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11 Books All Aspiring Writers Should Read, Because Spending Time With These Titles is Like a Mini-Workshop

11 Books All Aspiring Writers Should Read, Because Spending Time With These Titles is Like a Mini-Workshop

In "Gilead" by Marilynne Robinson, a novel that President Obama has called one of his favorites, a dying man composes life lessons in a letter to his young son. What results is a moving consideration of the role of religion and spirituality within each of us. Click through for more of the books every woman should read.

In "Gilead" by Marilynne Robinson, a novel that President Obama has called one of his favorites, a dying man composes life lessons in a letter to his young son. What results is a moving consideration of the role of religion and spirituality within each of us. Click through for more of the books every woman should read.

An incredibly good novel, subtle in overtones, written with sensitivity and artistic consideration.  Folded back more pages than I'll be able to quote anywhere.

An incredibly good novel, subtle in overtones, written with sensitivity and artistic consideration. Folded back more pages than I'll be able to quote anywhere.

Gilead: A Novel: Marilynne Robinson: 9780312424404: Amazon.com: Books pulitzer prize winner

Gilead: A Novel: Marilynne Robinson: 9780312424404: Amazon.com: Books pulitzer prize winner

Gilead: A Novel by Marilynne Robinson (247 p.) - Quite good. Not an edge-of-your-seat page turner but good in the way of listening to the rain hit a tin roof, very calming. I found a lot of wisdom in this book.

Gilead: A Novel by Marilynne Robinson (247 p.) - Quite good. Not an edge-of-your-seat page turner but good in the way of listening to the rain hit a tin roof, very calming. I found a lot of wisdom in this book.

Gilead is one of those books that on the surface looks pretty boring.  But the author makes the story so rich, I couldn't help but sigh at the end--the kind of happy sigh that comes from reading something so beautifully done, you're happy to be a part of it.

Gilead is one of those books that on the surface looks pretty boring. But the author makes the story so rich, I couldn't help but sigh at the end--the kind of happy sigh that comes from reading something so beautifully done, you're happy to be a part of it.

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