Thursday, June 22, 2017

My Dusty Bookshelves #MFRW Authors #25

What are my favorite books to read?
Since I'm involved in VBS (Vacation Bible School-does that shock you?  LMAO!), this post will have to be short, since I stupidly volunteered to create the 1st newsletter!  I've been photographer, Snack Lady, and Keeper of Wayward whistles/name tags/Golden Ticket7s.   And in some instances, that pest who's always got her camera trained to capture every spontaneous moment....

So, in no particular order, the books which, no matter how often I read them, never get old.

1)  James Michenor's Hawaii
2)  Little Women
3)  Dana Fuller Ross's Wagons West series (though Colorado and California have similar plots)
4)  Key Trilogy by Nora Roberts
5)  Born Trilogy by NR
6)  Access Denied by Jacqueline Roth
7)  Brotherly Bonds by Brynn Paulin
8)  Woman of Substance series
9)  Winds of War/War and Remembrance by Herman Wouk
10) The Dutchess by Jude Deveraux
11) Separate Beds by Lavyrle Spencer
12) Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4)

What are yours?  What about others?  Go here

8 comments:

Sherry Lewis said...

Good list! Some of them are familiar treasures, others are new to me. I'm adding to my "want to read" list with every new blog post today.

Helen Henderson said...

Interesting list. I'd forgotten Mitchner. Went through his stuff back in the day.

maryjdresselbooks.com said...

Wow, you've put together a great list. I'll be adding some of these to my own TBR pile.

Ed Hoornaert said...

So many good books that I haven't read. Truly, I need to live to the age of 100 or more.

Molly Daniels said...

*ahem* Kenzie, you left out a few....
1) Shadows by John Saul
2) The Sisterhood by Michael Palmer
3) Robin Cook
4) Men In Blue series by W.E.B. Griffin
5) Honey Bunch
6) Cherry Ames
7) Vicki Barr
8) Dana Girls
9) Beverly Cleary
10)Lois Lenski
11)Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy
12) Berkely Breathed's Bloom County comics

Alina K. Field said...

Gosh, my blog list was shorter than yours because I was organizing my daughter's baby shower! This was a great topic, and I can see I have a lot more reading to do.

Meka James said...

This was the week for quick posts for a few of us. Hope you survived VBS! I'm playing catch up on my reading right now from last week's posts.

Kenzie Michaels said...

Thanks everyone!
@Meka: Yes, I survived VBS:) Everyone loved the newsletter, so guess that's my job from now on, in addition to snacks!

@Molly: I also left off James Patterson. Thanks for the reminder!