Sticky Note

I'm on a blogging break, but will be checking in from time to time. Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Saturday Christian Fiction Carnival ~ Memorable Character

Today's question for the Saturday Christian Fiction Carnival is:

There are many outstanding characters in the books we read but often there's that one special character we remember for a long time. Sometimes it's because we relate to them, or maybe we were going through something similar to what they experienced. Or maybe they are just the sort of person we wish we were. Who is the most memorable character in Christian fiction for you and why?

Considering I've only started reading Christian fiction this past year, my pool to draw from is somewhat limited. There are a few characters I've really liked, but I'll say the one I connected with most is Elle from Love Starts With Elle by Rachel Hauck. I won't go into great detail but I'll just say that I could relate with her dilemma and I know how hard it is to see, rather heed, the flags.

Be sure to check out other memorable characters over at the Saturday Christian Fiction Carnival!


  1. I stopped reading Christian fiction for a while. I found it extremely unrealistic and boring.

  2. I haven't read Elle yet. I gave an answer here:

  3. This is a great way to discover new authors and new books! Welcome!


  4. That is so funny -- I almost put Caroline from Rachel Hauck's Sweet Caroline on my list! I loved Elle as well :-)

  5. I stopped reading Christian fiction for a while because it all seemed the same - I'm glad to be jumping back in now because I'm seeing some great new authors that aren't following the same old format!

    Here's mine:
    Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads in Seattle

    :) Wendi

  6. Hey, Thanks for loving Elle so much! I'm very honored.

    Happy reading everyone!


  7. Hey Sunny! Just stopping by to let you know that you've won my giveaway! Check your email :)

  8. This book is on my TBR list. Congrats on your giveaway win!

  9. I have only been reading mostly Christian fiction for just a couple of years so I know what you mean about bein limited to your choices. I have't read the Elle book.