Since I was asked to share some of my favorite Pansy books, I thought I’d just give you a whole post about them.
It is impossible for me to pick a favorite book by my favorite author. (You should try to do it after reading 70+ books by one author!) So here are my top
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Just know that these are not listed in any order except how I think of them. 🙂 The titles all link to the kindle version of the book and most of them are $.99 so if you are wanting some really good, yet not expensive books to read on your kindle, try these.
Or you can get the first 3 Chautauqua books for $.99 here.
(This book ties the Chautauqua series and the Ester Ried series together.)
6. The King’s Daughter (audio)
This is the 2nd of the Esther Ried books though you won’t see any connection until book 4.
7. Mag and Margaret (audio)
8. Jessie Wells
9. Helen Lester
11. Three People
You can get the kindle version of this for FREE!
12. Man of the House
Oh, dear! This is too hard! And I haven’t even mentioned
And I really could go on and on and on. Can I just mention them all? Oh, and what about the Golden Text series? I can’t forget them!
As you can see, it is really difficult to pick just one or two or even six or ten favorite books! Isabella Alden has such a way of creating characters that you can relate to even if they “lived” one hundred years ago. I often find myself wondering how Pansy would have written a scene in some other book I’m reading, or recalling some of the lessons her characters learned when I’m writing my own books.
What books have influenced your writing the most?