I am a reader. Not just a casual reader. A voracious reader.
As such, I am constantly searching for the next great read.
Now, before you go making suggestions, there's something you should know.
I read G, with the occasional foray into PG, books only.
No graphic scenes.
You get the picture.
Sadly, this limits the selection.
So yesterday on my way home from work, I stopped by the book exchange and picked up a few quick reads from the Love Inspired line.
I was pleased to find Crescent City Courtship by Elizabeth White to be an execellent story with fully developed characters and story lines.
When I finished the book, I read the author's notes. (I don't always do so, which should be indicative of how much I enjoyed this.)
What did I discover? That this story was written as White's thesis for her Master's in Creative Writing.
That brings a whole new perspective to writing a thesis for the intent of publication.