Books I read in 2019

Books I read in 2019

 
 
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I love to read so I thought I would kick off the podcast in 2020 with a roundup of the books I read in 2019. I love hearing directly from people after they’ve read a book more than reviews or just finding something on a best sellers list.

A few of them during the episode I messed up the title or author but here is the complete list with direct Amazon links.
Love lives here – Maria Goff 

The road back to you Suzanne Stable; Ian Morgan Cron

The hate you give – Angie Thomas

It’s not supposed to be this way – Lysa TerKeurst

If you only knew  – Jamie Ivy

Who thought this was a good idea – And Other Questions You Should Have Answers to When You Work in the White House – Alyssa Mastronmonaco

Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds – Jen Wilkin

Unbroken Faith: Spiritual Recovery for the Special Needs Parent – Diana Dokko Kim

Dare to lead – Brene Brown

 The gospel comes with a house key – Rosaria Butterfield

 Not forsaken – Louie Giglio

The lucky few – Heather Avis

Digital minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in Noisy World – Cal Newport

Deep work: Rules for focused success in a distracted world – Cal Newport

Maybe you should talk to someone – Lori Gottlieb

The last time I lied – Riley Sager

Where the crawdad sings: Delia Owens

Final Girls – Riley Sage

Mismatch: How inclusion shapes design – Kat Holmes

Talking to strangers: What we should know about people we don’t know – Malcom Gladwell

The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris

When less becomes more: Making space for slow, simple and good – Emily Ley

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine – Gail Honeyman

Seven principles for Making Marriage work – John Gottman

The Homebody: A guide to creating spaces you never want to leave – Joanna Gaines

The Home Edit: A guide organizing and realizing your house goals – Clea Shearer

The silent patient  – Alex Michaelides

Gay Girl, Good God: The story of who I was, and who God has always been – Jackie Hill Perry

And if reading paper books isn’t your jam, listen to books on audio! Happy new year and here’s to 2020 of more reading!

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