Reading List

I am a lover of books. It's a passion of mine to spend hours and hours cuddled up in a cozy blanket reading on  my bed. It's such a relaxing and enjoyable time! I have had so many reading lists that have gone unfinished that I have lost track. It's not that I don't want to read the endless mass of books that I have planned for myself to read, it's just that I can never find the time. And now that I have college, it's going to be an even harder struggle to read the books that I want to read without fretting over my school work and stuff like that.


I've made myself a new list of books to read because all the lists prior to this one were outdated and contained a lot of books for younger kids. I've ramped up the volume, considering I am no longer a little kid, and am going to try to read a book every two months (if possible). I have promised myself to only read one book at a time--I seem to get involved in reading two or three books at a time, which can become stressful. 


Here's my reading list for the rest of this year, next year and the years ahead. Not that I'm planning on finishing this list anytime soon. But I'd like to get it done before I get married and have kids. :)


I am a lover of books. It's a passion of mine to spend hours and hours cuddled up in a cozy blanket reading on my bed. It's such a relaxing and enjoyable time! I have had so many reading lists that have gone unfinished that I have lost track. It's not that I don't want to read the endless mass of books that I have planned for myself to read, it's just that I can never find the time. And now that I have college, it's going to be an even harder struggle to read the books that I want to read without fretting over my school work and stuff like that.
I've made myself a new list of books to read because all the lists prior to this one were outdated and contained a lot of books for younger kids. I've ramped up the volume, considering I am no longer a little kid, and am going to try to read a book every two months (if possible). I have promised myself to only read one book at a time--I seem to get involved in reading two or three books at a time, which can become stressful.
Here's my reading list for the rest of this year, next year and the years ahead. Not that I'm planning on finishing this list anytime soon. But I'd like to get it done before I get married and have kids. :)


1. When God Writes You Love Story (Expanded Addition) - The Ultimate guide to guy/girl relationships by Eric and Leslie Ludy
2. Dating Mr. Darcy: The Smart Girl's Guide to Sensible Romance by Sarah Arthur
3. The Christian Lady's Dating Constitution: A Memorandum Addressed To Christian Teens, Their Parents And Young Adults by Jessica Martin
4. Your Single Treasure: The Good News About Singles And Sexuality by Rick Stedman
5. Wait For Me Study Guide: Discover the Power of Purity By Rebecca St. James
6.If You Really Love Me: 100 Questions on Dating, Relationships, and Sexual Purity by Jason Evert
7. Teen Virtue By Courtney Vicky
8. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
9. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
10. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
11. Emma by Jane Austen
12. Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
13. 1776 by David McCullough
14. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
15. Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier
16. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
17. The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks
18. Dear John by Nicolas Sparks
19. Drummer in the Dark by T. Davis Bunn
20. A Summer of Kings by Han Nolan
21. Code Talker by Joseph Bruchac
22. The Silent Governess by Julie Klassen
23. Mr. Malcolm's List by Suzanne Allain
24. Queen in Exile by Donna Hatch
25. The Weaver Takes a Wife by Sheri Cobb South
26. The Stranger She Married by Donna Hatch
27. John Adams by David McCullough
28. Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
29. Letters to Juliet by Lise Friedman/Ceil Friedman
30. Of Knights and Fair Maidens by Jeff and Danielle Myers

Comments

  1. Great and interesting list!

    blessings on your reading!
    Katherine

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  2. I don't think I have read any of those books! *gasp!* I will have to read some of them soon, especially Nicholas Sparks. I've heard so much good stuff about him.

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  3. I would suggest: before you meet prince charming by Sarah Mally
    she has great info on dating

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  4. Oh, Number 1 on your list is an amazing read! And I also want to read some of those other ones too.

    I would recommend, "Pure" by Rebecca St. James, if you haven't already read it.

    Sweet [reading] blessings to ya!
    ~Amber

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