2014 Virtual Book Club {Blog Post}

Can you believe we are at the end of 2013? With that in mind, I’ve started formalizing my projects for 2014. On the list is hosting a virtual book club. I have always loved reading, but have gotten out of the habit this past year. So, I thought hosting a virtual book club would be an awesome idea to share something I love with others. 

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Below is a checklist of some of the top read books I’ve found. I am depending on YOU to help select the books to be read. If you have a suggestion that is not on the list, feel free to add it. Once I have the top 15 books, I’ll post the details about the book club (which will be REALLY simple!). 




Also, if you would like to be included in the 2014 book club, you can go ahead and sign up below. 



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  1. I voted for some for you. :) I’m stopping by from SITSSHAREFEST to say hey.

    I have The Reason I Jump, Daring Greatly and The End of your life Book Club (I think it’s called!) on my to-read shelves! Didn’t vote for them, but want to read them.
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    • Andrea,
      Thank you for the input. I’m excited about getting back into the habit of reading (it’s sad how easy it was to find other things to consume my time, like, oh maybe Candy Crush?). If you want to join us , let me know!

  2. What a great idea! I am an avid reader!!
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  3. Fun list! I’m about to start Lean In.
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  4. What Alice Forgot is one of my favorite books! It made me laugh out loud so many times…I have recommended this book to so many people.
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  5. I’d have to throw Hemingway in the mix. Great list!

  6. I voted for and highly recommend the book thief. Last year I read a really great book called “Dancing on Broken Glass” by Ka Hancock, I think it would make a fabulous book club read.
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  7. Alvina Castro says:

    I love your list and I voted! Im actually re reading some classics right now

  8. What a great idea and the list is impressive!

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  9. Cammy Walters says:

    “Death Has No Hold” by Rebecca R. Brown to be released February 18, 2014.
    Here is the Review that I recently posted:

    Rebecca R. Brown and her NEWLY PUBLISHED book, “Death has no Hold” holds a special place in my heart. Not because she is our first author that we helped in a very small way with becoming a published author. Which is pretty exciting in itself, especially for our Editorial Staff members, Carolea and Nancy, but because she is a first class Christian woman with a heart to help others with her gift. Not to mention that I feel like a proud “grandma” of sorts. There is no better feeling than to know that you helped play a small part in someone fulfilling and achieving their God given dreams and calling.
    Rebecca R. Brown’s book, “Death has no Hold” may be a work of fiction, based upon a bedtime story that she created and told to her young daughter every evening. However, within each page you will see how she has allowed her God given talent of storytelling, to open up the Love Letter that our Heavenly Father gave for us to grow by. The characters in “Death has no Hold” come from the highest of highs to the lowest of low, demonstrating that God is truly the respector of NO ONE, and that time and space don’t matter in the Family of God! The author takes you intimately into each of their lives to show a distinct contrast between Good and Evil in her character’s lives and the consequences or benefits of each. The author truly captures the Heart of The Father toward all who know him already or soon will.
    The most interesting thing that I noticed as I read through her book, “Death has no hold”, was that through her characters you could plainly see people that you may know in your own life, and begin to have your spiritual eyes opened to the seemingly ordinary events going on around you. We are all connected, the “world” knows it to be six degrees of separation, and some may call it the butterfly effect however as a Christian we simply know it to be a Family Affair! This book is appropriate for all reading levels from 4th grade to adult, Christian or Non-Christian. I believe that we may very well see this coming soon to a theater near you, and if you are an avid reader you know that the book is always better!
    Congratulations, Rebecca, and many blessing to you from your sister,
    Carmella Walters, Pastor of Finally Free Ministries, and author of “A Life of Significance” and “Handbook for Sharing Your Faith Effectively”.


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