What's on This Year's Bookshelf

So now that you know my little method for squeezing in more reading time, here are the books I'm hoping to fill that time with.

On the whole, I read primarily Christian books, as my faith in Jesus is of first-most importance in my life and I want to grow and develop in light of that. But I enjoy other genres as well, especially a good historical fiction book (particularly the WWII era). 

Odds are good I won't read each of these titles (as some of them are pretty lengthy), and new discoveries will be added, but here's my working list.

Completed Thus Far

Housewife Theologian – Aimee Byrd
His Needs Her Needs – Willard F. Jr. Harvey
Unbroken – Laura Hillenbrad
The Joy Project – Tony Reinke

Currently Reading

Loving the Little Years – Rachel Jankovic
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – J.K. Rowling (my first time through the HP series! Not really getting into this book, though.)
The Book Thief – Markus Zusak

To Read

The Lifegiving Home – Sally Clarkson
The Meaning of Marriage - Tim Keller
My Life for Yours – Douglas Wilson

Glimpses of Grace – Gloria Furman
Fit to Burst – Rachel Jankovic
Sacred Parenting – Gary L. Thomas

All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr
The Atonement Child – Francine Rivers

Life Together – Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Mere Christianity – C. S. Lewis
Adopted for Life – Russell D. Moore
The Last Enemy - Michael E. Wittmer

Do More Better - Tim Challies
John Adams – David McCullough

Your turn! Let me hear what's on your reading list or what books you'd recommend to me.