30 Day Writing Challenge ~ Day 14

Hello Peoples! Reader’s of the magazine, Bella Grace Sep/Oct/Nov 2019 submitted a list of forty-eight (48) books that carried them through tough times. 

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I thought I would list six (6) books that have been an encouragement, inspiration to me or have carried me through tough times.

1.) The Bible 

Without a doubt, the Bible is my number one choice. It inspires, edifies, encourages, gives me hope, points the way, tells true stories of faith and so much more!  🙂  There are parables and if you haven’t read this amazing book, you should!

2.) The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis

To step through the wardrobe into a wondrous land, where one meets new friends, with multiple adventures, where Aslan reigns.  🙂

Quiz: Which character from the Chronicles of Narnia are you? I got Aslan! < well what do ya know...

3.) The Mitford Series by Jan Karon

A place to call home.

4.) Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

These books just make me SMILE.  🙂

Anne of Green Gables (1985) GOSH!! I love these films so much!! Anne and Gilbert are literary the cutest …

5.) This Rough Magic by Mary Stewart

Anytime I want to travel to Corfu and read a well written mystery, I read, This Rough Magic! Our leading lady has strength and stamina.

6.) Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

It’s tough times, romance, creepy experiences and Jane Eyre had exceptional moral strength.

Michael Fassbender (Mr. Edward Fairfax Rochester) & Mia Wasikowska (Jane Eyre) - Jane Eyre (2011) #charlottebronte #caryfukunaga

What books have carried you through tough times?

Much love ~

Kathy

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