What I read in 2018

I’ve always been a book nerd, from the time I was little. Even though life gets busy, I still make time for a little reading before bed, on flights, etc. If I can squeeze in about 18 books a year, you can too! Here’s my complete list of books I read this past year.

My 2018 reading list:

(In no particular order)

  1. She Reads Truth Bible
  2. The Power of Now | by Eckhart Tolle
  3. Shaken | by Tim Tebow
  4. Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows | by Balli Kaur Jaswal
  5. JB Carr; the life and times of Ireland’s greatest amateur golfer
  6. The Flipside of Feminism | by Suzanne Venker and Phyllis Schlafly
  7. Girl Wash Your Face | by Rachel Hollis
  8. Paris by the Book | by Liam Callanan
  9. The Awakening | by Kate Chopin
  10. Lilac Girls | by Martha Hall Kelly
  11. The Innocent | by Ian McEwan
  12. Rick Steves travel guides of Rome, Florence & Tuscany and Paris
  13. Camino Island | by John Grisham
  14. Rooster Bar | by John Grisham
  15. Ulysses | by James Joyce
  16. HomeBody | by Joanna Gaines

I know I’ve read a few more books, but I can’t remember all of them!

My tip to you on how to get books easily: get a library card and download your local library’s app. You can literally rent books FOR FREE without leaving your house. It’s awesome!

What I’m looking to read in early 2019:

  1. She Reads Truth Bible
  2. Les Misérables | by Victor Hugo
  3. Hippie | by Paulo Coelho (author of my favorite book The Alchemist)
  4. The Simple Wild | by K.A. Tucker
  5. 12 Rules for Life | by Jordan B. Peterson
  6. Nine Perfect Strangers | by Liane Moriarty

I hope my list inspires you to read a few books in 2019! I love a good binge or new show on Netflix or Amazon Prime as much as anyone, but it’s hard to beat a good book. Though I read a lot of electronic books now out of convenience, my dream is to one day have a beautiful library or book display in my home.

What books do you recommend? Let me know on Instagram or comment below. Here’s to a New Year full of wonderful books!

About Teryn Gregson

Teryn Gregson (formerly Schaefer) is an award-winning journalist, golf presenter, on-camera host, wife and blogger. Connecting with golf fans world-wide, Teryn is best known for her role as a broadcaster for the PGA TOUR.

4 Comments

  1. Jonathan Enss on January 4, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    The Holy Blood and The Holy Grail about the “Secret Bloodline of Jesus”



  2. Teryn Gregson on January 10, 2019 at 10:09 am

    That sounds really interesting!



  3. Jon Enss on January 23, 2019 at 10:05 pm

    It is very interesting! It involves the country of France. The below video from the 4 minute mark to 13 minute mark is the most interesting part. Legend has it #18 was the lucky # in the time of Jesus/King David. There were 18 King Louis. The last one died at the Louvre near the Last Supper Painting. The bloodline is said to trace from the Merovingian French Kings which the link explains. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlZxiFf67RI&t=283s



  4. Jon on February 12, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    There are a ton of interesting books and discoveries related to the Bible you may find interesting. The Dead Sea Scrolls discovered in 1947 seemed to suggest a bloodline descendant of King David/Jesus would prepare everyone. In 1773, Gnostic Books were discovered suggesting that Pistis Sophia is the female Goddess who is the highest and a bride of Christ. The Secret Book of John the Apostle were discovered in 1945 suggesting many secrets exist not in the Bible that Jesus revealed to John after his death. Think about all the Wars just in the last 100 years. Who knows what happened 2000 years ago. Ministers are scared to include all this new information though because they have taught one way for so long. Many of these old scrolls had Bible Books but also extra Books that were not included many of which gave women more authority and power. It is all fascinating to say the least!



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