This week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is Book Covers with Fall Colors/Vibes, but I’ve done something similar for this prompt at least twice. So instead, here’s another alphabetical post.
- Credit Alex for the idea, and link back
- Post at your own pace, do as many or as few letters as you want
- Post your favourite authors, books and characters (ABCs) for a particular letter of the alphabet
W was pretty easy to find lots of options for. I’m a little worried about the next three letters, though.
Mary Weber: I love Mary and her books. She’s such an uplifting person and her books always packs a punch… to the heart.
Laura Ingalls Wilder: I “grew up” alongside Laura and family. I will always love these books and their sense of adventure.
Jill Williamson: I didn’t know there could be good Christian fantasy books until I read Jill’s books. I need to read more of them soon!
Lauren Wolk: Lauren’s books are so important and heart-wrenching and well written. I’ll read anything else she writes.
The War that Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley: This book ripped my heart out, galloped over it with a horse, and tried to put it back together. Such a compelling, interesting look at World War II in Britain.
Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin: I love altered history and this one is so interesting. Plus, who doesn’t want to read about a Jewish girl wanting to kill Hitler?
Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk: I don’t know why three of these books are about World War II, but this one also wrecked me. You should read it.
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle: I love this book. There are too many things about this book I love that it would take its own list to explain. I hope I can write books as great as Madeleine L’Engle someday.
Winnie-the-Pooh from Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. Milne: Okay, but who doesn’t love this silly old bear?
Winry Rockbell from Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa: I love Winry so much. I love that she defies female stereotypes and doesn’t put up with Ed and Al’s crap. Plus, she’s just so adorable.
Wolf from The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer: So the idea of mutant wolf people is terrifying, but gosh, Wolf is just the biggest cinnamon roll ever. I love his loyalty and his determination and just everything about him.
Emma Woodhouse from Emma by Jane Austen: I know that Aunt Jane created Emma purposefully so nobody would like her, but Emma is hilarious and ridiculous. I love how wrong she always is. It’s great.