Monthly Archives: January 2015

On Parson’s Creek by Richard Sutton, YA for adults, too

Jack Taylor’s family moves often, and Jack has learned how to acclimate quickly, but he’s a city kid, and this new home, a cabin in the woods outside an isolated Oregon logging town, is different. Not much logging goes on … Continue reading

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Maybe a Writer’s Biggest Sin

I love New York, have lived in Manhattan and would happily live there again. I’m literate enough to stagger through paragraph-length sentences with multiple clauses set off by commas, needed or not. I should have liked The Emperor’s Children by … Continue reading

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Apple Tree Yard, a page turner to begin the New Year

2014 brought stunning changes, and 2015 may well be over before I’ve come to terms with everything, but reading is a constant in my life, and Apple Tree Yard was an engrossing novel that carried me away. Have you ever … Continue reading

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