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My college roommate had everything she’d ever written and she let me borrow them as long as I treated them very, very nicely.
The Princess, Sophie’s Heart, and Bamboo & Lace have remained some of my favorite books. Water, I suppose, since I do a lot of reading while on the treadmill or stationary bike.
More than one Karen Witemeyer book graces that shelf along with Trish Perry’s The Guy I’m Not Dating.
And if you are, what are some of the books you have read over and over? I have a bookcase in my room with several old friends that I have been known to return to on occasion.
I hated even stopping for gas because I had to pause it. From a technical perspective poor (or nonexistant) editing can make it very difficult to get lost in a book.
The book hadn’t finished when I got home, so I ended up buying it on ebook and staying up late to read it. No matter how good the premise is, if it’s not enough to get me to overlook the typos and inconsistencies, I’m putting it down. The story has to keep going and take me along for the ride.
Which factors most influence your selection of a book?But I’ve completed a well-paced book even when the story was only mediocre. It’s a bit heavy on the older books at the moment because a local bookstore had a big clearance sale when they rearranged and I found a bag of books from RWA 2013 hiding in my closet.” What are some of your favourite CF reads from around 10 years ago, or further back?I was introduced to Christian fiction through Lori Wick.My preference, of course, would be to read for hours on end. Also, there are sometimes great stories that simply don’t have enough substance to carry 350 pages.Unfortunately life intervenes and I have to do things like make dinner and wash clothes. And my Kindle props nicely against a pillow while I fold towels. Are you faithful to a genre, an author, or simply quality writing?