|Lynda's Book Lists|
|Great Books (3 titles)
Some old, some new, all wonderful
|Great Minnesota Writers (7 titles)
These are all great writers, whether they're from Minnesota or not.
|Not just for kids (4 titles)
Some of my favorite books are meant for the younger set, but no matter what you age, these will make you smile
|Books that make me smile (6 titles)
Reading is usually enough to cheer me up when I'm feeling down, but these books give me an extra boost
|Books that scare me (in a good way) (4 titles)
Just the thing for curling up with on a cold night, with the wind whistling outside and a branch scratching against the window (as long as the lights are on and there's somebody home with you, that is!)
|Books for aspiring writers (6 titles)
Recommended for people who want to write, or who just want to daydream about writing.
|Lake Wobegon days |
by Keillor, Garrison
Great MN humor! posted Feb 20, 2007 at 11:58AM
|Back when we were grownups |
by Tyler, Anne.
Anne Tyler was BORN in Minnesota, so I'm counting her as a MN writer! posted Feb 20, 2007 at 11:57AM
|The Cape Ann |
by Sullivan, Faith.
Start with this book, then read "The Empress of One", and then her most recent "Gardenias" -- beautiful! posted Feb 20, 2007 at 11:57AM
|Welcome to the great mysterious |
by Landvik, Lorna, 1954-
Another great and prolific writer -- any of her books are winners! posted Feb 20, 2007 at 11:56AM
by Hassler, Jon.
Jon Hassler has written so many great books (and I love them all) - it would take too long to list them all. My advice -- you can't go wrong with reading one of his novels. posted Feb 20, 2007 at 11:55AM