Friday Favorites: Favorite Books That Define You

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Hello, fellow bookworms!

Today’s post is a tag that was created by Something of the Book and she has a whole list of Friday Favorites to follow. They are awesome and it is a fun way to find new books with a twist and see how others have answered it!

I have thought long and hard about this one. Honestly, I don’t really find myself reading books that end up defining me because I read Fantasy. I know there are people that do and have found books that have changed their lives. That is awesome! Sadly, it’s just not the case for me.

I did manage to come up with one. So, here it is:

The Bible

I grew up in a Christian home and so this book has been with me my whole life. To some, it is a work of fiction and to others, like me, it is Non-Fiction and one of the most important books out there. It has helped me through some tough times and  continues to be uplifting.

I tend to keep my religious views out of my blogging life because I am just writing reviews but because of this prompt I thought I’d share it.

What is a book that you find has defined you? Let me know in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: Favorite Books That Define You

    1. Thank you! It’s very hard to open up about religion and I was little hesitant to post this one. I don’t think I have ever read it in its entirety but it is one thing I would like to do.

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  1. I love your answer Joanna! You know, when I see this type of prompt asking about books that define me and books that have changed my life, I always find that I draw an embarrassing blank because for the most part, I’ve read to escape and… I guess I never really took the time to look deeper into books and their messages. Which left me feeling pretty shallow 😅But what you wrote really resonated with me so it’s nice to know I’m not alone in this feeling! Lol

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    1. Thank you! Your comment means a lot. I feel the same when it comes to reading, especially since I tend to a lot of Fantasy. It is an escape. I was hesitant to write this post today and almost decided to skip it.

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