2017 reading list

Thursday, January 26, 2017
 One of my new year resolutions this year is to read more books. I read more last year than I ever have and I was surprised at how much I loved it! So for the year 2017, I am going to try my best to read at least one book every two weeks. Hopefully next year I will be able to read one every week! Below I listed 26 books that have really caught my eye that I plan on reading this year. Let me know if you have read any of them and how you liked them!

1.  The life changing magic of tidying up - Kondo
2. The girl on the train - Paula Hawkins
3. Will grayson Will grayson - John Green
4. First things first - Steven Covey
5. She reads truth - Myers and Williams
6. Shaken - Tim Tebow
7. The Broken Way - Ann Voskamp
8. Girl Boss - Sophia Amoruso
9. Present over perfect - Shauna Niequist
10. Looking for lovely - Annie Downs
11. People over profit - Dale Partridge
12. Unglued - Lysa Terkeurst
13. The problem of pain - C.S. Lewis
14. The reason for God - Timothy Keller
15. See me - Nicholas Sparks
16. The power of habit - Charles Duhigg
17. Quiet: The power of introverts - Susan Cain
18. Alexander Hamilton - Ron Chernow
19. Settle for more - Megyn Kelly
20. To kill a mockingbird - Harper Lee
21. Girl Online - Zoe Sugg
22. Radical - David Platt
23. A man called Ove - Fredrick Backman
24. The four loves - C.S. Lewis
25. Surprised by Joy - C.S. Lewis
26. Big Magic: Elizabeth Gilbert

Thanks for reading! 

"The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness."
Lamentations 3:22,23


  1. I have only heard of two of these books. I tried reading #GirlBoss and could not get in to it. I might try again later with reading it. I also want to read Girl On The Train.

  2. What a great list! The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up was a life saver after I moved and my space seriously downsized. Don't skip the chapter on clothes folding. It's forever changing my drawers. Haha And of course, I love Shauna Niequist. She's such a beautiful writer. Sounds like you're in for a great year of reading!