The Importance of Readers

I started this month’s theme which focused on readers with a guest post, “The Importance of Fiction,” on author M. Liz Boyle’s site, and decided to conclude with the importance of readers. The importance of readers to an author can’t be overstated or underestimated. In fact, it’s readers that turn a writer into an author…. Continue Reading →

Rescue Reads

What have been your rescue reads? These are books that helped you through a difficult time. As a Christian, the Bible is my ultimate rescue read, but I’d like today’s prompt to focus on fiction. What works of fiction rescued you? Shortly after I was married, moved to a new city, and began looking for… Continue Reading →

Help for a Reluctant Reader

This may seem weird for an author to admit but I’m looking for help for a reluctant reader. And I’m the reluctant one. For the past six months or so, I’ve found it extremely difficult to sit down with a book and enjoy it. Finishing a novel is almost impossible. I think the problem stems… Continue Reading →

Do You Read in Time?

Do you read in time? By that, I mean do you read stories in the month or season in which they are set? Most readers have their favorite Christmas and Halloween stories that they reread around those holidays. Since I love mysteries, and for some reason Christmas and mysteries like to hang out for the… Continue Reading →

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