I’ll have to admit, I don’t like to cry. I don’t even like depressing songs. Instead I prefer things that are upbeat. For example, here are some of the lyrics to a song that helped me get through my teen years:
Most of all you can funk. Help me find the funk….
I think I found the funk!
["Flash Light" was written by Ronald R. Brooks, Gregory E. Jacobs, David R. Elliot, Bernard Worrell, William Earl Collins, and George Clinton Jr..]
Not that I can’t get serious. But I still like that fun song even today.
So now it’s your turn, if you like to cry while reading. What have been your favorite tearjerker books? I’ll give you a clue. Steve Laube told me that the marketing people at Bethany Publishing House wanted to mail a box of tissues with every copy of Deborah Raney’s A Vow to Cherish when it was first published.
So, what is your favorite tearjerker novel?
Oh, and if you want to cheer up, here’s the link to that song “Flash Light” by Parliament: