15 Fiction Books That Made An Impact On My Life

I enjoying reading quite a bit and I also read a wide variety of genres and authors. Over the past 15 years or so, my taste for books has become more refined. I now choose books that make me think, or laugh or stand up to take action or…wonder. This got me to compile a list of books that I’ve read and that made an impact. This week I’ll start with Fiction.

So….here’s my 2 cents on fiction books with impact.

1. The Clan of the Cave Bear * by Jean M. Auel
2. We Were the Mulvaneys * By Joyce Carol Oats
3. The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood * By Rebecca Wells
4. The Hours * By Michael Cunningham
5. Love Story * by Erich Segal
6. Ya-Ya’s in Bloom * by Rebecca Wells
7. Complete Works of Shakespeare (Bought in England by my Grandma for my Father who latter gave to me) * By William Shakespeare
8. Alice in Wonderland * By Lewis Carroll
9. Love You Forever * by Robert munsch
10. A Charlie Brown Christmas * by Charles M. Schulz
11. The Outsiders * by S. E. Hinton
12. Fall on Your Knees * by Ann-Marie MacDonald
13. A Map of the World * by Jane Hamilton
14. Mother of Pearl * by Melinda Haynes
15. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone * by J.K. Rolling

What books made an impact on your life?

Have you read a book lately?

Until next time… Make each day count!

Be Open,

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3 Comments on “15 Fiction Books That Made An Impact On My Life”

  1. shareleann Says:

    Great list! A few books that had an impact on my life have been
    Good Grief – Lolly Winston
    Farewell, My Subaru – Doug Fine (non fiction)

  2. Nicole Rousselle Says:

    Thanks for the comments and the great books to read tips Shaeleann!

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