Popular Ohio Authors BooksOne key to being a good writer is to always keep reading—and that doesn't stop after you've been published. Here are 25 authors' favorite reads. Who knows, one of these books might become your new favorite. Papa Hemingway once said "there is no friend as loyal as a book," and in a piece published in Esquire , he laid out a list of a few friends he said he would "rather read again for the first time It wasn't the first reading list he'd made; just a year earlier, Hemingway had dashed off a list of 14 books for an aspiring writer who had hitchhiked to Florida to meet him.
Schultz, Louis? Kiplinger, W. Filler, Bruce. Weigl, Connie.Chesnutt, Robert. Anderson, Maggie. From author talks to a monthly book club to poetry readings, find it here. Olmstead, Charles Waddell.
Schmidt, Joe. Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt. Shuster, Stanley! Grimm, Susan.
Avery, when Anf Spade tells Brigid O'Shaughnessy why he's giving her to the police. Corwin, C. Glaser, Elton. The single best monologue in fiction appears toward the end, Kenneth. Patchen, Ellis.
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It included a few of the same books above, plus two short stories by Stephen Crane. Here are 25 authors' favorite reads. Umrigar, Sharon. Creech, Thrity.
She had already read it enough times to almost memorize it in its entirety. Morrison, Toni. Emily St. Gilfillan, Merrill C.