It is no secret that I love to read and I often share a little bit about my what I am reading in my Everyday Adventures posts.
Today I decided to do a totally non food fun post about reading. You see I need help. I need help deciding what to move to the top of my to read pile.
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The fact is my current to read pile is huge. Over the last year I have made too many trips to used bookstores and found way to many deals on Amazon. Okay, so maybe you can never find too many books, but my to read pile is getting a bit overwhelming. I am having trouble deciding what I should move to the top of my pile for my summer reading.
So I need your help. Could you help me narrow it down? I know some of you love to read as much as I do and I am hoping you can tell me if you have read any of these books or if you have heard anything about them.
Should I move them to the top of the list, move them to the bottom of the list, or avoid them altogether.
I would love to hear what you think!
And I will admit that this list pretty much proves that I read a wide range of books. I will also admit that this is not my whole to read pile…I choose what was high on my list from the pile and then decided to get your help to narrow it down.
Please tell me I am not the only one with like 50+ books in their to read pile…
- The Wright Brothers by David McCullough
- Happiness by Randy Alcorn
- Frozen In Time by Mitchell Zuckoff
- Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
- Dead Wake by Erik Larson
- Religion In the Oval Office by Gary Scott Smith
- Out of the Depths by Edgar Harrell
- Follow Me by David Platt
- The Pioneer Woman by Ree Drummond
- Running The Race Erice Lidell by John W. Keddie
- Into the Abyss by Carol Shaben
- A Higher Call by Adam Makos
- The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
- Grace for the Good Girl by Emily P. Freeman
- Fringe Hours by Jessica Turner
- Hands Free Mama by Rachel Macy Stafford
- A Million Little Ways by Emily P. Freeman
- Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton
- Simply Tuesday by Emily P. Freeman
- Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth
- The Kitchen Counter Cooking School by Kathleen Flinn
- The Beekeepers Apprentice by Laurie R. King
- Delicious by Ruth Reichl
- Lessons from the Life of Alice Herz-Sommer, the World’s Oldest Living Holocaust Survivor by Caroline Stoessinger
What do you think? Have you read any of these books? What do I need to read next?