For me, the next two weeks = busy. Partly because of a little weekend getaway with my husband, and partly because of a big, exciting, enormously fun writer’s conference. So some of my posts are going to be short, and my responses might lag behind my normal response speed (but don’t worry, I’ll still respond).
Today’s quick thought: When is the last time you read something that resonated so loudly, that even if you never read it again, you will always remember it? And since we’re discussing when, let’s also discuss what. Share titles, please!
Mine: I was really lucky to be allowed to read Elana Johnson’sSurrender before it has actually hit bookshelves. This one really struck me for a few reasons. Mainly, I think, because it’s about people deciding for themselves what they believe is right and wrong, regardless of what society, and even their parents, insist on forcing them to do. In many ways, I can identify with the main characters, Raine, and Gunner, on a core level.
Also, I *heart, heart, heart* Gunner’s voice.
The book comes out June 5th. I highly recommend you preorder it. You won’t be sorry.
What about you? What’s your current resonating read?