November 20: Top Ten Books/Authors I'm Thankful For:
|4. Louisa May Alcott ~ Edgy, real and fabulously feminine. Her range of storytelling is broad and compelling. I love everything from Little Women to her unknown thrillers. Her writing evolves.|
|5. Maeve Binchy ~ Ode to Ireland. Her books are the largest I've read and the hardest to put down. She wove a story like no one else. Her themes are universal and yet deep. I especially love London Transports and The Glass Lake.|
|6. Helen Fielding ~ Who doesn't love Bridget Jones Diary? When it comes to pushing a character out of their comfort zone, Helen Fielding is the most hilarious, real and creative.|
|7. Harper Lee ~ To Kill a Mockingbird is my favorite book so I have to include this in my top ten. This book has every form of drama a reader could want.|
|8. C.S. Lewis ~ Dreamy fantasy settings with a moral aim and deep insightful religious non fiction. His writing runs the gamut and comes out sparkling.|
10. Kristen Billerbeck ~ Charm and wit, Christian and totally chick lit. Love it!
Stop by next week to learn my Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For 2013!