They say that good writers begin as good readers. I like to read and I do quite a lot of it. However, I have hangups in my reading.
I'm that person who goes to a restaurant and orders the same thing every time. I'm a creature of habit. I like certain genres and favor particular authors at the exclusion of others.
In an attempt to diversify my reading repertoire, I will be reading through the alphabet. No, not my A,B,Cs. I'm past that point.
In this case, each letter will represent a genre or theme. Some I will love and be completely familiar with, others will be a challenge.
I'm going to give everything a fair chance and see what I can learn along the way.
None of my posts will contain affiliate links or purchase links. It's not about that.
This is about the act of reading. This series will enable me to stretch myself and discover more about my style and identity as an author as I explore the methods and voice of other writers.
Join me as I work my way through the alphabet.
Up first, "A is for Amish Fiction".
I've chosen my book and I'll begin reading soon. Once I complete it, we'll get this series started.
In the meantime, is this a genre you enjoy?
If so, who is your favorite Amish Fiction author? Do you have a favorite book in this genre? Tell me about it in the comments.