Category Archives: Book Reviews

Gold Medalist – Townie by Andre Dubus III

There is violence in our world. For some of us, we can turn a blind eye and pretend it isn’t there. But that does not mean it is gone. Violence has been around since Cain and Able, is still around, … Continue reading

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Wkly Brief – August’s Reading Round Up

Summer was made for lemonade, soft breezes, and early morning misty fogs. Everything is in bloom: flowers, friendships; even my writing. This summer, I am grateful for you, the people who take time to read my blog. You have journeyed … Continue reading

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Wkly Brief: The Color of Maeve

At a picnic for published, and soon-to-be-published, and want-to-be-published writers, we were discussing the books on our shelves that had advanced our creative journeys. Like most New England writers, Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style is within easy reach, … Continue reading

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Wkly Brief – July’s Reading Round-up

As usual, once a month I update my web site with Book Reviews, new Twitter Authors, and other little tidbits.  The books I read in June were entertaining, interesting and worth reading more than once. To start with, please check out … Continue reading

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Reading Round-up

My sincere apologies to After’s Kristin Waterfield Duisberg. I had planned to read After, but was sidetracked by Philomena: A Mother, Her Son and a Fifty-Year Search by Martin Sixsmith (see June’s Book Review).  And let me say, it was not a … Continue reading

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