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I set out like I usually do each year to read 52 books in 2015. I ended up reading 53. You can read the entire list of books I read and a short review of each here.
Today though, I want to share my top 3 fiction and nonfiction reads of 2015. This list is in no particular order.
I enjoyed the entire Deep Haven series by Susan May Warren as well as the Christiansen Family series, but if I have to pick just one Susan May Warren book as my favorite, I pick My Foolish Heart simply because I identified with the characters in the book more than any other fiction book I read in 2015.
I read most of this book Christmas day. I feel in love with the Darlings during book 1 of the Darling series. Book 2, Better All The Time, has me loving them even more. I hope the author finishes book 3 soon!
Okay, I am cheating here and picking a series of five books instead of just one. I just couldn’t split The Rock Harbor Series up and pick one, and it is my list and my rules so I am going to just list the series as a whole.
This book is a quick read but an inspiring one. I read Steal Like An Artist on the beaches of Jamaica while on a 20 year Anniversary trip with my husband and it was tough to just highlight all the great stuff within the pages of the book instead of getting right to work implementing all the ideas I learned. But then I would remember I was on the beaches of Jamaica and I needed to soak that in and work later!
Reading Flash inspired me to take a good look at my life and start making a few changes. I honestly grabbed it on the way to the pool one day thinking it would be a simple, funny read. I had no idea that what was inside its pages was so insightful and just what my soul needed to hear.
In 2015 I really struggled with feelings of inadequacy in the area of blogging.
If you would like to find out about what I am reading this year, check out my read in 2016 list. I will update it as I read books throughout 2016.
Wednesdays this year are about fellowship. I want to give my readers glimpses into my personality, my likes and dislikes, and I also want to get to know yours which is why commenting is encouraged.
What were some of your favorite reads in 2015? Tell me about at least one of them in the comments.
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