Write Right: Summer Reading

Some summer reading.

Comments

  1. fabulous.

  2. fabulous. (particularly since your picture doesn’t include a toddler trying to knock over the hammock 🙂
     
    happy reading!

    •  @yuvizalkow Thank you!
       
      No, no toddlers anywhere near me. 🙂 I might have my cat in the near future, though, and she can be about as bad as a toddler…

  3. From Tolkein to Shakespeare. That’s some fun reading there. 🙂

    •  @richescorner Isn’t it? 🙂
       
      Who would you include on your summer reading list?

      •  @Erin F.
         Hmmm, if you are a fan of Tolkein and love that rich fantasy world and unique characters, I’d recommend a new author that I love, Patrick Rothfuss.  He’s published two books in a new series that’s a really good read.
         
        For modern literary style, I actually love Stephen King.  He is one of the most descriptive writers out there and really knows how to set a tone.  I don’t normally read the horror genre, but his writing style draws me in.  He also writes science fiction and fantasy novels ala the dark tower series and Under the Dome.
         
        For the classics, although it’s heavier reading, I like Charles Dickens.  One of my favorites is a tale of two cities.  Also Victor Hugo’s, Les Miserables, is a great classic book that I would add to the list.
         

  4. OMG, Erin! You’re amazing! I’m going to hire you soon. Just you wait. It’s a comin’ down the road this autumn. I love your drawing.

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