Darlings I know that many of you are avid readers so this fall I thought we could come together for something really special!
First, I need to tell you how much I love to read. I LOVE reading. It’s something I can do anywhere. I can travel with my books easily and it’s a great way to unwind. Sure I love Netflix and the History Channel and watching the news, but there’s nothing like a good book. And is there anything more picturesque than cuddling up with a warm soft blanket and your hot beverage of choice( mine is obviously fresh coffee! But maybe you prefer tea or cider) and a riveting book in the fall?
Historical fiction is what catches my eye the most and my favorite sub-genre is rather unique. I love tales of the settling of America. I love the American author James Michener’s books for example. He wrote historical fiction that centered on multi-generational family sagas about a specific location. His books include “Texas,” “Chesapeake,” “The Source,” and “Hawaii.” He would slip in a lot of history which I really enjoyed. But that’s just me dear readers and I want to hear from you.
For our special project I want to create a reading list full of books for fall that I can share with all of you based on YOUR recommendations. So tell me what you read!
Is it fiction? Is it non-fiction? Is it about romance or about war? Is it about nature or big cities? Maybe you love mysteries or autobiographies? Share with me your favorites so that I can share it with the rest of my dear readers. And darlings it doesn’t have to be a new book. There are so many books that are older that may have been overlooked so no submission is too “obvious.” If you love it and you think other HoneyGood.com readers would love it too send it in!
In your submission include your name, the title of the book, the book’s author and why you LOVE it and when I put together the list I’ll be sure to get in touch so you can share your submission. It will be our first Honey’s reading list because isn’t it always better when we share our great finds with one another, dear readers? And who knows what you may like better than this fabulous sisterhood?!
“Our” reading list will be published in early November so comment on this post, on Facebook, or send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org!
I can’t wait to hear your recommendations and head to the bookstore for some new reads!