21 January, 2022

LitStaff Pick: Favorite 'Colorful' Books

Good writers, if they know what they’re doing, paint pictures with the stories they tell. Theirs are the most vivid, the most abstract, and those visionary ideas, plots and characters leave indelible impressions on our memories. Sometimes you can even glean an idea of the worlds you are about to enter through the titles of the novels.

This week, our staff pick is about those vivid stories that shine and brightly color their pages: Our Favorite ‘Colorful’ Books. What do you think, LitStackers? Are your favorites on our list? Let us know in  the comments. We want to hear from you!

1 thought on “LitStaff Pick: Favorite 'Colorful' Books

  1. I just added "Gift of the Red Bird", "The Blue Cotton Gown" and "Olive's Ocean" to my reading list. Kudos to the contributors who told us about "colorful" titles that may not be in the mainstream public consciousness. I'd never heard of two of these.

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