My Reading List for 2015

One of my resolutions for this year is to read 25 books. According to Goodreads, I read 18 books last year so 25 should be attainable, especially considering I have some friends who read well over 100 books each year. In order to have a plan of attack, I compiled a list that I’d like to work on. The list ended up being longer than 25 (51 to be exact), but it gives me a framework from which to choose.

I also recognize that the books I choose to read may change. I’ve actually already modified the list a couple of times because I picked up a new book and wanted to add it. So without further ado, my (potential) reading list for 2015, organized in some fashion.


I’ve already completed these books this year.

In Progress


The following two books were given to me as gifts from men that I respect, so I want to make sure I read them.


I’ve started reading the Peter and the Starcatchers series to my kids, so we’ll hopefully finish these:

I’m huge fan of Brandon Sanderson, so I’d like to fit in a couple of his books. Steelheart is a YA book that may be suitable for my older children (we’ll see) and Way of Kings is his big epic which I’m dumbfounded as to why I haven’t read it yet.

Family Matters

Marriage Matters

The “Old Guys”

Having discovered the wonderful world of Reformed Theology, I am keenly interested in reading the works of or works about the old dead guys.

Apologetics, Christian Living, Theology & Ministry

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