Here's what I read this month, plus one addictive thing that kept me from reading as fast as usual.
This blog post includes suggestions from readers about the books they plan to read in 2021, plus a little bit of eye candy.
This year I read a total of 52 books (so far). Here's a list of my favorites.
DeBartolo took my breath away and shattered my heart when I read her other book, God Shaped Hole, and so I went into Sorrow knowing I'd be changed. I had no idea how much, though.
If you’re a writer and ready to give up, read this first. Photo: Viktoriya Bezhan / Shutterstock I know you’re tired. I know you have times when you wonder what the point is. You wake up early, stare at that blank page, and aren’t sure why you even bother. You have things you want to say, … Continue reading What’s the Point of Writing?
Tiger Lily is the girl I want to be when I grow up. Brave in spite of her fear, bold in standing up for those who had no voice, humble in her accomplishments, and open to the lessons in hardships she experienced....
Some romance novels take my breath away, but not always in a good way.
With Halloween right around the corner, conjure up a night of bewitching stories with these magical, eerie, thrilling, and spellbinding books.
To get you ready for National Novel Writing Month, here are my favorite books on writing and creativity.
Leaving Time is the 70th book I've read in my journey to 100, and a story that beautifully weaves the story of elephants into the mystery of a woman's disappearance.