“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.” ― Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

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I read approximately 3-4 unabridged fiction novels a month. These are a few titles and or authors that I have read in the last few years or so:


Fiction:

 

Stephen King – Carrie, From a Buick 8, Bag of Bones, Dreamcatcher, The Langoliers, Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Dark Tower, The Gunslinger, Cell, Hearts in Alantis, I have read From a Buick 8 about 7 times! I find it a great lesson in Point Of View. Misery, Duma Key.

 

 

 

 

 

Dan Brown – The DaVinci Code

W.E.B. Griffin -The Hostage, Final Justice,

Michael Connelly – Lost Light, Chasing the Dime, City of Bones, A Darkness More Than Night, Blood Work, The Poet, The Lincoln Lawyer, The Overlook,

James Patterson – Along Came a Spider, Kiss The Girls, The Big Bad Wolf, Four Blind Mice,

Violets Are Blue, Roses Are Red, 1st to Die,

2nd Chance, 3rd Degree

Patricia Cornwell – Cause of Death, Unatural Exposure

Ken Follett – White Out, Hornet Flight, Pillars of the Earth

Dean Koontz – The Bad Place, Midnight, Odd Thomas, Forever Odd, Brother Odd, Life Expectancy, Midnight, The Good Guy 

Stephen Coonts – Liberty

Clive Cussler – Sacred Stone

Nora Roberts – Northern Lights

Nicholas Sparks – The Guardian, The Notebook

Tom Clancy – Debt of Honor, Rainbow Six, Red Rabbit, The Cardinal of the Kremlin, The Bear and the Dragon, The Teeth of the Tiger

Nevada Barr – High Country

James Walker – Murder on the Titanic

John Grisham – The Brethern, King of Torts, The Broker, Skipping Christmas, The Last Juror

Michael Crichton – Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Prey, Sphere

Jack Higgins – Bad Company, Midnight Runner

Robert Ludlum – The Borne Identity

Greg Iles – The Footprints of God

Sue Grafton – F is for Fugitive, M is for Malice, O is for Outlaw, Q is for Quarry  

S is for Silence

 

Fanny Flagg – Fried Green Tomatos at the Whistle Stop Cafe

Earnest Heminway – The Old Man and the Sea

Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol

Non Fiction:

The Bible – God

Wild At Heart – John Eldredge

The Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren

On Writing – Stephen King

 

 

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