Brenda at Coffee, Tea, Books and Me had this post up a while back. It's certainly no secret that I love to read so I quickly made my list...it just took me several months to finish it up and get it posted!
Kate Di Camillo The book The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is one of my all-time favorite books.
Sue Monk Kidd We think so much alike spiritually.
Philip Gulley He says what I believe far better than I can say it.
Scott Russell Sanders He writes quite a bit about place, one of my favorite topics.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh Gift From the Sea is such a classic
Mary Oliver Readable poetry. I struggle with poetry, too much hidden meaning. Oliver somehow takes the sublime and makes it accessible.
Anne D. LeClaire Her book on silence is inspirational to me.
Gladys Taber Lovely nature writing. I long to live the lifestyle Taber lived.
Wendy M. Wright A mother writing on contemplative living. I can relate.
Elizabeth Andrew I love her book On The Threshold. More writing about place.
Joan Anderson She makes me think.
Maeve Binchy I'm crazy for English fiction.
Anne Lamott Funny, irreverent, insightful.
James Herriot Simple, lovable stories about animals and the vet that cared for them.
Katrina Kenison Mother. Again, I can relate.