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Savvy’s Best of 2014 List

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I cannot believe how quickly 2014 has flown by, and I also cannot believe I read more than 150 books this year. 2015 will be a year of changes for me, as I pull back from reviewing and reading so many books here on Savvy Verse & Wit as I start my own business, Poetic Book Tours.

I did want to share with my readers here the best books of 2014, in case you missed the day-by-day announcements on the Facebook page.

  1. Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James (my review)
  2. Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming (my review)
  3. Lust by Diana Raab, read by Kate Udall (my review)
  4. Any Anxious Body by Chrissy Kolaya (my review)
  5. Going Over by Beth Kephart (my review)
  6. The Descent by Alma Katsu (my review)
  7. Still, At Your Door by Emma Eden Ramos (my review)
  8. A Long Time Gone by Karen White (my review)
  9. The Vintner’s Daughter by Kristen Harnisch (my review)
  10. Children’s Activity Atlas from Sterling Publishing (my review)
  11. Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion (my review)
  12. Women of Valor: Polish Resisters to the Third Reich by Joanne D. Gilbert (my review)

What books have made your end of the year favorites??

  • stacybuckeye

    I’m not really an Alan Cumming fan but I’ve heard such positive things about his book that I really want to read it!

  • Anna (Diary of an Eccentric)

    Great list! We have a couple in common, and there are a few I still have to read.

  • I have The Vintner’s Daughter in my TBR stack. I really need to get to it!

  • bermudaonion(Kathy)

    I haven’t read any of those but I think I have 3 of them in my TBR.

  • iliana

    I haven’t read any of your faves but I do have some on my TBR list! Congratulations on a great year and on your new adventure! Happy New Year!

  • It’s fun to see how some of your favorite authors make your list every year!