Books I’ve Been Meaning to Read
Any Day A Beautiful Change: A Story Of Faith And Family

Any Day A Beautiful Change: A Story Of Faith And Family

I know Katherine from the blogosphere and had the pleasure of meeting her in Chicago this fall. I’ve read the first few chapters and thoroughly enjoyed them, but I got tripped up on the formatting: I could only read it on my laptop, and I could only handle that for so long. More info →
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Chance or the Dance

Chance or the Dance

Very Smart People I admire have declared this to be the One Book Everyone Must Read. I bought it years ago; this year I’m actually going to read it. More info →
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On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction

On Writing Well: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction

(as represented by the Kindle in the above photo). I loved the first half of this guide and can’t remember why I didn’t bother to finish. I will this year. More info →
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Gift from the Sea

Gift from the Sea

$7.99$4.99Audiobook: 7.49 (Whispersync)

This one has been highly recommended to me by numerous readers with excellent taste, and I’ve checked it out of the library at least 4 times, only to return it unread. Not this year.

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Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

$12.99

This groundbreaking classic was downright scandalous in its day—and it hasn’t lost much of its shock value in the intervening 160+ years. Heathcliff is every bit as much the abominable scoundrel now as he was then, and the English moors are every bit as creepy. Read it once, and decide whether you love it or hate it. (And if you do both, you’re in good company.)

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