Hi Nola, I too love books written the first person. My very first 'first person' book was 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. I've read it three times. Back then in high school I didn't really have a clear idea of what 'first person' was ... and I guess I didn't really care. I just loved a good read. These days it is more meaningful, and I realise that I have indeed read a lot of books from the first person perspective. Probably my favourite (at the moment) is 'The Fault in Our Stars' by John Green. I love reading your posts, as they are so informative. I read them over and over, hoping that one day, all this wonderful information will sink deeply into my stubborn brain ;-)
Hi Jo'Anne - 'To Kill a Mockingbird' is one of my all-time favourite books too. I love the fact that it's not only in first person, but also from the perspective of a child, so we see things quite differently. I haven't read 'The Fault in Our Stars' yet. Is it very sad? I was thinking it might be one I'd have to be in the mood for, but I may be wrong.
And thanks for your kind words about my blog. Now the pressure's on to make sure they stay informative - LOL And I need to practise what I preach and apply what I'm telling everyone else :) I really appreciate your comment.