Today I am sharing with you five of my favorite autographed books!
Book 1: The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom – As you know I’m a big Mitch Albom fan, and have read almost every single one of his books. I picked this one up recently at a book sale I attended with River City Reading, and was so surprised when I got home and found it signed!
Book 2: Point of View on Dying and Living by Debbie Berkelhammer – Long story short, my sister met Debbie on a flight to DC, got a copy of her book, read it, and passed it along to me. I met Debbie at the Kensington Day of the Book Festival, where I found out just how amazing she actually is. POV is about her battle with a disease that gave her 3 months to live. . . and she beat it.
Book 3: The Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis – Meeting Ayana Mathis was fabulous because she just seemed so down to Earth! She chatted about her book, answered questions, autographed books, and even let me grab a picture with her! Not to mention, I just loved this book (and so did Oprah!).
Book 4: The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult – This book is classic JP, with the twists and turns you expect. Jodi was a fabulous speaker, and took the time to autograph books personally and allow pictures with her. The Storyteller is a book that focuses on forgiveness and tragedy, and I just loved it.
Book 5: American Grown by Michelle Obama – Thanks to Politics & Prose in DC, I have my own signed copy of Am Grown. And not only was it great to meet Mrs. Obama and shake her hand, but her book is fabulous. It’s filled with gorgeous photographs, tales of gardens across America, including the White House gardens, and some of her favorite recipes!
If you watch the video. . . I might have thrown in a surprise #6 book. . .
So now it’s your turn!
Tell me what your favorite book that you have autographed is! And if you don’t have any, well, which book would you love to get signed?