Books of 2013

If you pay attention around here it’s no surprise that I’m an avid reader! However I’ve never really kept track of how many books I read, other than when I was little and needed to for those summer reading programs to earn prizes, haha! This year I thought it might be fun to so I put together a little Facebook friend group so we could all compare our reads throughout the year. It was a lot of fun seeing how many books I read this year. If you’re on Goodreads feel free to add me on there as well! Enjoy my list!

  1. But the Greatest of These Is Love by Debbie Barrow Michael
  2. Where Yesterday Lives – Karen Kingsbury
  3. When Joy Came to Stay – Karen Kingsbury
  4. On Every Side- Karen Kingsbury
  5. The Gospel Centered Woman – Wendy Alsup
  6. Next Door Savior- Max Lucado
  7. Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work – Chip Heath & Dan Heath
  8. For Women Only – Shaunti Feldhahn
  9. Dinner with the Smileys –Sarah Smiley
  10. Redeeming Love – Francine Rivers
  11. FirstHand – Ryan & Josh Shook
  12. The Five People You Meet in Heaven – by Mitch Albom
  13. Whispers of the Bayou – Mindy Starns Clark
  14. Jennifer – Dee Henderson
  15. Sidetracked – Francesca Gino
  16. Before I Wake – Dee Henderson
  17. Safe Haven – Nicholas Sparks
  18. Madman – Tracy Groot
  19. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen (re-read)
  20. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
  21. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
  22. The Meeting Place – Janette Oke & T. Davis Bunn
  23. Return to Me by Lynn Austin
  24. The Sacred Shore by Janette Oke & T. David Bunn
  25. Star of Babylon– Bethany Wallace
  26. The Birthright by Janette Oake & T. Davis Bunn
  27. A Christmas Carol– Charles Dickens


Nicole Elliott

1 thought on “Books of 2013”

  • I enjoyed being a part of your reading group this year! So fun.

    I am glad you made this list, because it reminds me of a couple of books I wanted to read after you talked about them in the group. And now I want to reread Pride and Prejudice (again).

    Happy 2014!

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