I was one of the lucky winners of a copy of local author, Jacci Turner’s latest book, Tree Singer. Entering … Continue reading Book Report: A heroine whose super-power is listening
“We expect our happiness to come with a sign and bells, but it doesn’t. I loved you and you didn’t know. I loved you and that was enough.” Continue reading What Queenie didn’t tell Harold
“Sometimes two strangers only need one thing in common to find each other sympathetic.” Continue reading Aren’t we all anxious people?
“The best arguments in the world won’t change a person’s mind. The only thing that can do that is a good story.” Continue reading Book Report: For the love of trees
“…one of the reasons for writing was to poke fun at the reigning glumness in here.” Continue reading Bedtime Book Report: Quarantine Edition
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is my hero. And if you’ve seen me in the… Continue reading We’ve all come a long way, thanks to Justice Ginsburg
While there is much loss, much sadness in Ordinary Grace, it is ultimately a hopeful story. Continue reading The unexpected miracle of another day
“Lot of stories. Sad thing when stories die for the lack of listenin’ ears.” Continue reading Finding ourselves in lost stories
“I did not hesitate to be disagreeable to preserve my independence.” Continue reading Talk about a rebellious teenager!
After months of sheltering in place, I found myself more distractible than I like. You too? Reading my normal fare—historical … Continue reading Three books that helped me escape