Bookshelf

Below you will find lists of books either people should read, ones I love, ones girls should read, ones guys should read…. Just a collaboration of books to love,  etc.

Books on my shelf that I love, use for writing, and read at least once a year, or parts of the book.

 

 

Books for Everyone

  1. The Three Musketeers  by Alexander Dumas
  2. Harry Potter (series)  by J. K. Rowling
  3. Selected Poems by Robert Frost
  4. Selected Poems by Emily Dickinson
  5. Much Ado About Nothing  by William Shakespeare
  6. Lady of the Lake  by Sir Walter Scott
  7. On Writing  by Stephen King
  8. The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis

 

Books Women and Girls Will Like

  1. Sorcery and Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot  by Patricia C. Wrede  and Caroline Stevermer
  2. The Grand Tour or The Purloined Coronation Regalia by Patricia C. Wrede and Caroline Stevermer
  3. The Sea is Blue  by Marjory Lawson

 

3 thoughts on “Bookshelf

  1. I enjoy reading (when I have time in my busy life) and I’m always looking for suggestions! I’ll be sure to check out some of the books under ‘books women and girls will like’.
    Also, I just read the post about running your first mile, congrats! It’s very easy to get discouraged because running is full of ups and downs. Ups when you feel great, downs when everything hurts. Take it one day at a time and hopefully it becomes something you enjoy doing on a regular basis. Take it from someone training for their first half marathon.
    Good luck!

    • I haven’t updated my Bookshelf page in a while and I really need to. I hope those books are something you like. I’m always on the lookout for new fun books too. not that I have time either to read much.

      • Half-marathon is 13.1 miles. Full is… you guess it 26.2! Someday I would like to complete a full, but I’m just trying to get into the groove of running first :) Walking or running are both excellent forms of exercise, so if running is just taking its toll, there are plenty of other options out there :) Someday I won’t be running anymore, but I will probably always be swimming.

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