BOOKWORM

I’ve compiled this list of books that I remember reading within the last few years. An accurate list of ALL the book I’ve read will never be possible because I’ve been reading for 20 years. As I think of other books, I will add them to the list. This list doesn’t include the numerous self-help books I’ve read or homeschooling how-to books. I’ve also read many Christian non-fiction books. I’ve read many books by E. Raymond Capt and David Barton. I’ve read most of Danielle Steele’s early books and all the books by historical romance author Norah Hess.

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Reading in my most treasured hobby. I can get completely lost in a story. I love books about the early American frontier, mountain settlements of the 1800’s, and Civil War era novels. My sister has been trying to get me to branch out and try new genres. I realized that I have closed myself off to many great books because I was only reading Christian historical fiction. I am now reading and enjoying other types of books.

Here’s my plan. I want to start at the beginning of 2013 with a yearly reading list. I plan to record my yearly reading list just like my sister’s.

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Redeeming Love – Francine Rivers

Thirteen Moons – Charles Frazier

Cape Refuge – Terri Blackstock

Breaker’s Reef – Terri Blackstock

River’s Edge – Terri Blackstock

Candle in the Darkness – Lynn Austin

Fire By Night – Lynn Austin

Glory – Lori Copeland

Her Mother’s Hope – Francine Rivers

Her Daughter’s Dream – Francine Rivers

The Atonement Child – Francine Rivers

Black Heels to Tractor Wheels – Ree Drummond

The Unseen – T.L. Hines

Less Than Dead – Tim Downs

The Oath – Frank Peretti

The Visitation – Frank Peretti

The Prophet – Frank Peretti

Ends of the Earth – Tim Downs

Monster – Frank Peretti

The Martyr’s Song – Ted Dekker

The Slumber of Christianity – Ted Dekker

Head Game – Tim Downs

Deadline – Randy Alcorn

The Bishop’s Daughter – Wanda Brunstetter

The Storekeeper’s Daughter – Wanda Brunstetter

The Quilter’s Daughter – Wanda Brunstetter

To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee

Water For Elephants – Sara Gruen

Twilight – Stephanie Meyer

New Moon – Stephanie Meyer

Eclipse – Stephanie Meyer

Breaking Dawn – Stephanie Meyer

The Host – Stephanie Meyer

Hannah’s Hope – Karen Kingsbury

The Choice – Nicholas Sparks

Plague Maker – Tim Downs

The Giver – Lois Lowry

Starry Montana Sky – Debra Holland

The Shepard’s Voice – Robin Lee Hatcher

Kiss – Ted Dekker

Montana Dawn – Caroline Fyffe

Angel on Board – EJ Thornton

One Second After – William R. Forstchen

Wild Montana Sky – Debra Holland

The Struggle – Wanda Brunstetter

The Healing – Wanda Brunstetter

The Journey – Wanda Brunstetter

A Merry Heart – Wanda Brunstetter

Looking for a Miracle – Wanda Brunstetter

Have a Little Faith – Wanda Brunstetter

Five People You Meet in Heaven – Mitch Albom

The Shack – William Young

Plain and Fancy – Wanda Brunstetter

The Hope Chest – Wanda Brunstetter

Nick of Time – Tim Downs

Shoo Fly Pie – Tim Downs

Chop Shop – Tim Downs

Wonders Never Cease – Tim Downs

First the Dead – Tim Downs

Head Game – Tim Downs

Beautiful Woman – Anne Ortlund

Redemption – Karen Kingsbury

Remember – Karen Kingsbury

Return – Karen Kingsbury

Rejoice – Karen Kingsbury

Reunion – Karen Kingsbury

Deadfall – Robert Liparulo

Life As We Knew It – Susan Beth Pfeffer

The Covenant – Beverly Lewis

The Betrayal – Beverly Lewis

The Sacrifice – Beverly Lewis

The Revelation – Beverly Lewis

Texas Twilight – Caroline Fyffe

Where the Wind Blows – Caroline Fyffe

The Lucky One – Nicholas Sparks

At First Sight – Nicholas Sparks

Nights in Rodanthe – Nicholas Sparks

The Scarlet Thread – Francine Rivers

And the Shofar Blew – Francine Rivers

The Shoe Box – Francine Rivers

The Overton Window – Glenn Beck

Divergent – Vernonia Roth

Heaven is for Real – Todd Burpo

The Shack – William Young.

90 Minutes in Heaven – Don Piper

Unwilling Warrior: Seasons of Redemption Book 1

Same Kind of Different As Me – Ron Hall and Denver Moore

Nights in Rodanthe – Nicholas Sparks

Unwilling Warrior – Andrea Boeshaar

2013 Book List

Christmas Roses – Amanda Cabot

Safe Haven – Nicholas Sparks

The Devil in Pew Number 7 – Rebecca Nichols Alonzo

To Whisper Her Name – Tamara Alexander

A Walk to Remember – Nicholas Sparks

The Kitchen House – Kathleen Grissom

The Guardian – Nicholas Sparks

Every Bush is Burning – Brandon Clements

The Boston Rob Rulebook – Boston Rob Mariano

Angelfall – Susan Ee

The Mountain Between Us – Charles Martin

The Good Earth – Pearl Buck

Angels Watching Over Us (Shenendoah Sisters Series) – Michael Phillips

My Name is Memory – Ann Brashares

Storm Clouds Rolling In – Ginny Dye

When Mockingbirds Sing – Billy Coffey

Demon: A Memoire – Tosca Lee

The Art of Hearing Heartbeats – Jan-Philipp Sendker

Illusion – Frank Peretti

The Outcast – Jolina Petersheim

The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh

The Longest Ride – Nicholas Sparks

He Chose the Nails – Max Lucado

As a Man Thinketh – James Allen

Above and Beyond: A Novel of the Civil War – Jessica James

2014 Book List

The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood

Orphan Train – Christina Baker Kline

Flight to Heaven – Capt. Dale Black

All Things New – Lynn Austin

Grace Happens Here – Max Lucado

Hidden Places – Lynn Austin

Woman of Courage – Wanda Brunstetter

The Proud and the Free – Janet Dailey

The Fault in Our Stars – John Green

The Best Of Me – Nicholas Sparks

2017 Book List

The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins

Siddartha – Herman Hesse

 

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3 Responses to BOOKWORM

  1. I want you to know that I have somehow been overlooking this page for a long time. I just really read through it today. I positively love it.

    I love my BOOKS page. I love updating it, I love having it, I love the way it looks. You’re going to love your BOOKWORM page too.
    I’ve been doing some updating to my BOOKS page. I’m not done yet, but I have made changes already.

  2. rmprudolph says:

    I’m so excited about this page. I think having this page to update will encourage me to read more. I found a couple other books I need to add.

  3. I have been jumping back and forth between my book page, your book page, and Clays book page….just admiring their beauty. 🙂 I love all our book pages!

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