Happy (belated) New Year, everyone! Things have been super-busy on the editing and writing fronts since 2020 began, so I haven’t had an opportunity to post anything sooner. But I do hope your year has gotten off to a fantastic start, and I wish you the best in your creative pursuits, health, and happiness.
Now, guess what else I have for you today? My latest DIY MFA post! This time, I share five recommendations for books that are great examples of the theme of man and the natural world. And some of my picks might surprise you. I wanted to include a variety of genres and different kinds of stories. As a result, this list includes a classic tale involving a garden, an out-of-this-world example from science fiction, and a memoir featuring the most lovable owl you’ll ever read about. 😉
Check out my recommendations today at “Additional Reading on the Theme of Man and the Natural World.”
What are some of your favorite stories that touch on the theme of man and the natural world? Share your recommendations in the comments below or at DIY MFA.
4 thoughts on “New DIY MFA Post – and Happy (Belated) New Year!”
Happy new year, Sara! Hope your 2020 is off to a fantastic start as well!
Happy New Year!! 😀
The year has been busy for me too but good so far. Hope it’s great for you too.
And great post there.
Happy New Year! Sounds like you’ve been happily busy😁
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