Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Books Read in 2023

At long last I am, finally, getting around to posting the list of books I read in 2023 and what a mixed-up conglomeration of books it was! 



Some books read were work-related; others were read for personal pleasure and interests. 


Either way, such as it is, here is my reading list for 2023...

1. Mobsters in our Midst - The Kansas City Crime Family by William Ouseley
2. Biblical Minimalism by Cheryl E. Smith
3. The 1849 Cholera Outbreak in Jefferson City by Gary Elliot
4. Mafia Democracy by Michael Franzese
5. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
6. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
7. Gracious House Keeping by Mrs. Sharon White
8. Resolute in the Face of Persecution - 1824 - A Tale of Scotland by Robert Pollok
9. Civil War Plants and Herbs by Patricia B. Mitchell
10. The Home Front in the Civil War by Dale Anderson
11. The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn
12. Homespun Devotions - Volume I by Cheryl E. Smith
13. The Unforgettable Summer by Emily Brodie
14. The Lost Clue by Mrs. O.F. Walton
15. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain
16. Little Miss Moth by Amy LeFeuvre
17. The Least of These by Mrs. Coates
18. The White Dove by Christoph Von Schmid
19. Jill's Red Bag by Amy LeFeuvre
20. Fire in the Sky by Christoph Von Schmid
21. The Runaway Darling by Amy LeFeuvre
22. Let Me Be A Woman by Elisabeth Elliot
23. Bittersweet Country - edited by Ellen Gray Massey
24. Walking in the Fruit of the Spirit by Gloria Copeland



Until next time...
~Rebecca

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3 comments:

  1. Thank you for some book inspiration! I swear I was all over the place with books last year. I dove into one and then wouldn't finish and dive into another and so on. So I probably only FULLY read like 3-4 books last year. So far for 2024 I have read 2 books already! So I'm determined to stay on a roll and truly accumulate a good list of books fully read by 2025. Happy reading! :)

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  2. Thank you for the inspiration!!! Have a cozy afternoon, my friend.

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  3. I keep a book journal too. The last few years I did not read very many, but I am back to reading again. You have an interesting list.

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