Booking It–Old School Back to Blog
I did not forget my Booking It post today–yay! And right now, I want to chat about keeper books. Those books with the very wrinkled spines and the thumbed pages that I re-read over and over because I know that I’ll always get a fabulous story. I have so many keeper books that they are overflowing from the shelves. And this is after I thinned down after our move last year.
I’ve got all kinds of romance sub-genres on my keeper shelves: historicals, paranormals, contemporaries. I’ve got Linda Howard’s series books (though I recently loaned a few of those to a friend who’d missed out on those early stories; I had to catch her up!), I’ve got Nora Roberts’s series–including those great witches, and I’ve got some real old school Elizabeth Lowell and Jayne Ann Krentz. At one point, I went on a serious romance scavenger hunt and found all of JAK’s old titles. Still have ’em.
But what’s on your shelves? Do you have one book that stands out above all the others? I don’t know if I do. I have so many favorites, but I can’t name one book that I love above all the others.
And a quick note…I’m going to post writing-related posts for the rest of the week (except on my Wednesday interview day). If there is a specific topic you’d like me to cover, feel free to post in the comments.
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