Ladies and Gents, I give you: a glimpse inside my pre-blogger life. *applauds*
*cough* Ok, on with the list.
1) The Squires Tales by Gerald Morris. A humorous version of King Arthur.
2) The Ramsey Scallop (and the Beduins Gazelle) by France Temple. Temple takes “insignificant” times in history and makes them intriguing.
3) The Giver by Lois Lowry. This book is to blame for my love of dystopians.
4) The Christy Miller series by Robin Jones Gunn. The perfect book series for a pre-teen girl.
6) The Carter House Girls by Melody Carlson. I pretty much read anything this woman wrote.
7) Tracie Peterson. I won’t even bother listing titles; I devoured almost everything she ever published (but as a reference, The Broadmoor Legacy is the best).
8) It’s All About Us series by Shelley Adina. Don’t let the title fool you- this series is clean Christian fiction (my favorite title: Be Strong and Curvaceous). Their doppelgänger series is The Carter House Girls.
9) Julie Klassen’s books. All of them. She’s still one of my favorite historical authors of all time.