How My Book Club Became My Dog’s Muse

Junior meets his muse. Photo Credit:The Daily Junior
Junior meets his muse.
Photo Credit:The Daily Junior

Book clubs can change lives, at least they changed Junior’s, here at The Daily Junior.

In Jill’s post on The Dallas News Richardson Inśiders Blog , she writes about her recovery as a “book club drop out” and how her book clubs inspire her .

She writes “Reading is one is my greatest loves, , but it is a solitary activity. When I talk about books in my book club ,I learn about myself , what I believe,what I like and  don’t like,  and I find new ways to look at things.”

Yes, it’s true, books can change lives.

Junior  began his writing career shortly after Jill read The Art of  Racing in the Rain which is narrated by Enzo, a dog. Junior discovered a dog could speak in many voices. He has been letting us know what he thinks ever since.

You can read  about Jill’s book club drop out recovery and how Junior found his muse in her latest post on the Dallas News Richardson Insiders Blog.

http://richardsoninsidersblog.dallasnews.com/2015/03/book-clubs-as-community-what-are-we-reading-now-richardson.html/

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