I’ve been an Ann Patchett fan since I read Bel Canto years ago and have read nearly everything she’s written–fiction … Continue reading Book Report: A happy marriage between fact and fiction, between work and life
Having just finished This Tender Land with its compelling, at times breathless, life-and-death narrative, reading Anne Tyler’s Redhead by the … Continue reading Book Report: His error was expecting perfection
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
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?
Having just spent time in China while reading The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane with its themes of family ties … Continue reading Book Report: Why people leave
“Dialogue pitch perfect. Characters and family dynamics so well portrayed. Anyone can relate.” Continue reading Snippets of seven reviews for my book, US, NOW AND THEN
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane Lisa See has done it again. I’ve enjoyed all her books, but this one … Continue reading Book Report: No coincidence, no story
Knitting Yarns: Writers on Knitting Edited by Ann Hood I picked up this little book because some of my favorite … Continue reading Book Report: Knitting Lessons
Born a Crime had been on my TBR pile for a long time. But when I finally started reading it, … Continue reading Book Report: The power of language
Finished this sweet book while on the road so posting from my Kindle and Goodreads. Check out this book on … Continue reading Book Report: Can confessions among friends go too far?