Over the past few weeks I’ve been looking back at what a fantastic year 2014 was for reading—for publishers in general, and for me as a reader.
Now I’m finally looking ahead to 2015, and holy smokes, there’s a great year ahead. In the coming months I’ll finally be able to get my hands on books I’ve been waiting years for.
This is nowhere close to an exhaustive list, but these are the books I can’t wait to read in 2015. These titles either just came out at the very end of 2014, or are scheduled to be published in 2015.
10 books I can’t wait to read in 2015
I love Shauna's writing, and each of her three books has been better than the one before. Niequist calls this collection her attempt at paying attention to the things that really matter, and to encourage you to do the same, with 365 daily devotions. Also included are 21 recipes (poppy seed cake, green chile strata, Thai beef salad) as a fun and tangible reminder to savor your life, where you are, as you are.More info →
I first heard the author describe this book at a speaking event over a year ago. I think her work is getting better as her voice matures and I'm very interested in this topic.More info →
This topic has been covered in many books in recent years, but rarely well. I have daughters, I work with young women, and I am crossing my fingers that this book does these issues justice.More info →
In 1933, a young child disappeared without a trace. In 2003, a disgraced young detective stumbles upon the cold case and soon discovers its ties to one of England's oldest and most celebrated mystery writer (think Agatha Christie). I absolutely loved reading a mystery novel about a mystery novelist: the pages are filled with fascinating references to the fictional author's writing process and working life.More info →
What are YOU looking forward to reading in 2015?