"Chronicles of Narnia", because it showed me something I might want to do. And to write about.
A Wrinkle in Time (Madeline Le'Engle), When I read this, it blew my idea of God and what He's capable of wide open.
Every book touches me someway or another.
Hadassah from A Voice in the Wind. She showed me true strength is often found in quietness and forbearance.
Logavina Street - Barbara Demick. Non fiction story about Sarajevo during the conflict in Bosnia. Humbling and beautifully written.
Reformation by Amy Brock McNew.
Laura A. Grace
The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe. I fell in love with the fantasy genre with this book.
The Secret Kingdom by Jenny Nimmo. People who have ever had a close relationship with a pet will understand this one. The ending was heartbreaking. I ugly cried over a camel.
White Wolf and the Ash Princess by Tammy Lash melted my heart when I read it, which was at a low point in my life when I needed to forgive someone who had betrayed me, just like the protagonists in this beautiful story.
Katy Huth Jones
White Wolf and the Ash Princess by Tammy Lash really touched me because the character went through such a meaningful transformation over the course of the book. I was so proud of her (and a bit teary-eyed!) by the end.
The Little Prince. I was having a rough year and trying to figure out why I'd been given emotions I couldn't handle. This book told me sometimes love is its own reward, its own purpose, and yeah, it hurts to be tamed, but it makes the whole world more beautiful.
H. L. Burke
A blog about all things fantasy from the elements we all love to how to write it. Posts are from our very own Fellowship of Fantasy authors.