Books I Own but Haven’t Read (yet) ;)

Hey guys! I thought that it would be fun to tell you about some of the books I own, but I wasn’t sure which ones I should talk about. I own a billion, million, 200… ahem, a few books, actually, too many to talk about in one post, so I decided to tell you about the books I own, but haven’t read.

I’m sorry if this isn’t exciting…

but here is the post!

These aren’t in a specific order, just in what in order of which one I wrote down first.

Gulliver’s Travels by Johnathan Swift

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Good Wives by Louisa May Alcott (I forgot I had this one..)

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet by Shakespeare

An Amish Holiday Family by Jo Ann Brown

When the Soul Mends by Cindy Woodsmall (the third book in a series, so I need to read the first books before I read this one)

Rachel’s Secret by BJ Hoff

Hope on the Plains and Home is Where the Heart is by Linda Byler (part of the Dakota series Trilogy, I’ve read the first, and these are the other two)

The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi

Girl, Wash your face by Rachel Hollis

Technically I own two more… but they are in the mailbox and I haven’t gone out to get them yet. Those are: The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict by Trenton Lee Stewart and Volume Two in the Christy Miller series by Robin Jones Gunn.

So, those are the books I own but haven’t read. For most of them, I don’t have a good reason for not reading them. Some of them, I had to order the first (or check it out from the library) before reading the second or third in the series, which is why I haven’t read them yet. Others I just didn’t read… for Christmas I got a whole bunch of books, and all the Amish Fiction books on this list are from then. Like, I got 10 or so from that genre for Christmas, which is why I haven’t read them yet. πŸ˜‰

Anyways, enough of my rambling.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Comment if you’d like to see a post about the library books I got recently!

26 thoughts on “Books I Own but Haven’t Read (yet) ;)

  1. Ooh cool! That’s not that bad of a list. You should see mine. *sweats*
    I spy a lot of classic literature. Also, I think I’ve actually read the Charlotte Doyle one? I don’t really remember it though because it was for school.

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  2. The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict is so good! I thought that the series was just slightly more engaging than The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict, but only slightly, it’s still very high on my favorite books list.

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  3. This was a really fun post! Aayyyyy Christy Miller! Those books were SO fun to read 😍 such a great series!
    Oh yeah I own a few books based around Christmastime or in the fall, and it’s just not fitting to read them in a different season πŸ€£πŸ’•

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  4. What a fun post!!! I haven’t heard of any of those books except for the Extraordinary Education if Nicholas Benedict, and that one’s really good!

    I would LOVE to see a post about what library books you’ve gotten!!

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  5. Heey girl!! And yeees would love to see a library book post! And oh my goodness, did you say Christy MIiller? I ADORE THE CHRISTY MILLER SERIES!! I have read the high school series almost twice as well as the college series, the Katie series, and I am now in the married series! I AM SUCH A HUGE FAN OF THEM!! And.. happy reading!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
    -kaelyn πŸ˜›

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  6. This is so fun! I own a whole load of books too which I haven’t gotten around to reading yet too, but I’m working on them! Off your list, I would definitely recommend The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle if you’re looking for somewhere to start- I read it a few years back and I remember really enjoying it! Oh, and I 100% would like to see a post about the library books you’ve got recently!

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