Personally I love the One Year Bible and have been using it for several years. If you read it every day (and it gives you the dates and has the text to read there) for just 15-20 minutes a day you'll have read the whole thing in one year. It has a section from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs every day. My husband and I have been doing this plan for like 5 years and I can't tell you how much we have benefited from it.They have it available in pretty much every major translation out there; I do read and recommend the ESV for both its beauty and accuracy but there are many good ones (The NASB is another very accurate translation). You can get it new in a bookstore for like $20 or get it used off Amazon.com for maybe 1/4 of that.
There's also a One Year Chronological Bible which starts in Genesis and goes straight through (though it changes the order of things somewhat, the Bible isn't in chronological order, particularly the Old Testament). We alternate between that and the regular plan every year, but I honestly wouldn't recommend it for your first year through though I do love it. I say that because I think as a new believer it would be good for you to have some New Testament every day in your plan so that you can always be reminded that the ENTIRE BIBLE is about Jesus. It's always about Jesus.
I actually found something today that really excited me. I was buying the ESV audio bible for a friend and when searching for ESV on Itunes I found that there's a One Year Bible free podcast for the ESV and the narrator is *awesome*. His name is David Cochran Heath and he's appropriately serious about the whole matter and not all ridiculously overdramatic as I find many Bible narrators to be. If you have Itunes and search ESV it should pull right up though the podcast is called "Every day in the Word". I'm sure there are other translations out there that also have podcasts for a Bible reading plan, but I was thrilled to find this one. By the way, if you don't have Itunes, it is also free to download.