My “have read” 2014 book list

This is already my fifth year of keeping track here of the books I read during the year. It’s good to look back at what I have accomplished, or to remind myself when I’m not sure if I read a particular book .. but also, I hope you find a title here that interests you. NOTE: if there are any you’d like to purchase please go to my page BUY THE BOOK! to see if it is listed there.

Any book I have marked *(ARC)* is an Advanced Reading Copy I was given for my free and honest review.

My reading interests vary as I like to include exploring children’s books, some of which I get to read to/with my grandson. If you’re interested in any on this list or are encouraged to read more, too, do let me know! If you have suggestions of what may look good in my reading stash I’d love to hear about it. :) Happy Reading!

“BE AWESOME! BE A BOOK NUT!” – Dr. Seuss

JANUARY 2014:

  1. Johann’s Gift to Christmas – by Jack Richards

FEBRUARY 2014:

  1. The Adventures of Tomato and Pea, Book 1: A Bad Idea – by Erik Weibel  (reviewed March 4’14; interview with Erik March 6’14)
  2. The Sun Zebra – by R. Garcia (reviewed February 25’14)
  3. Operation Bonnet – by Kimberly Stuart (reviewed March 20’14)

MARCH 2014:

  1. Adventures in Mother-Sitting – by Doreen Cox (reviewed March 25’14)
  2. Lovesongs of Emmanuel Taggart, a novel – by Syr Ruus (reviewed April 10’14)

APRIL 2014:

  1. Treasure Me – by Christine Nolfi (reviewed April 8’14)
  2. How to Draw the Forest Fairies – by Amit Offir (reviewed August 7’14)
  3. Flash Virus: Episode One – by Steve Vernon (reviewed April 29’14)
  4. Dog Lover’s Devotional: What We Learn about Life from Our Canine Companions – by Katherine A. Douglas
  5. The Moon Coin (The Moon Realm series, book one) – by Richard Due (reviewed May 1’14)
  6. Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader: Book of LOVE – compiled by The Bathroom Readers’ Institute
  7. Hailee – by Penny A. Zeller (reviewed May 13’14)

MAY 2014:

  1. I am Otter – by Sam Garton (reviewed May 8’14)
  2. Chasing Mona Lisa – by Tricia Goyer & Mike Yorkey (reviewed May 15’14)
  3. The Tipping Point – by Walter Danley (reviewed May 20’14)
  4. The Moon has a Date with the Sun – by Marc Geller (reviewed July 31’14)
  5. A Dragon’s Work is Never Done – by Stephanie Barrett (reviewed May 27’14)
  6. An Illusion of Trust – by Linda Cassidy Lewis (reviewed May 29’14)
  7. Untraceable – by S.R. Johannes (reviewed June 3’14)

JUNE 2014:

  1. Cape Maybe – by Carol Fragale Brill (reviewed June 5’14)
  2. Double Exposure – by Michael Lister (reviewed June 10’14)
  3. Granpa Guff, The Accidental Astronaut – by G. Guff (reviewed January 24’17)
  4. Granpa Guff and the Pasta Wars – by G. Guff (reviewed January 24’17)
  5. Sudden Death Overtime – by Steve Vernon (reviewed June 24’14)
  6. Songbird Under a German Moon – by Tricia Goyer  (reviewed June 12’14)
  7. Brianna the Ballet Fairy – by Julia Dweck
  8. An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth – by Chris Hadfield (reviewed July 1’14)
  9. Drowning Mermaids – by Nadia Scrieva (reviewed July 10’14)
  10. Lust, Money & Murder: Book 1 – by Mike Wells (reviewed July 15’14)

“NO MAN CAN BE CALLED FRIENDLESS WHO HAS GOD AND THE COMPANIONSHIP OF GOOD BOOKS.” – Elizabeth Barrett Browning

JULY 2014:

  1. Don’t Dare a Dame (Maggie Sullivan series) – by M. Ruth Myers (reviewed July 17’14)
  2. The Lemon Dot Tree – by D. A. Schwartz
  3. The Firefly – by Katherine Perna
  4. Dreamlander – by K. M. Weiland (reviewed July 22’14)
  5. The Angel Archives, vol.1: Audie the Angel and the Angel Army – by Erika Kathryn (reviewed July 29’14)

AUGUST 2014:

  1. The Angel Archives, vol.2: Audie the Angel and the Aging Plague – by Erika Kathryn (reviewed August 5’14)
  2. Devil’s Hump – by Syr Ruus (reviewed August 12’14)
  3. Balanced: Finding Center as a Work-at-Home Mom – by Tricia Goyer (reviewed August 14’14)
  4. Heaven’s Prey – by Janet Sketchley (reviewed August 19’14)
  5. The Michael Letters: Heaven’s answer to Screwtape – by Jim Peschke (reviewed August 21’14)
  6. Emma Bean – by Jean Van Leeuwen ( ;reviewed August 26’14)

SEPTEMBER 2014:

  1. The Dragondain: a Moon Realm Novel, book 2 – by Richard Due (reviewed September 2’14)
  2. Amanda in England: The Missing Novel – by Darlene Foster (reviewed September 4’14)
  3. Amanda in Alberta: The Writing on the Stone – by Darlene Foster (reviewed September 11, 2014)

OCTOBER 2014:

  1. The Princess Within for Teens: Discovering Your Royal Inheritance – by Serita Ann Jakes  (reviewed November 4’14)

NOVEMBER 2014:

  1. A Brand New Address – by Kathleen Rowland

DECEMBER 2014:  I had good intentions but didn’t complete a book this month.

What I’m currently reading will be continued onto my 2015 list of ‘read’ books. My total for 2014 is 46, which is better than last year. How did YOU do?

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2 responses to “My “have read” 2014 book list

  1. Hi Lynn. I stopped in to take the quizz about children and superpowers, but can’t find it. I’ll happily tell you a tale, if you can point me in the right direction

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