Books I’ve Read This Year (so far) // 2020

Hello friends! I thought it would be fun to do a round-up of some books I’ve read this year. I’m not always a huge fan of books, or I’m just more picky I guess lol, but if I find a really good book that I want to read, then count me in!

$14.53 at Amazon

I really enjoyed this book; so much good info in here! I did not find it a super light read though, and I had to pick it up a second time when I slacked off originally, but when I actually focused, got intentional, and finished, it was wonderful and I was glad I did.

We were created to shine with heavenly beauty, to radiate with Christlike feminine loveliness, and to sparkle with the lily-white purity of our Prince. – Leslie Ludy

$9.49 at Amazon

The title of this book really caught my attention and excited me…because, if we’re completely honest, what teen girl isn’t a tiny-bit boy-crazy? I sort of think it’s part of growing up and how God made us. But, and this is a big but, it should also not overwhelm our lives, and it should be handled in a healthy, godly way. I would definitely recommend this one. πŸ˜‰

God created men to initiate and pursue and women to wait and respond. – Paula Hendricks

Being satisfied with God’s far better love is the only way boy-craziness won’t consume my life and yours. – Paula Hendricks

It’s one thing to know truth about God and another altogether to let Him be that truth to you every minute, everyday. – Paula Hendricks

$12.00 on Amazon

I got this book for my birthday, and I love love love this book! This is Sadie’s newest book, and I would heartily recommend it. Not only is the message great, but the book is so aesthetically pleasing with pictures throughout the book! ❀

You bring something to the table of life that nobody else brings. – Sadie Robertson

But other’s successes don’t take anything away from us. There isn’t a limited supply of success out there. – Sadie Robertson

$12.99 on Amazon

This book is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. After wanting this book for awhile, I finally got it on my birthday, and I was thrilled! You guys already know that I love the Girl Defined girls, and this book was just so thought provoking and encouraging. Definitely recommend!!

Physical perfection will never make any girl happy. Gratitude to God for His amazing design will. – Girl Defined

Instead of focusing on the one (or two or ten) things we don’t love about our bodies, let’s focus our attention on thanking God for what He has given us. – Girl Defined

God designed men and women to be different and it’s a beautiful thing. – Girl Defined

$13.93 on Amazon

Y’all know that I love Sadie Robertson. πŸ˜‰ She has such a heart for the Lord and such a joyful personality.

No matter what you want to do, confidence is key! – Sadie Robertson

Happiness is a choiceβ€”a choice to be joyful, no matter what the circumstance. – Sadie Robertson

$13.99 on Amazon

I read this book as part of my church’s ladies summer study. This book had some really good things to say; however, it sometimes said those things in hard-to-understand ways…if that makes sense. I didn’t prefer the writing style of this book, but it grew with me as I read it. Overall, I would recommend it, but I will let you know that Rachel is very forward and blunt. She doesn’t shy away from saying hard things. πŸ˜‰

God created you specifically with specific plans for what He was going to do with and through you. – Rachel Jankovic

If a good work was begun in you at your conversion (and it was), that good work is being continued. What is more, it will be completed. – Rachel Jankovic

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I hope you enjoyed this post, and maybe it gave you inspiration for Christmas ideas? πŸ˜‰

Have you read any of these yet? Which one might you add to your Christmas list?

-Caroline K.

*featured image from Pexels Free Photos

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