Have you ever measured the quality of a book by the intensity of the dream you have about the characters in the book?
You know that it is time to re-read a book when you find yourself dreaming about the characters. I am an avid reader. I will read most genres. I often dream about what the Antagonist is going to do next. When that happens, I know its time to finish the book or re-read the book.
The character that I dream about is Alex Cross in James Patterson’s books. You guessed right. I have read most of James Patterson books. What’s your all-time favorite author? Share in the comment section.
Tyler Perry played Alex Cross in the movie. Absolutely awesome!
Books touch you in such a way that you allow them to invade your inner thoughts. You wonder what you would do in a similar situation and can’t resolve until you come up with your ending.
Books make you laugh. They even bring out the worst in you. Sometimes, you will find yourself talking out loud at the characters. Other times, you are reaching for a tissue to wipe the tears and dripping from your nose. Mingled among those reactions could be a few curse words. Your heart is beating so hard from fear that you jump up and turn all the lights on in the house.
Then comes the deep breath when it’s all said and done.
When I kick off my shoes, I am really into a book
Or, do you identify so with a character in a TV series that you wonder and dream about what he/she will do next? My favorite characters of all times on a TV show are Jason and Sonny on General Hospital.
Jason and then Sonny
Who is your favorite TV character in a series? Share in the comment section. Let’s see what we have in common.
I am looking for that up and coming author who can keep me reading their books like James Patterson. I may have found the next dream invaders.
Which up and coming author’s books speak to you in such a way that you keep coming back for more? Share in the comment section.
I read both fiction and non-fiction books. I read books about effective management and leadership techniques while employed. I also read many books on how to prepare your financial nest egg for retirement. I would sprinkle a few memoirs in the mix. I read the books my children and grandchild read in school which was one of my reading priorities. Books about historical events did not capture my fancy. It’s not to say that they were not important, it’s that I focus on being the best I could be at what I did. Continuous learning was important to me and remains a top priority.
Crossword puzzles and Word Finds traveled with me on business trips.
Oh, but NOW!
Come back later this week to find out what I like to read now.