eggshells – Paul T. Mason, Randi Kreger
~ Everyday Prayers: 365 Days to a Gospel-Centered Faith – Scotty Smith
~ Caught Off Guard: Encounters With the Unexpected God – William P. Smith


~ Be Careful What You Wish For (Clifton Chronicles Book 4) – Jeffrey Archer
~ The Thorn Birds – Colleen McCullough
~ Misery – Stephen King


~ Knowing God By Name: A Personal Encounter – Mary Kassian
~ The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins


~ A Man Called Ove: A Novel – Fredrik Backman
~ I’m Too Young For This!: The Natural Hormone Solution to Enjoy Perimenopause – Suzanne Somers
~ The Dogs of Rome – Conor Fitzgerald


~ It Starts With Food: Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life In Unexpected Ways – Melissa Hartwig and Dallas Hartwig


~ Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn
~ Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead – Brené Brown
~ Shame Interrupted: How God Lifts the Pain of Worthlessness and Rejection – Ed Welch

…reading, reading, reading…


~ Happiness Is A Serious Problem – Dennis Prager
~ Let’s Study Ephesians – Sinclair B. Ferguson
~ Blood Work – Michael Connelly (Audible)


~ The Storm Inside: Trade the Chaos of How You Feel for the Truth of Who You Are – Sheila Walsh



~ Gray Mountain: A Novel – John Grisham
~ Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning – Nancy Pearcey


~ Naked Economics – Charles Wheelman
~ Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves – Trillia Newbell

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2 thoughts on “what I read in 2015

  1. I’m reading my first-ever Marilyn Robinson — Gilead. Just fifty pages in and I can’t say “love it.” I will finish it because I started it and hope I learn to love it. 🙂 Also listening to the audiobook Known and Unknown (Rumsfeld). I am growing more respectful of that man each day.

    I’m planning on more intentional from-my-shelves reading this year and would love for you or any of your readers to join us in seasonal challenges. We also have a private FB discussion group too. 🙂

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