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Books to Read in 2014

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Read and listen to one thinker and you become a clone;
Read two and you become confused;
Read ten and you get your own voice;
Read a hundred and you start to become wise.
― Timothy Keller

I’m a bookworm at heart. Always and forever. (Perhaps also the reason I became an English major?) I believe that everyone should read widely, even books they disagree with, to learn and discover what the world believes and to develop their own beliefs. This post contains affiliate links, which means that when you make a purchase through the link provided, a small portion of your purchase goes to help support this blog, at no additional cost to you. Thanks for your support!

Do you have a reading list? Are any of the books below on yours, or have I missed any good ones? Let me know in the comments below!

Here’s my reading list for 2014. Have you read any of these books?

January Reads


Read my full review of A Call to Resurgence here.

February Reads


March Reads

When I tweeted Crystal to tell her that I was looking forward to reading her book, she surprised me by sending me a free copy. I was shocked by her generosity! As I started reading, though, I realized that her kind act indicated the kind of person and blogger she is–she’s a giver, not a taker, and she shows that in everything she does. If you’re not familiar with her site, check her out at Money Saving Mom.


I’m reading through the Bible in 4 months, so this is an ongoing (and well-worth it!) project, but once it’s done I’ll have more time for other books below. 🙂







Read my full review of Spiritual Misfit here (and check out the author video interview I did with her!).



You can read my full review of Raw Faith here.




Next on my reading list…



Wondering how in the world I have time to read all these books? Check out my post How to Read 5x More–Faster!

**Note: Listing these books means I really want to read them, but they may not be appropriate for all ages or audience. Please always be discerning when picking out reads, and check my reviews if I’ve listed any beside the titles. Also, I welcome discussion on these books’ topics. Have you read one of these books? What did you think of it? Tell me in the comments below.

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