Reading list – 2014

I feel like posting this dooms me to never read these at all. Perhaps it’s because four or five of them are ones I’m currently reading that easily should have been finished last year.

Here’s a post about two books I actually did finish last year. Yay! #livinginthepast

Okay. Reading is one of my goals for this year. So here’s the list as it stands right now:

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What Jesus Demands From the World, John Piper

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The Hidden Art of Homemaking, Edith Schaeffer

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Robert Frost’s Poems

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The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr

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The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald

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The Well-Trained Mind, Susan Wise Bauer

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Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God, Noel Piper

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Shepherding a Child’s Heart, Tedd Tripp

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Give Them Grace, Elyse M. Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson

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True Companion, Nancy Wilson

And… that’s about the list for now. If you look at my goals, you’ll see that I want to read twelve books this year. This list is only ten because I know there will be books that I discover throughout the year. I’ll try to update the list as that happens; maybe mention it on facebook so you can stay up to date. = )

A few more comments about the list:

Yes, unfortunately, the first five on the list are ones that I am in the middle of. When did I pick up that habit of reading four books at a time? How do you read? One by one? A few at a time? I obviously need help! Oh dear, I don’t think I read Gatsby at all last year; it is way overdue.

Shepherding a Child’s Heart, I have read most of that before; but I think I’m much more in the stage of life to need and use it now.

Give Them Grace piques my curiosity. I’ve heard good and bad; so it’s time to find for myself. = )

The Well-trained Mind and Faithful Women and Their Extrordinary God were both gifts from friends. I really wanted to start them, but was already so far behind. = / This is the year!

I really want to read True Companion! Need to put it in the amazon cart and hope my husband buys it along with his seminary books. = )

Oh dear, so excited! Can I just be honest with you and say it is so hard to forego that iPad at night and just pick up a book?! I frustrate myself. Once again, this is the year. Oh yeah, and if you even read the first few chapters of The Shallows it will help with the whole technology thing. For a few weeks at least. = )

I think I will try to finish The Hidden Art of Homemaking by the end of January. I’m close to done; and it is so inspiring.

I’d love to hear from you! What are you reading this year?