Reading List for 2014

I shared with you the Books I Read in 2013, so now I thought I’d share with you the books I’m hoping to read in 2014.

So far I’ve hit the ground running with this years reading knocking out

and
and am currently working through
 , and

For the rest of the year this is what I have to look forward to

There are probably a few more I’m hoping to get to this year, but for now I think this is a good start.

What’s on your list this year?

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  1. I read Dad is Fat this month and it was good but I'm also glad I borrowed it from the library because it's not exactly something I'd want to read again……I love Story of a Soul and Interior Castle though–and I'll probably have to read Interior Castle five more times before I really understand everything she's saying there! And you can never go wrong with a good old fashioned Jane Austen bender 🙂

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  2. I want to read Dad is Fat. I keep forgetting to check my library! It's been awhile since I've read a Jane Austen – I think I might need to revisit those. I'm also due for an Anne of Green Gables series reread… looks like my list is getting long already!

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  3. So many wonderful books here! I'm curious as to whether any of these are re-reads for you since several seem like ones you may have already read…

    Dad is Fat is on my list to listen to this year. Isn't Pope Awesome the best? Loved it! Also, Till We Have Faces is terrific. I read it in college, and then decided to base a whole project around it. Such a good one.

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