Not sure why this one didn't load all the way, but you get the idea (if you're starting to think laziness is a theme here, you are totally correct)
Slant of Light by Steve Wiegenstein - I won this one from a giveaway on Life Is Short, Read Fast.
Cold Light by Jenn Ashworth - I got this one for a TLC tour
Ravi Zacharias is my current obsession. I've been listening to his program, Let My People Think obsessively. Zacharias is a brilliant philosopher, theologian, and apologist, and his program has really rekindled my interest in apologetics. So I picked up several of his books, including:
Walking From East to West (his memoir about moving from an Eastern religion and culture - India - to a Western religion and culture).
Deliver Us From Evil (about the nature of evil, why it exists, and what led to the greatest atrocities of the 20th century). I'm most excited about this one because I've heard his lecture on how secularization has led to a loss of shame, pluralization to a loss of reason, and privatization to a loss of meaning. It's a fascinating lecture and I'm really looking forward to reading it in the book.
Sorry for the sideways and upside down shots - again, lazy.
Who Made God by Ravi Zacharias and Norman Geisler. This one is a book of short answers to modern questions about faith and apologetics. It has some light philosophy and is a great introduction to apologetics. I'm already a good ways into it.
Best American Short Stories 1996. Unfortunately, I already had this one. I have a list of what I'm missing on my phone, but I left my phone in the car and...yeah, lazy.
One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Even upside down, i think it's a pretty book.
100 Books for Girls to Grow On by Shireen Dodson. Because even grown up girls love to read amazing heroines.
Badass The Birth of a Legend: Spine-Crushing Tales of the Most Merciless Gods, Monsters, Heroes, Villains, and Mythical Creatures Ever Envisioned