Top Ten Tuesday — 10 Books I Missed Reading in 2014

13 Jan



I read a lot of books in 2014 (168, wow!), but even so I missed reading some books by favorite authors. The following are the books I really wanted to read, but just couldn’t fit them in. But I am sneaky. Many of these titles have found their way onto my book club’s 2015 picks! Why do I want to read these books? Well, besides the fact that the authors are very talented and produce excellent novels, they use that talent to explore and express God’s truth —  a double blessing!

Did you read any of these books in 2014? What did you think?

Thanks to The Broke And The Bookish for hosting this weekly meme. To read what other bloggers missed in 2014, click HERE.

The Color of Justice by Ace Collins

Driftwood Tides by Gina Holmes

In The Heart of The Dark Wood by Billy Coffey

The Legend of Sheba by Tosca Lee


Lizzie & Jane by Katherine Reay

A Love Undone by Cindy Woodsmall

Motherless by Erin Healy

The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn by Lori Benton


The Sentinels of Andersonville by Tracy Groot

When Night Comes by Dan Walsh





4 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday — 10 Books I Missed Reading in 2014”

  1. Carole January 13, 2015 at 8:11 am #

    Beckie, I had fun compiling my own list, but almost felt that I should have been reading instead! The only one of yours that I’ve read is The Sentinels of Andersonville and you know how much I enjoyed it. Two others are on my list also – Gina Holmes and Lori Benton.


    • rbclibrary January 13, 2015 at 9:07 am #

      Just started Sentinels. I really like Violet’s character so far. Can’t wait to see how she develops.


  2. Rissi January 13, 2015 at 11:03 pm #

    ‘Lizzy and Jane’ is beautiful. I love that Katherine’s books are different than the normal contemporary. Also, I’m curious about ‘Driftwood Tides.’ Maybe I’ll get to it in 2015. 🙂


    • rbclibrary January 14, 2015 at 7:25 am #

      I liked Reay’s first book, but just couldn’t fit Lizzy and Jane in. Maybe there is an audiobook version. I am due for another credit. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy reading in 2015.


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