2019 Books To Be Read

2019 is drawing to a close and in my year-end panic, I’d like to propose the addition of a month dedicated to reading, we’ll name it Bookstember and everyone can live happily ever after! Maaaaybe I’d even be able to finish my entire list of wonderful 2019 books to be read if I had another month for nothing but reading!

Before you unfollow, unfriend, or completely disown me, I do have a rather exciting announcement to make soon which will explain my tardiness beyond the inevitable “life happens.” Y’all already know that I’m blessed beyond measure with my affectionate puppy, four wonderful homeschooled children, and distracting real-life hero but there’s something new that I’m excited to share!

Before the official announcement and year-end list-making commences (so we can dive into our highly anticipated early 2020 reads), I wanted to share my list of 2019 books (still) to be read. These gorgeously tempting covers will be linked to a feature post or Amazon page.

books on my shelf

Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan Vow of Justice by Lynette Eason A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott Breach of Trust by Rachel Dylan No Ocean Too Wide by Carrie Turansky The Major's Daughter by Regina Jennings Love and Other Mistakes by Jessica Kate Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett The Killing Tide by Dani Pettrey Ford by Susan May Warren Wyatt by Susan May Warren Ruby Jane by Susan May Warren When I Close My Eyes by Elizabeth Musser Reunited in the Rockies by Mindy Obenhaus Misleading Miss Verity by Carolyn Miller Seconds to Live by Susan Sleeman Finding Lady Enderly by Joanna Davidson Politano Deadly Deceit by Natalie Walters A Pursuit of Home by Kristi Ann Hunter


Becoming Mrs. Lewis (2019 Christy Award Book of the Year!), Vow of Justice, A Distance Too Grand, Breach of Trust, No Ocean too Wide, The Major’s Daughter, Love and Other Mistakes, Ever Faithful, The Killing Tide, Ford, Wyatt, Ruby Jane, When I Close My Eyes, Underestimating Miss Cecilia, Misleading Miss Verity, Reunited in the Rockies, Finding Lady Enderly, Seconds to Live, Deadly Deceit, A Pursuit of Home (#amreading #currentlyreading)

books on my kindle

The Rebel Bride by Shannon McNear Above the Fold by Rachel Scott McDaniel Wings Like a Dove by Camille Eide A Heart Redirected by Elizabeth Maddrey A Heart Rearranged by Elizabeth Maddrey A Heart Reconsidered by Elizabeth Maddrey Something New by Joanne Bischof The Rescue excerpt by Tanya Eavenson Moments We Forget by Beth K Vogt The Cowboy's Christmas Reunion by Valerie Comer Christmas at the Circus by Joanne Bischof Like a Winter Snow by Lindsay Harrel The Perfect Christmas by Bell Renshaw

The Rebel Bride, Above the Fold, Wings Like a Dove, A Heart Redirected, A Heart Rearranged, A Heart Reconsidered, Something New, The Rescue, Moments We Forget, More than Words Can Say, The Cowboy’s Christmas Reunion, Royally Yours, Christmas at the Circus, Like a Winter Snow, The Perfect Christmas (or really anything by Bell Renshaw, I’m dying to try her books!)

I’ll be busy with a few of my 2019 books to be read in this last week of the year and I’d love to hear what you’ll be reading as well! What books would you read in Bookstember?!

12 thoughts on “2019 Books To Be Read”

  1. I am definitely on board with a book reading month, I need it to catch up!! Can’t wait to hear your announcement. Can soon be like really soon!?


  2. I have a few of these on my need-to-read soon list, too! I’ve read 13 of the ones you have listed, and can say that you have some mighty fine reading ahead of you! Thanks for reminding me of some I need to get to! I’ll vote for the extra reading month!


  3. I’m reading Lake Season by Denise Hunter. I enjoyed Becoming Mrs. Lewis and No Ocean Too Wide. I absolutely loved More Than Words Can Say by Karen Wittemeyer.


  4. Ive read a few and I will even have a few of them on my reading list for the year of 2019!
    Great job Erin
    There is still a few I still want to read! I’ve asked my library to order


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