Cliare’s connection to Libby had been formed in the primordial mud pie of early childhood. Continue reading Read the first chapter here for free!
I belong to a book club with good friends I’ve known for years. When my book launched earlier this year–during … Continue reading I have a few questions…
“…one of the reasons for writing was to poke fun at the reigning glumness in here.” Continue reading Bedtime Book Report: Quarantine Edition
If this sounds familiar, you’re right. I published it back in May, but thought I’d re-post today. Libby’s story of how she spent the morning of September 11 is very nearly my story. Again, writing what I know. Continue reading Friday Field Trip: City Cafe’ & Bakery
“Lot of stories. Sad thing when stories die for the lack of listenin’ ears.” Continue reading Book Report: Finding ourselves in lost stories
First, let me say how much I learned while reading The Island of Sea Women. I knew nothing of Jeju … Continue reading Book Report: Forgiving the unforgivable
Our motto: We read. We eat. We talk about reading and eating. Continue reading Book clubs, now and then
Odie is a twelve-year-old storyteller and orphan looking for a home. As the reminiscent and therefore omniscient narrator of This … Continue reading Book Report: Looking for a home
If you’ve ever traveled U.S. Route 395 along the Eastern Sierra, you know that there are some great little towns … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Bridgeport, California
Nine Perfect Strangers Confession: I’m a huge fan of Liane Moriarty’s work and have read almost everything she’s written. Her … Continue reading Book Report: What’s up with Masha?