best reads from 2012

….. here’s what I read in the last year: from q1, q2, q3 and q4 of 2012. I read around 130 books. I have some new inquisitive friends, so I logged the details this year.

Here are my favourite reads of from the year. Impossible though it is. Here’s my top-twelve reads from 2012, in no particular order.

Everything, by Mary DeMuth

The top 5 regrets of dying by Bonnie Ware.

Champagne for the Soul by Mike Mason.
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Pete Scazzero.
Does my soul look big in this? by Rosemary Lain-Priestley.
A Praying Life by Paul Miller

To be delivered in the event of my death, by Chris Russell.

Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp

Geography of Grace, by Kris Rocke & Joel Van Dyke.
Unclean, by Richard Beck.
Epiphanies of the Ordinary, by Charlie Cleverley.

Thoughts to make your heart sing, by Sally Lloyd Jones & Jago.

with other noteable mentions….
I am a follower by Leonard Sweet, Hannah’s Child, by Stanley Hauweraus, If God…. then what, by Andrew Wilson, The Lions World, by Rowan Williams, The gifts of imperfection by Brene Brown, Shame interrupted by Edward Welch, and If You Meet George Herbert on the Road, Kill Him by Justin Lewis-Anthony.
and here are some of the books piled up ready to go, or for a re-read!