25 Books to Read in 2016

Here are some of the books I’d love to read in 2016:

Christian Living / Self-Improvement

Humble, Hungry, Hustle by Brad Lomenick and Mark Burnett

Live Uncaged by Mary DeMuth

Never Ever Be the Same by Kathy Collard Miller

The Best Yes by Lysa TerKeurst

The Life Ready Woman by Shaunti Feldhahn

When They Turn Away by Rob Reinow

Fitness-Related

Fit for Life by Kimberley Payne

The Busy Woman’s Guide to Total Fitness by Laurette Willis

The Power of Positive Fitness by John M. Rowley

What’s Age Got to Do with It? by Robin McGraw

Writing-Related

Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott

List Building for Authors by D’vorah Lansky

Pen on Fire by Barbara DeMarco-Barrett

The First 50 Pages by Jeff Gerke

Woe is I by Patricia T. O’Conner

Writing Success by Karen Ball and Erin Taylor Young (and other authors)

Pregnancy and Childbirth

Redeeming Childbirth by Angie Tolpin and Ann Dunagan

The Christian Mama’s Guide to Having a Baby by  Erin MacPherson

Fiction

Without Proof by Janet Sketchley (100% complete … except the bonus material)

The Language of Sparrows by Rachel Phifer (58% complete)

A.D. 30 by Ted Dekker

Hive by Rachel Starr Thomson (I’ve read this book before, but I’d like to re-read it so I can get a “running start” at the series.)

The End Begins by Sara Davison

Sandra Orchard’s new novel, coming in the spring

The Things We Knew, Cathy West’s new novel, coming in the summer

What’s on your TBR pile this year?

9 thoughts on “25 Books to Read in 2016

  1. Wow, Stephanie… I’m not surprised by your list, I’m just surprised you took time to write them all down! My to-reads are scattered, some in my room, some on my Kobo app, and more on my Kindle app.

  2. Pingback: What's on Your To Be Read Pile? | Janet Sketchley

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