Ultimate thing

I know that books seem like the ultimate thing that’s made by one person, but that’s not true. Every reading of a book is a collaboration between the reader and the writer who are making the story up together.

John Green

Not long ago I read a book “Change of Pace” written by Fia Essen. I follow her blog (https://essenfia.wordpress.com/) from moment of its discovery by me and I enjoy her style of writing.

The book led me from New York where I live last 40 years to an island that I’ve never visited. It showed me people of several generations with all their ups and downs, with tremendous capacity for love and friendship.

These people were real for me. They learned how to overcome all difficulties, how to build their happiness.

I am a speed reader from childhood but I often read books slowly to enjoy them fully. I read the book and lived with people in it.

Surely, I recommend you to read “Change of Pace”.

Today Fia notified me that her new book “Ariel” is already on Amazon.

Here are links to it:

Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Ariel-Fia-Essen-ebook/dp/B00VGVZGCO

Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25264738-ariel

I will start reading “Ariel” tonight. Hope you’ll read both books too.

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 WRITERS ARE BUILDERS OF HAPPINESS

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11 thoughts on “Ultimate thing

  1. Thank you for this wonderfully supportive post. I’m thrilled to bits that you enjoyed “Change of Pace”. For me, the knowledge that someone has enjoyed something I’ve created is the ultimate dream come true.

    • Thank you for giving me pleasure to read the book and to feel myself in different places in different times with all kind of people!
      Hope that “Change of Pace” will be on Amazon in July. Best to you!

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