What I Read in 2014

Do you love to read? Are you hoping to read more in 2015? Over 2014, I read 24 books. The genres included: Contemporary and Christian Fiction, Mystery, Motivation, Biography, and Cognitive Health.

The books I read this past year are listed below and feel free to ask me about any of them in the comments section. I can give you more info on them individually if you’d like!


            Mandy’s Books of 2014:

  1. The Circle Maker – Mark Batterson
  2. Power Thoughts – Joyce Meyer
  3. If I Stay – Gayle Forman
  4. Where I Went – Gayle Forman
  5. Something Blue – Emily Giffin
  6. The Fault in our Stars – John Green
  7. Wonder – R.J. Palacio
  8. Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell
  9. Looking for Alaska – John Green
  10. A Million Miles in a Thousand Years – Donald Miller
  11. Let’s All Be Brave – Annie F. Downs
  12. 13 Reasons Why –  Jay Asher
  13. Landline – Rainbow Rowell
  14. Platform – Michael Hyatt
  15. Before I Fall – Lauren Oliver
  16. The Beginning of Everything – Robin Schneider
  17. Switch on Your Brain – Caroline Leaf
  18. Vanished – Irene Hannon
  19. Not That Kind of Girl – Lena Dunham
  20. The Meaning of Marriage – Tim Keller
  21. Speak – Nish Weiseth
  22. My True Love Gave To Me – Multiple Authors
  23. Love Out Loud (Devotional) – Joyce Meyer
  24. Alone with God (Devotional) – Michael Warden


(I am in no way affiliated with any of the books and authors listed above. I just like to read!)

3 Replies to “What I Read in 2014”

  1. Hey pal! I’m curious what you thought of Tim Keller’s book? I like him but haven’t read any of his books.

    1. Hey Erin!
      I really, really liked it! It is a great book for both singles and marrieds and was pretty easy to digest too! I def recommend! 🙂

      My fav quote is “The goal is to see something absolutely ravishing that God is making of the beloved. You see even now flashes of glory. You want to help your spouse become the person God wants him or her to be”

      Happy reading!

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