Book Review
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Anna Solomon grew up in Gloucester, Massachusetts at the end of a long dirt driveway in the middle of the woods. Below her house was a large field with a few pear trees in it which always seemed to … more
Summer’s here with flowers, sun and long days for lazy afternoons of reading before a later dinner hour. Here are some ideas for those lazy days at the beach or lake or a quick break in the … more
"Two Souls Indivisible: The Friendship That Saved Two POWs in Vietnam"by James S. Hirsch Two Souls Indivisible is the harrowing story of two POWs, Porter Halyburton, a white Naval lieutenant (and … more
credit the author photo to Rob Arnold.Author Jennifer Haigh Drills into the Hydro-Fracking Controversy in Heat and LightBy Laura LaTourMore than most places, Pennsylvania is what lies beneath. This … more
A Fireproof Home for the Brideby Amy Scheibe Set in the Midwest in the 1950's, "A Fireproof Home for the Bride" is a story of 18 year-old Emmaline Nelson, the eldest child of a Lutheran farming … more
As spring approaches, I always find less time for reading. Spring cleaning and garden chores take up lots of time. Here are a few new selections I enjoyed in recent months. And, once things calm … more
The weather felt like the last week of March instead of mid-February. Quite a shock after the below 0° temps of Valentine’s weekend. In between perusing seed and plant catalogs and dreaming of flowers, it’s been prime reading weather. … more
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