Long before I became a writer, I was a reader. When I was in school, I frequented the library to check out books. Later, I began to visit the local bookstore where I would browse the shelves and often purchase paperbacks. One particular summer, I would hurry home from work, grab an ice cold beverage, and head outside to a hammock with a book in hand. There I would read for hours.
I still enjoy reading when I have the time, especially fiction. And although most of my books are now in electronic format, I still have a few of my favorites in hardback and paperback. Today, I’m a guest of author D. S. Nelson for her regular feature, What’s on Your Bookshelf. For a look at what’s on my shelf, click here.