Fallback Fiction – The books we never, ever tire of reading
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Reading is one of those necessary activities in my life. If I haven’t been able to get to the library or borrow a bestseller from a friend, I almost always end up with Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird in hand. An important message told in a voice that remains in your subconscious for days, it is the literary equivalent of putting a cool compress on a bad headache, and should be required reading for anyone in a bad mood.
~Lisa Riley Emig
7 thoughts on “Fallback Fiction – The books we never, ever tire of reading”
I agree, Brian!
That is because you are one HOOPY frood!
such great picks everyone! Laura, Lisa, Elisha – heart those especially.
Bryan, I've only read it once, but I, too, love King's On Writing.
Ditto…the book is worth the read for the diatribe against adverbs alone!
Great picks! Most I know…a few I need to meet. Thanks for the introduction!
Some truly amazing choices, guys. Really, I'm impressed!
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