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“We are authors from across the globe, writing fiction with a foreign flair, for His glory!”
It struck me the other day that I’ve been a member of our international tribe for eighteen months now but really don’t know anyone very well. So I thought I’d start what might become an occasional series of posts (which anyone may initiate) where some questions are proposed and we share our responses in the comments below.
I thought I’d start with a topic that’s probably very dear to all of us: what books we read.
Seven questions. There are no rules so responses can be as short or long as each chooses. Don't need to answer all questions. Additional questions can be proposed.
1. Favourite book as a child: Wind in the Willows by Graham Greene
2. Author that takes up most shelf space: Clive Cussler (53)
3. Authors that are compulsory reads (sample if too many to mention): Cussler, Daniel Silva, Matthew Reilly, Ted Dekker, Frank Peretti, Jim Rubart, Erin Healy, John Eldredge
4. Ratio of fiction to non-fiction: 40:60
5. Best book you’ve read in 2014: Stranger Things by Erin Healy
6. Currently reading: Spirit Bridge (Jim Rubart), Extreme Prayer (Greg Pruett)
7. Next book in the TBR pile: Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
I do hope you’ll join in.
Ian Acheson is an author and strategy consultant based in Northern Sydney. Ian's first novel of speculative fiction, Angelguard, is now available in the US, UK, Canada and Australia. You can find more about Angelguard at Ian's website, on his author Facebook page and Twitter