I am thinking. Which can be problematic for me sometimes. LOL
If you are a writer, you might be a reader. Not just a “one book at a time reader” either.
How many of you raised your hands?
I just finished five books, and yes I have been reading two at a time. Yes, I am writing my third novel. Yes, I am trying to blog. That is why my third novel is not done. Another LOL!
But I decided to share these with you because I did find value in them. I may even have to have a page on my blog/website to share more often. I will provide links as well.
I just finished Jodi Picoult’s
Hardback: The Storyteller
Kindle Edition:The Storyteller
Paperback: The Storyteller
Audible Trial:The Storyteller
It was a story that was woven into three stories. I had to stay focused, but it was not hard to do. I actually took a trip and “listened” to part of it on audiobook, which was a first. I told my son I actually crossed over to the “dark side” since he and his wife read this way all the time. However, I ended up finishing it the old fashioned way.
Everyone reads books and gets different messages. The book’s main focus was on the Holocaust. The book contained different characters from different times in history with fact and fiction mixed within. In my opinion, the question of evil and whether we are all capable was woven throughout. But the focus on grace and forgiveness were paramount in my opinion.
May be worth a read!
I just finished Karen Kingsbury’s Angels Walking Series
I will offer some info about it next time!
~Be Encouraged Today
2 thoughts on “Encouraging Fiction/Non Fiction”
Right on! I absolutely love Jodi Picoult. She’s such an intelligent writer with so many “What if . . .” themes. One that always stood out was her book “18 Minutes.” Keep reading and writing my friend, ❤
I read that book, it was great. She really makes you think. Just finished a David Baldacci book…”One Summer.” It was great too. And I have kept writing, it is inspiration for sure! Thanks for the encouragement.
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