Send Me Your Book Stories: Guest Posts Welcome

I’m surprised at how often I’ve read or heard, “This book changed my life,” and “This book saved my life,” since I began writing this blog.

If you have a Books Can Save a Life story, please consider guest posting it here. I’d like to create a virtual scrapbook of stories so we can share our reading journeys and find that next special book to read.

What do I mean by a Books Can Save a Life story? I mean any book that made your life better in a significant way, helped you through a tough time, or guided you through a major life change. Any book that occupies a sacred space in your memory or is intrinsic to your identity.

It could be a picture book, a novel, a memoir, a poem or a book of poems, a biography, a graphic novel, a collection of short stories. Any genre, or no genre at all,  from any time of your life.

On my About Valorie page, I mention a few books that made a difference in my life. Books that helped shape who I am and influenced my path in life. I’ll be writing about other reading moments in future posts.

If you’d like to share a story, send an email to valoriegracehallinan@gmail.com with the subject line: My Book Story. Please include a post of about 500 words or less in the body of the email or an idea/book you’re interested in writing about.

If you’d like, include a short bio and a link to your website or blog, if you have one.

If you prefer to remain anonymous, that’s fine. (Of course, you can always post anonymously in the comments.)

Please keep it simple. I’m looking for a personal experience of value to others that’s honest and from the heart.

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