Books To Read In 2019: A Guide

A quick peek at the pile of books on my nightstand would tell you that I failed at completing a lot of my “To-read” list last year.

One of my goals in 2019 is to read at least 2 books a month. I know, this is kind of weak in comparison to some. However, as I look at my stack of unread books, this seems like a pretty good place to start.

Reading is really stinking good for the soul. It’s no secret that we live in a technological world. Doing some activity here and there that doesn’t involve a screen is super relaxing, highly recommend it.

Ok, enough chit-chat, now onto the list.

Reading two books a month would mean reading 24 books in 2019, I’m going to add a few and hope to read more than 2 a month as the year goes on!

SO, HERE ARE 30 BOOKS TO READ IN 2019:

  1. Falling Free by Shannan Martin

  2. Looking for Lovely by Annie F. Downs

  3. It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way by Lysa TerKeurst

  4. White Awake by Daniel Hill

  5. Preach to Yourself by Hayley Morgan

  6. Everybody Always by Bob Goff

  7. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

  8. Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

  9. Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

  10. Imperfect Courage by Jessica Honneger

  11. Bossypants by Tina Fey

  12. Yes Please by Amy Poehler

  13. Educated by Tara Westover

  14. Prayer by Timothy Keller

  15. Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

  16. Letters to the Church by Francis Chan

  17. When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper

  18. A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

  19. Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

  20. Crazy Love by Francis Chan

  21. The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

  22. Making Sense of God by Timothy Keller

  23. Uninvited by Lysa TerKeurst

  24. Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

  25. Becoming by Michelle Obama

  26. Body Love by Kelly LeVeque

  27. Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven

  28. Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? by Beverly Daniel Tatum

  29. The Next Right Thing by Emily Freeman

  30. Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret by Judy Blume

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