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My 2022 Reading Wrap Up

Hi friends! This blog should have been up two weeks ago but here we are. If you've been following me on Instagram for a while, you might remember me sharing what I was reading via stories but life caught up to me so I thought I'd just leave everything here, well, almost everything.

I planned on giving a brief description of each book but I'm gonna be lazy. Everything listed I do recommend and have taken something from it.

Alright before we get started I just wanted to list some resources for you.

If you like shopping second-hand or just want cheaper options I would try checking Pango Books (I love this app), Thriftbooks, or the Amazon used section. *Be sure to check the conditions before buying*

The link I'll be using is from the and/or website.

Be sure to scroll all the way down to see some of my personal favorites mentioned (and not mentioned in this list).

Okay, that's enough talking. Let's dive in.

Cheaper on Amazon!

~My Favorite Reads~


Glimpses of Grace by Gloria Furman (linked above).

Eve in Exile by Rebekah Merkle (linked above)

Narrow Gate Narrow Way by Paul Washer (linked above)

If by Amy Carmichael (linked above)

Let Me Be A Woman by Elizabeth Elliot (linked above)


A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks (Almost nothing like the movie!)

Fireproof by the Kendrick Brothers (Literally just like the movie but I didn't mind)

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

The Bodyguard by Katherine Center ( I was scared to read this one especially since it's popular in the secular world but if you can get by swearing...I don't know. If you're a cringy romance lover that's tired of the Amish love books in Walmart then this might be for you. It has no sex scenes because we don't do that here.


Magnolias Table by Joanna Gaines

Half Baked Harvest Super Simple by Tieghan Gerard

Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon

The Little Women Cookbook

Children's books:

(I'm not a mama but children are apart of my daily life):

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell for older children

Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (you can never go wrong with Beatrix Potter)

Little House On The Prairie series by Laura Ingalls (I like reading them by myself too hehe)

Costi Hinn has a book for children as well I just haven't had the chance to read it.

These aren't books but something that I love to incorporate in quiet time with children is the Youtube channel called the Torchlighters. There is another one called Superbook, I like that one too but I keep an eye out just to make sure it's within biblical context.

Wow, this was a long one but thanks for sticking it out with me today. Happy Monday and Happy New Year!

"Visit many good books, but live in the Bible.” - Charles Spurgeon.

While I'm here feel free to comment down below on what you'd like to see more of on the blog this year <3

Until next time,



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