Do you ever decide to write a book, then at some point during the revisions, look at it and say, wow, I made this really hard on myself?
Has anyone ever told you that fiction doesn’t matter?
I read Tana French’s latest novel and… Continue reading
The week back from vacation can be rough..
Hello, I’m back!
Happy first day of fall!
There are a lot of elements that make up an excellent book.
To celebrate, I’d like to pay something of an homage to my favorite female writers. The following women are everything I aspire to be as a writer. Also, from what I’ve heard, they’re pretty cool people, too.
Jennifer Niven Starting off this list with my newest fave. I’ve only read one of her books so far, and loved it, so suffice to say I’ll be reading her other stuff just as soon as I get my hands on it.
Marisa de los Santos I haven’t read her in a while—been on a YA kick for the past year or so—but she’s an absolutely gorgeous writer who you should check out. Start with this book.
Stephanie Perkins Her books are these beautifully-written, entertaining looks at young love. I talk about my love for her books here.
Lauren Oliver Everything this woman writes is pure gold. And I’m pretty sure she’s like, my age.
JK Rowling Self-explanatory. Not only am I huge Harry Potter nerd but this woman continues to inspire me with everything she says and does.
Tana French Otherwise known as the writer of some of my favorite books of all time. She is, quite simply put, the most beautiful writer I’ve ever encountered. Her character studies are unparalleled. Also, she’s Irish! (I love Irish people). You can read me gushing about her here.
Any other amazing lady writers I’ve missed? Let me know!
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