The Booker Award…


My fellow blogger Christi Gerstle at Novel Conclusions (http://novelconclusions.wordpress.com/about/) has been kind enough to award me this award. You will find her blog interesting as well as fun, covering a multitude of aspects of this writing life we live – pop on over.

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Now for the award rules : The Booker Award is for book and literary blogs that are at least 50% about books, reading, etc.  On being awarded with the Booker Award, you must share your top five books (and that’s the trouble!) How does a book fanatic chose only five? Each decade of my life I have had books I re-read time and time again and I can assure you that would be a very long list. So I am going to list the ones I return to because they delight me. You will notice one is a children’s book and I’m not ashamed to admit I still love reading it.

1. Stig of the Dump by Clive King

2. The Dome by Stephen King

3. Ferney by James Long

4. The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton

5. The Lilac Bus by Maeve Binchy

Now the next hard question…who is your favorite author and why?

I will have to say Stephen King tops my particular bill. His expertise in creating a relationship between reader and character has me in awe. Each character, whether good or bad provokes a reaction and that is great writing.

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I struggled with this question. Which is your favorite genre?

To be truthful I don’t have one favorite. I read what appeals at the time I am browsing the shelves but I don’t seem to read mysteries. Not sure why.

Now the fun part choosing who I can share this award with…

Linda at http://wildhorse33.wordpress.com/

Vikki at  http://the-view-outside.com/

Jennifer at  http://jennifermeaton.com/

Rebecca at  http://rebeccaberto.com/

Ed at http://cpbialois.wordpress.com/about/

Have fun with it people…

7 thoughts on “The Booker Award…

  1. You’ve reminded me of my years-ago-love of Maeve Binchy books. Did you ever read Circle of Friends? The emotions in that book still ring true in my memory even though I read it probably a decade ago.

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