I wanted to write you a great blog post today, something with depth and provoking thought and, you know, impressive. I mean, this is the week my book is out and you’d think I’d have all sorts of opinions about things, but apparently my brain cells leaked out my ears and the only two left behind are debating the merits of sleep vs. chocolate (chocolate is in the lead). There are about three billion things to do between stuff for the book and stuff for the construction business and stuff for the family and that doesn’t even include polishing book two and writing book three and I need to recharge, mentally.
What book did you read that just really revitalized you? Made you want to tear into writing again, gave you that boost, or, if you’re not a writer, just made you look at the world differently, changed your perspective, made you able to either appreciate something more or grasp something better. It doesn’t have to be your favorite book or author or what you necessarily think was the best written — just something that rocked you or gave you such a pleasure reading it, you set it down reluctantly and wish you could have that experience of reading it for the first time all over again? My sad little brain cells are desperate, people, so chime in.
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