What Does Alison Palmer Like to Read?

Alison Palmer, up until recently a blogger in Health for Families.com, is also a published author. She wrote the popular “Sharing Through Song” series, and you can read my recent review here.

I asked Alison what she likes to read, and she provided me with a really nice, juicy list.

Alison’s favorite children and young adult books are:

Artemis Fowl” by Eoin Colfer

Confessions of Super Mom” by Melanie Lynne Hauser

Dealing with Dragons” by Patricia C. Wrede

Deliver Us From Normal” by Kate Klise

Dragon Song” by Anne McCaffrey

Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie” by Jordan Sonnenblick

Ella Enchanted” by Carson Levine (see review here)

Fame, Glory and Other Things on My To-Do List” by Janette Rallison

The First Part Last” by Angela Johnson

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” by J. K. Rowling (see review here)

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” by C. S. Lewis (read review here)

Pyromancer” by Don Callander

Rules” by Cynthia Lord

Surviving the Applewhites” by Stephanie S. Tolan

Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer

Each of these are national releases.

Alison also enjoys reading LDS fiction. Here are some of her favorites:

By Morning Light” by Rachel Ann Nunes (see my interview with Rachel here)

Charly” by Jack Weyland (see my review on Jack Weyland here)

The First Year” by Crystal Liechty (see Crystal’s favorites list here)

House of Secrets” by Jeffery S. Savage (see my review here)

Make Me a Memory” by Tamra Norton (see my review here, and my interview here)

My Mom’s a Mortician” by Patricia Wiles

My Not So Fairy Tale Life” by Julie Wright

On Second Thought” by Robison Wells (see my interview with Robison here)

Out of the Shadows…Into the Light” by Candace E. Salima (see my review here, and interview here)

Stone Tables” by Orson Scott Card

The Ten-Cow Wives Club” by Joni Hilton

This Just In” by Kerry Blair (see my review here)

Unsung Lullaby” by Josi S. Kilpack (see my review here, and my interview with Josi here)

And there you have it – a great list of fiction, recommended by an author who is also a voracious reader. You’d better get busy – this list might take you a little while!

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